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He is a member of the Association of Environmental Professionals, Institute of Traffic Engineers, American Planning Association, and Urban Land Institute.
The generally conservative Institute of Traffic Engineers endorses these additional lanes of travel, noting that they ".
He has been a member of Institute of Traffic Engineers since 1985 and other national and international professional organizations.
According to a survey conducted by the Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE), 44 percent of the respondents working within local agencies judged their ability to operate and maintain advanced traffic management systems as fair or poor, and 35 percent of those same respondents stated that the lack of qualified technical and maintenance personnel was a severe or major problem.
The 3-lens all-LED signals are the newest product addition for TTI and represent the first time such a signal has met all of the standards set by the Institute of Traffic Engineers.
Additional criteria from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (SHTO), A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets and Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE) Traffic Engineering Handbook may also be applicable.
He is a member of ITS America, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Institute of Traffic Engineers, and the Transportation Research Board.
Griffin is an active member of several professional organizations including the Institute of Traffic Engineers, the International Municipal Signal Association, the Traffic Signal Association and the National Association of Women in Construction.