The California State University Transportation Consortium organizes or participates in numerous transportation-related events each year. These include summits, regional forums, industry conferences, or special events and broadcasts. You can find leading transportation experts at all of these events, making them an excellent resource not only for professional and research insights, but also for networking.
|December 2, 2022||
ARTBA's 12th Annual Student Transportation Industry Video Contest
The Student Video Contest is aimed at helping students gain a better understanding of the importance of transportation infrastructure investment to the U.S. economy and quality of life, and to learn more about the industry and potential transportation construction career opportunities.
ARTBA’s Research & Education Division sponsors the competition, which is divided into two age groups:
Winners are selected in each age group. First prize in each category is $500 and second place in each category is $250.
Videos should be no longer than 2 ½ minutes and feature audio.
Deadline to submit Friday, December 2, 2022
|December 6, 2022||
Addressing Freight Emissions in San José: Seven Objectives to Reduce GHGs - Online
1:30-2:00p.m. (PT) | Link to register.
Freight represents about 30% of transportation climate-damaging greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the United States, but many local climate action plans and freight plans put little emphasis on freight emissions reduction strategies. Routes to Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Freight Transportation in the City of San José presents strategies for the City of San José to reduce GHG emissions from freight. While this study focused on GHG emissions from freight in a single city, the lessons gleaned from this case can be applied broadly to other cities and regions. Communities seeking to meaningfully reduce GHG emissions must focus on emissions from freight as a major contributor. By managing freight demand, utilizing low emissions modes, focusing on the last mile, and other critical objectives, we can reduce the negative impacts transportation emissions have on human and environmental health.
*0.5 AICP credit available