NCSITE is excited to continue our new sponsorship opportunities for 2018 with

Duration1 year1 year3 months
(1 available)
(all available)
(all available)
Annual Meeting SponsorshipDiamondGold (upgradable)--
Mid-Year Meeting Sponsorship$500 credit----
Monthly Meeting Announcement Recognition12 months12 months3 months Home Page Recognition12 months12 months3 months Sponsors page advertisement12 months12 months3 months
NCSITE Weekly email footer recognition12 months12 months3 months
NCSITE Weekly advertisements 442
NCSITE Jobs Board credit$250$150--
ESTIMATED VALUE$3350$2150$400

Upon sponsorship registration, the NCSITE CVC or Operations Chair will contact you to coordinate details.

On behalf of NCSITE’s Board, Meeting Chairs, Operations Committee, and student members, we thank our sponsors for their continued financial support that make our events and scholarships possible!!



DATE: AUG. 21, 2018, 12:00 – 1:00 PM


Local public and private transportation professionals are invited to join NCSITE’s Bicycle & Pedestrian User Group for lunch and a roundtable discussion on Tuesday, August 21st from 12pm – 1pm at TJCOG in Durham.

Fontaine Burrus of the City of Raleigh and Bryan Poole of the City of Durham will present on each city’s unique approach to implementation and permitting of docked and dockless bikeshare systems, followed by a discussion facilitated by BPUG representatives Blythe Carter (ITRE) and Erin Convery (Alta Planning + Design).

Lunch will be provided courtesy of Alta Planning + Design.

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NCSITE, in partnership with the NCDOT Transportation Mobility and Safety Branch, offered eight introductory training classes in 2015 and 2016 for TransModeler and TransModeler SE.  There have been requests for additional training classes in 2018.  Two additional trainings have been scheduled and we have 14 seats available.  This will be the same class that has been taught previously.  We are asking that each firm or municipality limit the number of attendees to two and let us know if you would like additional seats if they are available.

The Training will be for a total of 16 hours and will be held over three days with a half day on Tuesday afternoon, a full day on Wednesday and a half day Thursday morning.  The training will be taught by staff from Mott MacDonald and Patriot Transportation Engineering.  The class will be held at the NCDOT TM&S office in Garner and the cost for the training will be $550.  The training class will include up to 16 attendees, split between NCDOT and non-NCDOT (consultants & municipalities).

In an effort to determine what the likely demand for this training will be, and to determine if any additional classes will be needed, we are asking all those interested in the TransModeler Training to contact prior to August 24, 2018 and let us know which classes you are able to attend and your preference (if any).  Once the demand is known, a determination will be made as to whether or not to hold the training.

The training will be held on:

  • September 25th – 27th (Class will begin at 12:30PM on the 25th and end at Noon on the 27th)
  • October 9th – 11th (Class will begin at 12:30PM on the 9th and end at Noon on the 11th)