Whitney Duffy Awarded VASITE Outstanding Individual Activity Award

Whitney Duffy, PE, PTOE, LEED AP, was recently awarded the 2023 Outstanding Individual Activity Award from the Virginia Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (VASITE) at the VASITE Annual Meeting and Technical Conference on June 15. The award is presented each year to one member who has made outstanding contributions to the transportation engineering profession in general and to their Section.   

“I’m so grateful to receive this award from VASITE,” said Whitney. “This organization has been instrumental in my professional career, and I am truly honored to have my efforts and contributions acknowledged by my peers.”  

Involved with VASITE since 2008, Whitney has served on the VASITE Board since 2018 as treasurer, managing and overseeing the organization’s finances, preparing and monitoring the annual budget, and facilitating tax documentation annually. She previously served as the committee chair of the Continuing Education Committee and was the recipient of the 2015 SDITE Young Member Annual Meeting Scholarship.  

Whitney is the Transportation Department Head and primary transportation contact in Clark Nexsen’s Vienna, Virginia office. With over 18 years of experience with transportation planning, traffic engineering, and road development projects, she specializes in traffic signal design, traffic analysis and modeling, traffic impact studies related to various types of development, roundabout analysis and design, roadway design, cost estimates, and technical specifications.  

About the VASITE  

VASITE is a professional society that promotes sound transportation engineering practices in planning, designing, operating, and managing transportation facilities and equipment for the safe, convenient, and efficient movement of people and goods. Made up of engineers, planners, and other transportation professionals working in Virginia, VASITE encourages professional training and development of persons engaged in transportation engineering and continually seeks to increase public awareness and involvement in transportation engineering activities.