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.
|April 25, 2019||"How Your Apps are Opening You Up to Cyberattacks" a lunch and learn with Ash Padwal, Chief Risk Officer of Allied Telesis - San José, CA|
|April 2, 2019 to April 7, 2019||
ABC's of Bike Safety Maintenance - San José, CA
In partnership with California's Community Cycles, elementary school sudents were taught the basics of bike mechanics and repair.
|March 16, 2019||
Grant Writing with James Griffith of the Governor's Office of Emergency Services - San Jose State University: Clark 202
MPAs and MSTMs joined us as James Griffith, MPA of the Governor's Office of Emergency Services taught a Grant Writing Workshop for the MPA program. Admission was free for MPA and MSTM students at San Jose State University. Attendees who completed the day received a certificate of attendance for 4 contact hours of instruction for their training record provided by the Mineta Tranportation Institute, where James is a Research Assistant.
|February 2, 2019||
Santa Clara County Women's Leadership Policy Summit - San José, CA
"A gathering of women and allies for a day of education, engagement and empowerment."
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|January 13, 2019 to January 17, 2019||
98th Transportation Research Board Meeting - Washington, DC
Transportation for a Smart, Sustainable, and Equitable Future.
Research Associates with the Mineta Transportation Institute presented at this annual conference at the Washington Convention Center. The meeting program covered all transportation modes, with more than 5,000 presentations in nearly 800 sessions and workshops, addressing topics of interest to policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions. A number of sessions and workshops focused on the spotlight theme for the 2019 meeting: Transportation for a Smart, Sustainable, and Equitable Future.
|January 12, 2019||
MTI Board of Trustees Meeting - Washington, DC
Led by Chair Grace Crunican, General Manager of Bay Area Rapit Transit (BART), the board held its Winter meeting to discuss the success of the previous year and desired growth for the next.
|December 13, 2018||
VivaCalleSJ: Showcase of Student Learning - San José, CA
SJSU students, faculty, and San José Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services (PRNS) gathered to illustrate how data collected from the assessent of VivaCalleSJ 2018 is being used to provide new insights into the evaluation content and process. the data demonstrated how City and University collaboration helped build community and social capital in San José as well as enhanced student learning.
|November 7, 2018||
MTI's Sips with Scholars presents: Dr. Richard Willson - San José, CA
With access to affordable housing of critical concern for the Bay Area, Dr. richard Wilson posed the question of how parking reform plays a role in that crisis.
Check out the presentation slides.
|November 7, 2018||
MTI Visiting Scholar Presents: Dr. Richard Willson - San José, CA
This workshop was a participant driven, interactive opportunity to launch a planning and/or engineering career.Through the concepts of A Guide to the Idealist: Launching Your Planning Career, participants idnetified their strengths and weakensses, their desired career plan, and how to work effectively in a team environment.
Check out Dr. Willson's career workshop presentation.
|October 24, 2018||
MTI Visiting Scholar Presents: Dr. Martin Wachs - San José, CA
For more than a hundred years Californians have weighed in on transportation policy decisions, especially transportation funding through the electoral process. Reliance for transportation revenue on citizen voting to tax themselves has recently peaked and other states are emulating the way we do things.The talk described research finding on the outcomes and implications of ballot box transportation funding and policymaking in California.
Missed it? We've got the video here for you!
Need a closer look?Check out Dr. Wach's PPT presentation here.