Randy McCourt has been actively involved in transportation engineering and planning as a Principal of DKS Associates for more than 40 years. He has helped advance key transportation projects in the west including the Embarcadero Freeway replacement; Alaskan Way Viaduct Partnership; light rail projects in Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Sacramento, Dallas, and San Diego; and active traffic management technology on I-5, I-90, SR 520, OR 217, and I-80. Randy helped manage one of the first Transportation System Plans in Oregon that addressed all modes of travel that was approved at local, regional, and state levels. He is a graduate of Oregon State University (civil engineering) and the University of California, Berkeley (transportation engineering). Randy has been engaged with ITE his entire career, having served at all levels including technical committees, councils, Sections (San Francisco Bay Area, Oregon), Western District, International Board, and now as a member of the International Executive Committee. Randy has authored numerous ITE publications and papers including Parking Generation, and chapters of the Traffic Engineering Handbook and Traffic Control Devices Handbook. He has been involved with the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices since 2007 and has chaired and participated in several task force activities in several areas, including dynamic message signs, LED, BRT, parking signs, site roadways open to public travel, and most recently, the speed limit task force. In January 2020, Randy retired from DKS Associates to devote his attention to being ITE International President.