2017 ITE International Vice President Candidate


I am a devoted transportation professional with over 25 years of experience and passionate about ITE.
I have served ITE at the Section, District, and International levels. My involvement includes recently completing a three year term on the International Board of Direction. Further, I give back to the engineering community as an adjunct professor at the University of Regina.

I intend to build upon the hard work and initiatives already started, and continue to develop ITE as a leading organization in operating and delivering services to its members. I have the desire to see ITE grow and succeed.

2013-2015 International Board of Direction
Committees Nominating; LeadershipITE; Annual
Meeting; Membership; Transportation
Achievement Awards
2010-2012 District Past President
2008-2010 District President
2006-2008 District Vice President
2004-2006 District Secretary
2001-2003 Saskatchewan Section Executive
Committees 2015 District Conference Liason
2005 District Conference Chair
2014: ENG 821 (MBA Course): Law for Practicing Engineers - teaching public-private partnership (P3) procurement model
2006-2012: Eng 401: Engineering Law and Professionalism - teaching engineering ethics and professional obligations
2012: Leadership Development, York University, Toronto
2010: Associate Value Specialist, SAVE International, Toronto
2010: Associate Value Specialist, SAVE International, Toronto
2002: PTOE, Transportation Certification Board, Institute of Transportation Engineers, Calgary
1988: B.A.Sc. Civil Engineering, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

Learn more about my contributions to ITE and career history.


I will focus on the following 5 areas as ITE International VP:

Communication – we need to reflect how members like to communicate and receive information today. Whether it’s through the ITE Community, social media platforms or cloud-based document sharing, we need to ensure that information is timely, relevant, and readily accessible by our members.

Collaboration – we need to work more closely with other transportation organizations. By sharing knowledge and resources, we can produce technical reference documents faster, at a shared cost, and with full recognition of our members’ contributions.

Knowledge – we also need to streamline the approval and release of technical documents so that valuable resource materials are in our members’ hands quicker.

Growth – we need to grow our membership to remain a healthy, vibrant organization. Key to this growth and our long term stability is developing new student chapters and encouraging highly active sections. We also need to start new sections outside of North America where there is growing interest in ITE membership.

Member development – we need to develop the skills of members, including technical skills, soft skills, and leadership skills. We need well-rounded transportation professionals in our industry; ITE can lead in the growth of our members’ skills.


"Mr. Belmore has provided transportation planning advice that has helped us continue to improve the walking, cycling and transit environment in our city.
I am pleased to offer my support of Mr. Belmore for the Institute of Transportation Engineers International Vice President."

Michael Fougere, Mayor
City of Regina

"Bruce developed a corridor plan with a series of interchanges to resolve safety issues along Highway No. 1 east of Regina…This successful project ultimately laid the groundwork for the reference concept for the $1.88B Regina Bypass P3 project."

Brent L. Miller, PMP, MASc, P. Eng.
Director, Major Projects
Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure

"We have had the pleasure of working with Bruce and his team on the new Mosaic Football Stadium traffic and parking plan. Our goal is to reduce car reliance on event days…We are extremely pleased with our initial results increasing transit use from 14% to 26% for our first test event."

Roberta Engel, CPA, CMA
A/Director, Major Projects
Regina Revitalization Initiative (RRI) Stadium Project

"Bruce is a diligent and focused professional who has worked on some very difficult safety and public consultation issues for our Ministry. He is definitely a trusted partner and an industry leader."

Nithi Govindasamy
Deputy Minister
Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure

"Bruce played an instrumental part in the Value Engineering for the functional design of the Highway 1 and Tower Road systems interchange which is part of the Regina Bypass P3 project."

Brent L. Miller, PMP, MASc, P. Eng.
Director, Major Projects
Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure