The Mineta Consortium for Transportation Mobility organizes or participates in several transportation-related events each year. These include national 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.
|March 14, 2020||
POSTPONED-SCC Women's Leadership and Policy Summit - San Jose City College, San Jose, CA
In light of recommendations from the Santa Clara County Public Health Department regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the summit was postponed until further notice.
Women from all different backgrounds and walks of life gathered to discuss "What's Next?"
This half-day confrence tackled difficult and important subjects such as:
Get empowered, engaged and take action on issues affecting our communities.
|March 13, 2020||
Cancelled- Visiting Scholar Series: Selika Talkbott, J.D.
In light of recommendations from the Santa Clara County Public Health Department regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the event was cancelled.
|March 12, 2020||
Navajo Tech Makers - Crownpoint, NM
This year’s fair moved into the fifth world of creation, or the glittering world, and feature the work of Native youth throughout the region with the 3rd Annual Innoventure Product Challenge. The Innoventure Product Challenge (see far right) is an annual competition that tasks regional middle and high school students with designing a 3D printed product and developing a business model in introducing it to the public. The competition is expected to provide a glimpse into what making will look like for Navajo people in the future, while providing an outlet for the youth to feature their work.
|March 11, 2020 to March 12, 2020||
POSTPONED: MAAS-A-CON - San Francisco, CA
In light of new recommendations from the Santa Clara County Public Health Department regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the event has been postponed.
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) describes a shift away from personally-owned modes of transportation and towards mobility provided as a shared service. MaaS is quickly gaining momentum around the world, holding the promise of making personal mobility more affordable for families and the communities they live in.
MaaS disrupts and inspires traditional transportation players, private ventures and city officials at the same time. But to ensure MaaS meets its full potential, it must be informed by a variety of views and serve multiple goals.
MaaS-A-Con brings together innovators, practitioners and advocates to experience the technologies and best-practices that can make MaaS a reality in our communities. MTI co-sponsored this inaugural conference in San Francisco, CA.
|March 7, 2020||
CANCELLED-Pathways to Climate Smart Careers - San José, CA
In light of recommendations from the Santa Clara County Public Health Department regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Pathways to Climate Smart Careers event was cancelled.
|March 5, 2020||
Bachrodt Elementary Transportation and University Day
MTI hosted Bachrodt Elementary's second grade class at San Jose State University (SJSU) for a day of transit safety activities and university exploration. The students traveled to SJSU using public transit, where they received a tour of the university campus, Spartan Recreation and Aquatics Center, and the library. In between tours the students partook in a hand-on, STEM activity that taught them the principles of the scientific process.
|February 25, 2020||
Overview of Two New and Growing California Housing Datasets - Online
The purpose of this webinar is to introduce university researchers to two new and growing datasets at the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD). The two datasets that will be covered on the webinar are described below:
• Housing Element Annual Progress Report (APR): Includes information about the entire pipeline of development in each locality (i.e., development applications, approved entitlements, building permits issued and certificates of occupancy). This dataset also includes project identifiers (e.g., APNs, address), projected household income levels that will be served, and number of units in the developments. The presenter will review the new APR form (attached to this email). For more information about the Housing Element APR, please visit the Regional Housing Needs Allocation and Housing Elements webpage and click on the “Annual Progress Reports” located in the middle of the page.
• Housing Element Site Inventory: The HCD is working on a more structured format to collect information from cities and counties. This format will allow cities and counties to consistently report location and projected density of parcels that are included in their Housing Element to accommodate their share of the Regional housing needs allocation.
|February 19, 2020||
Understanding How Women Travel - Martin Luther King Jr. Library
Initiated by Metro’s Women and Girls Governing Council and endorsed by Metro CEO Phil Washington, the “Understanding How Women Travel” study was launched. Over the course of nine months, a comprehensive and creative approach was taken to better understand women’s mobility in LA county; framed by core social justice principles and methods, both traditional and non – traditional data collection methods were used to effectively capture “hard – to – reach” populations and embody the project’s intersectional approach to gender. This innovative study and its findings, have laid the foundation for bridging the gender equity gap for our current and future female riders.
|February 14, 2020||
“Housing Recovery after Disasters” Research Workshop - San José, CA
When a disaster devastates a community, housing is one of the assets that are damaged or destroyed. Dr. Frannie Edwards and her colleagues have researched the impact of the loss of housing and the challenges of restoring housing for the long-term recovery of a community. Using examples from Hurricanes Katrina, Sandy, and Maria and earthquakes in Haiti, Turkey and India, their research demonstrates how communities struggle to recover, and what best practices lead to community long-term recovery. They addressed the issue of living with risk, and the financial options for dealing with it, including insurance, which may be a license to dare.
Presented by the SJSU Lucas College of Business
|February 13, 2020||
Leland Tech Talks - San José, CA
Put together by one of our Mineta Summer Transprotation Institute alumna and her Robotics class/ team, Leland High School puts on a career talk about careers in STEM, featuring Dr. Buford Furman MTI Research Associate and SJSU professor.