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The table below provides information on upcoming events, activities, and webinars related to transportation planning. Click on a column header to sort by event date, organization, event name, or location.

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Sep 22 - 26, 2019  Caltrans  Road Ecology Center’s International Conference on Ecology and Transportation  - The tenth biennial ICOET conference is hosted by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and California Department of Fish and Wildlife with support from FHWA. ICOET is an interdisciplinary, inter-agency supported conference addressing the broad range of ecological issues related to transportation systems in all modes.The conference is organized by the Road Ecology Center (UC Davis), with assistance from the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies and the National Center for Sustainable Transportation at UC Davis.  Event  Sacramento 
Sep 22 - 26, 2019  TRB  2019 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET)  - TRB is cosponsoring the 2019 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation on September 22-26, 2019 in Sacramento, California. The conference is designed to explore the broad range of ecological issues related to transportation systems in the areas of development, policy, and administration as a means to help enhance project development processes and the ecological sustainability of transportation systems. Registration is now open.   Event  Sacramento 
Sep 26, 2019  FHWA  FHWA Webinar: Extending Our Reach Public Involvement Tools- Story Maps and Virtual Meetings  - Public involvement tools and practices have expanded and shifted dramatically over the past decade due to changes in communications, technology, and lifestyles. As transportation professionals, we can no longer expect the public to come to us, but need to reach them in their everyday lives—online, at home, and in chosen gathering spaces. To help practitioners navigate this changing environment, FHWA is developing a series of short videos highlighting innovative and proven public involvement techniques for today’s transportation plans and projects. This is the third in a series of four webinars featuring these techniques. This webinar will feature speakers from agencies featured in videos 7-9, which cover Story Maps, Online in the Field, and Virtual Meetings. 
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Oct 2, 2019  National Center for Safe Routes to School  Walk to School Day 2019  - The National Center for Safe Routes to School, with support from PBIC, has announced the official date for Walk to School Day as October 2, 2019. While October 2 is this year’s official date, communities are welcome to celebrate any day in October. More than 5,600 communities across the U.S. registered for Walk to School Day in 2018.  
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Oct 7 - 10, 2019    20th International Conference on Walking and Liveable Communities  - The City of Rotterdam is hosting the 20th International Conference on Walking and Liveable Communities in partnership with Walk21. Over the last ten years the City has transformed the centre into a City Lounge - encouraging people to meet, stay and enjoy Rotterdam - by reallocating road and parking space, slowing traffic speeds and investing in quality public space at an impressive scale. The results are transformative, and have delivered measurable increases in footfall, dwell time, happiness and health.  
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Event  Rotterdam, Netherlands 
Oct 10 - 11, 2019  Transportation Alternatives  Vision Zero Cities: Safe Streets Save Lives  - On October 10 and 11, Transportation Alternatives will bring together leading industry and policy experts, advocates, and elected officials for the fifth annual Vision Zero Cities Conference, taking place at Columbia University’s Alfred Lerner Hall. 
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Event  New York 
Oct 17, 2019  TRB  TRB Webinar: Understanding and Using Census Data for Tribal Transportation Programs  - his webinar will provide information about accurately counting tribal communities in the American Community Survey and the 2020 census. The American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) census has a significant role in several federal fund distribution formulas, including the Tribal Transportation Program (TTP) administered by the Federal Highway Administration and Bureau of Indian Affairs. The TTP's reliance on an Indian Housing Block Grant regulation for determining AI/AN population for each federally recognized tribe has seen fluctuations based on 2016 rule changes. The United States is also actively preparing for the 2020 census. 
For more information contact Reggie Gillum at
Oct 21 - 25, 2019  AMPO  Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations’ Annual Conference  - The 2019 AMPO Annual Conference will bring together MPO staff, Policy Board members, federal and state employees, and consultants to share information and best practices on a variety of current and emerging MPO issues.  Event  Baltimore, Maryland 
Nov 6 - 7, 2019  Nevada DOT  Nevada DOT's 2019 Bicycle and Pedestrian Summit  - The purpose of this summit is to take a closer look at the importance of education and outreach strategies; better understand planning, engineering, construction, maintenance, mobility, safety and sustainability as they relate to non-drivers; explore innovative technology and emerging trends in non-motorized accommodation; and showcase new trends in adventure-tourism, trail system development, and community-based activism. 
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Event  Stateline 
Nov 12 - 14, 2019  Safe Routes Partnership  Safe Routes to School National Conference  - This conference brings together hundreds of active transportation and public health advocates and practitioners from across the country to exchange ideas and share knowledge.   Event  Tampa 
Nov 12 - 15, 2019  TRB  Transportation Resilience 2019: An International Conference on Natural Hazards and Extreme Weather Events  - The conference will provide transportation professionals with information on emerging best practices and state of the art research results on how to adapt surface transportation networks to the potential impacts of natural disasters and extreme weather events. Sessions will examine efforts to integrate resilience in all aspects of the transportation sector, including planning and programming, capital improvements, and operations and maintenance.   Event  Washington 
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