Upcoming Webinars

MTI organizes or participates in several transportation-related webinars each year. You can find leading transportation experts at all of these webinars, making them an excellent resource for professional and research insights.

Dates Events
December 9, 2020 Navigating TRB 2021: Getting the Most Out of the Conference  -  Online

5:30 - 6:30 pm | Register to receive link

Join Drs. Asha W. Agrawal and Hilary Nixon–two TRB pros– to get the inside scoop on making the most of your (virtual) TRB experience. All CSU students are welcome to attend this informal informational session.

December 9, 2020 Women Advancing Transportation for Our Future Mobility Needs

1-2pm (CST) | 1 PDH provided | 1 AICP CM credit provided

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/129361308155 

Representation of women in the transportation workforce is stunningly low. What would happen to our mobility with more women driving transportation policies, planning, operations, and maintenance? During TRB's 6th International Conference on Women's Issues on Transportation, panelists discussed best practices for recruitment, support, and advancement of women in the transportation sector. In this webinar, conference speakers will continue their discussion about workforce challenges and overcoming them; approaches to attract, retain and advance women in transportation, and how these leaders see COVID-19 changing the workforce and work environment.

Featuring: 

  • Dr. Hilary Nixon, MTI Deputy Executive Director (moderator)
  • Laurie Berman, Director (retired), California Department of Transportation
  • Flora Castillo, President, Pivot Strategies, LLC
  • Jodi Godfrey, Senior Research Associate, Mobility Policy Research Program & Transit Safety & Workforce Development Programs, Transportation Research, University of South Florida
  • Debra A. Johnson, General Manager/ CEO, Regional Transportation District (Denver)
January 14, 2021 MTI Research Snaps Webinar: Local Policy for Automated Mobility

10- 10:30a.m. (PST) | Register to receive link. 

Autonomous and automated vehicles, which are both electric and shared—promise to reduce reliance on the personally-owned gasoline-powered car and have the potential to make our cities safer, cleaner, more inclusive, and more sustainable. Yet this vision can only be achieved with policy support at the city, state, and federal levels of government. Local policymakers specifically are uniquely positioned to harness these technological innovations.

Join us to learn how curb use and demand management; parking redesign; asset maintenance; right of way standardization; and cyclist and pedestrian-friendly projects can help cities meet emerging transportation demand more efficiently.

Register now!

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