November 7 , 2019
About the Event
The conference convenes researchers and practitioners from Minnesota and the Upper Midwest to highlight new learning, emerging ideas, and the latest innovations in transportation. Attendees will learn about research findings, implementation efforts, and engagement activities related to a variety of transportation topics.
Cost & Registration
Parking, Transit & Accomodations
Valet parking is available through the Graduate Minneapolis. Parking is also available in the Washington Avenue Ramp (connected via skyway to the second level of the hotel) or the University Avenue Ramp. For driving directions, please visit the hotel website.
The hotel is located approximately one block east of the Green Line's East Bank Station on Washington Avenue. For information about bus routes serving the University of Minnesota's Minneapolis campus, please visit the Metro Transit website.
Conference attendees will be eligible for Professional Development Hours (PDHs) and American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) maintenance credits. A list of sessions approved for AICP credits will be posted here prior to the event.