The conference will mark the 17th offering of the TRB Transportation Planning Applications Conference, sponsored by the TRB Committee on Planning Applications (ADB50). The conference provides participants with the opportunity to showcase and learn from practitioners and academics on new transportation planning techniques and methods emphasizing practical, innovative, and timely technical and policy approaches to transportation planning. Examples of topics covered in the program include, but are not limited to, the use of activity based models, integration of automation in transportation forecasting models, use of data and communications technology to inform transportation planning and decision making, statewide planning and modeling. Presentations, workshops, discussion sessions and tutorials are all expected to be a part of the 2019 program.
National Transit Institute
The Transit Academy is a comprehensive, behind-the-scenes study of a major transit system. It is designed to provide those new to transit with an in-depth understanding of the scope of responsibilities, variety of skills and range of activities that work together in delivering safe and efficient transit service. The academy is presented using lectures, demonstrations, hands-on activities and facility tours. Key transit agency personnel serve as instructors ready to share their knowledge and experience – you’ll learn from those who do the work. The program covers the broad range of responsibilities and functions found in a major transit system – literally transforming the entire organization into a learning laboratory.
This four and a half day academy program is intended for professionals and decision-makers new to the transit industry and those who can benefit from an in-depth exposure to transit and its people.
• See firsthand what is required to operate a transit agency
• Understand how the many functions winthin an agency work together to deliver transit service
• Participate in briefings and discussions, led by transit leaders, about critical issues affecting transit
• Learn how public policy decisions affect the functioning and needs of a transit agency
• Hands on experience visiting bus, train or light rail operations facilities and control centers
• Touring bus/train/light rail maintenance facilities
• Visit major multimodal interchange points
• Gain First Hand Experience By: Interacting with key agency staff in informal discussions throughout the program
• Riding the transit system to gain valuable insight relating to routes and schedules
ITS America’s 2019 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. will highlight seamless mobility around the movement of people, data and freight. Innovative business models can flourish in the new age of mobility. Be a part of the conversation that will shape an environment for safe deployment of connected and automated mobility.
June Finance & Administration Committee Meeting
Fri, Jun 7, 2019 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM CDT
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ASCE International Conference on Transportation & Development (ICTD 2019) is organized by the Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI) of ASCE to facilitate exchange of information, knowledge, and best practices among transportation and development practitioners and researchers, public infrastructure owners, policymakers, government engineers and planners, operations managers and leading academics from around the world.
With almost 130 years of history behind it, the UITP Global Public Transport Summit proudly remains the world’s biggest event dedicated to sustainable mobility.
Covering all urban and regional transport modes across the globe, the Summit combines a diverse programme of leading Congress sessionsand an outstanding Exhibition full of the latest innovations, solutions and products.
The Congress sessions are an unmissable occasion to debate and explore the strategic vision and business activities of an evolving sector for
- Transport ministers
- Operators, authorities, industry CEOs
- Urban visionaries
- Public transport entrepreneurs
- Operations and network managers
- ITS experts
- Business developers
- Middle managers involved in marketing, finance, IT
This unique event is also designed to provide strategic opportunities to network and develop new partnerships, investments and innovative projects.
This event provides peer-to-peer learning for regional transportation planners, state DOT representatives, and their local and private sector partners working in multiple transportation modes.
The conference provides training and networking opportunities on a variety of rural and small metropolitan transportation topics. With hands-on workshops, best practice panels, and facilitated networking sessions that feature peer trainers and expert speakers, the conference will offer training for organizations and individuals just beginning to work in transportation, as well as those with more experience.
This year, the National Regional Transportation Conference is co-located with the National CEDS Forum (June 18 – 20). Some sessions will be held together. Attendees who work on both transportation and economic development can register for both events, as space permits.