Midyear Meeting

The Midyear Meeting is back and returning to Wilmington!!!


Date:  May 30 – 31, 2019


Join your engineering and planning colleagues as we gather in Eastern North Carolina for two half days of professional development and fellowship.

Attendees are encouraged to bring your families to enjoy Wilmington’s tourist, commercial, and recreational attractions during the conference and the weekend following.


Login to your NCSITE Account before starting your registration

$130 – Government
$145 – Members
$160 – Non-Members
(Not a Member?  Join ITE at a discounted price for your 2019 membership!)



Location: Hotel Ballast Wilmington

This year we are providing two separate booking rates, including a lower rate for government employees. Government employees are required to provide an ID during check-in. You may lose the opportunity to book the hotel with either rate if an ID is not presented. Rates are available until April 28th, 2019.

Government Bookings General Bookings

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2018 RECAP

Thank you to all the members, affiliates and speakers who made the 2018’s Mid-Year Meeting a huge success!

Special thanks to Mid-Year chairs Joshua Reinke and Lauren Triebert and the Transportation Planning Council for their hard work in pulling off the meeting without a hitch.

While we are preparing for an exciting NCSITE Annual Meeting, I thought it would be remiss if I did not provide a recap of a very fun and informative Mid-Year Meeting. This year’s Mid-Year Meeting took place in Asheville from May 31st to June 1st. Unfortunately, the weather did not allow us to kick off the meeting as we had planned with a mobile pedestrian tour of the French Broad Greenway, but we didn’t let this dampen our spirits. The meeting kicked off with an amazing lunchtime presentation on the planning efforts for the eclipse in North Carolina. The agenda was packed full of informative sessions (including Case Studies in Traffic EngineeringPlanning Our Future, and The Future of Transportation) and the social events were packed full of delicious sessions, saisons, and many other beers. Thanks to all those who attended (over 100 of you!) and to the vendors and presenters!

Check out the Facebook album and look for an upcoming summary on the Involver blog.