Join us on November 4, 2021, for this year’s CTS Transportation Research Conference, which is moving entirely online because of the recent increase in COVID-19 cases. We’ll miss the chance to see our stakeholders in person, but the health and safety of our attendees, speakers, and staff is our top priority.
Using a virtual platform, the full-day conference will convene researchers and practitioners to explore the latest innovations in transportation research, implementation efforts, and engagement activities.
- An opening keynote presentation by Jonathan Foley, executive director of Project Drawdown, focused on the intersection of transportation, sustainability, and climate change. A panel discussion will follow the presentation.
- An afternoon keynote presentation by Andrew Wishnia, deputy assistant secretary for climate policy in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy at the US Department of Transportation.
- A variety of concurrent sessions on topics including health and equity in transportation, lessons learned from COVID-19, CAVs, safety, electrification, shared mobility, transit impacts, and more.
The cost to attend is $75, which includes access to recordings of all conference sessions after the event.
More information and registration is available on the conference web page.