Forth’s Roadmap Conference will be hosted in a robust virtual format in June 2021, and registration is now open! Book now at the early-adopter rate through March 31 to reserve your spot in the leading electric, shared, and smart mobility conference in the United States.
The Roadmap team is already planning an exceptional virtual Roadmap Conference to share leading-edge insights and case studies from around the world. With so many can’t-miss program submissions, we have expanded Roadmap 2021 to three days! Join us from June 14-16 to help create the Roadmap for a clean, efficient, accessible transportation future for all.
Accelerated and widespread electric, smart, and shared mobility adoption requires a diverse and supportive “ecosystem” of industry and community leaders – from utilities and local governments; to vehicle OEMs, charging providers, and technology startups; to public interest groups and drivers. The annual Roadmap Conference brings all of these stakeholders together in a highly interactive format to explore emerging trends, share best practices and lessons learned, and build the road ahead.
Why attend Roadmap 2021? Learn about the Roadmap experience here.
Forth chose a highly interactive and dynamic all-virtual format this year to ensure safety, decrease barriers to participation, and ensure people can make solid plans to attend.
The Conference Committee is meeting weekly until the Fall Conference.
Committee purpose: To organize and manage bus roadeo at fall conference
Contact Olivia Hook at Olivia@oktransit.org for information on how to join a committee.
Click here to register for the webinar
CTAA’s annual Small Urban Network (SUN) Conference – now heading into its seventh year – allows chief executives and leaders at small-urban transit agencies a chance to gather with their peers to network, share ideas and solutions and shape CTAA policy strategy impacting small urban systems in a collegial, retreat-like setting. Past SUN Conference attendees have noted they enjoy this event in particular due to its focused agenda and because nearly all its participants are their fellow transit managers and executives. After our past SUN Conferences in Denver, Asheville, Flagstaff, and Athens, Missoula now continues our trend of bringing this event to small cities, where attendees can experience the examples and ideas of their peers in action.