The Changing Face of Transportation
Happy Memorial Day!
We like to have a great deal of fun in our newsletters and this one is no exception. However, as you are reading this, please take a few minutes to remember what Memorial Day is all about. We are very fortunate to live in such a wonderful country and we owe a great deal of gratitude to those men and women who have served and paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.
This newsletter features:
- KYSITE Golf Outing - Final Reminder
- About Your Newsletter
- More Presentations Added
- Weird Signs
- Article Related to Elderly Articles
- Quick Hits
Be safe, stay cool, and don't forget your sunscreen!
- KYSITE Officers
KYSITE Golf Outing: Final Reminder
Don't miss out!
Sign up for the upcoming golf scramble at Duckers Lake Golf Resort in Frankfort, KY on Wednesday, June 6th at noon. Lunch will be provided in the course pavilion followed by a shotgun start at 1:00 PM.
The cost will be $55 for members and $65 for non-members. A portion of proceeds goes to the scholarship fund. Payment can be made by PayPal or by check. For more details, use this link. Please RSVP ASAP to Stuart Sparks so that we can get teams together and finalize event details. Deadline to RSVP is May 30th.
We're in the Top 10%!!!
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SDITE / GLDITE 2012: Presentations
We have added a few more presentations to our website from the recent District ITE meeting. There are still a few that are missing and we will add them when we get them. Please note that these presentations ultimately will find a final home on the SDITE website once we have time to fully archive the meeting.
Are Elderly Drivers Really Dangerous?
By: Billy Garrison (GRW)
Ezra Hauer, an 80 year old civil engineer, has come to defense of elderly drivers. He claims that if you normalize the driving of elderly vs. middle age the accident rates are not that much different. He makes the claim that the reason for higher fatalities is because older peope are frailer. To read more, click here.