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AZTech Remembers Dr. Mary Kihl…

A moment of silence was observed at the November meetings of the AZTech Executive Committee, the AZTech Operations Committee, and the AZTech ATIS Working group in memory of Dr. Mary Kihl who passed away on October 16, 2007. Mary was a Professor of Transportation Planning, in the College of Architecture & Environmental Design, School of Planning at Arizona State University (ASU).  Mary had been an active AZTech participant on behalf of ASU on the AZTech Executive Committee and the AZTech ATIS (Advanced Traveler Information Systems) Working Group. Despite her numerous academic and research commitments to ASU she would always make herself available for the AZTech meetings. In addition to her passion for teaching, she was passionate about ITS and very committed to the cause of elderly mobility and safety through ITS technologies.

Notable amongst her innumerous contributions to ITS are the studies to evaluate and recommend appropriate ATIS systems for the elderly including the website and DMS messaging. She significantly contributed in architecting the AZTech ATIS plan and more recently was one of the key members of the Arizona E-VII initiative. As a regular participant of the AZTech Executive Committee and the AZTech ATIS Working Group, Mary would very aptly and eloquently present ideas and concepts to advance the AZTech vision and mission and champion the role of academia in improving mobility and safety.

Mary was an exceptional individual and will be greatly missed both personally and professionally by her AZTech family.

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Arizona Department of Transportation Arizona State University City of Avondale City of Chandler Federal Highway Administration Town of Gilbert City of Glendale City of Goodyear Maricopa Association of Governments Maricopa County City of Mesa Town of Paradise Valley
Paradise Valley Police Department City of Peoria City of Phoenix Phoenix Public Transit Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Town of Queen Creek RPTA City of Scottsdale City of Surprise City of Tempe University of Arizona Valley Metro

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Kimley-Horn & Associates, Inc. Metro Networks OZ Engineering PBS & J TANN (Travel Advisory News Network) Mobility Technologies/Traffic Pulse Networks Total Traffic Network Clear Channel TeleAtlas ICX