Join Us In Austin, Texas
Come to Austin, Texas July 21-24, 2019 for the National Rural ITS program as part of the ITE International and Texas District Annual Meeting and Exhibit that will provide participants a one-stop resource focusing on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) implementation in local communities and the opportunity to hear new and thoughtful perspectives from a wide variety of ITS topics. ITS improves transportation safety and mobility and enhances productivity by integrating advanced communication technologies into vehicles and infrastructure. In addition to traditional ITS topics of interest to transportation professionals, this event will bring together both traditional and non-traditional users to address such issues affecting rural and small communities including:
- Big Data – How Do Communities of All Sizes Use and Benefit?
- Building Effective Pedestrian and Bicycle Networks
- Communicating the Benefits of Transportation Technology Investments
- Complete Streets – Designing for All Users
- Designing for Connected and Automated Vehicles
- Developing a Transportation Workforce for the 21st Century
- Intersection Design and Signal Timing: Balancing Safety and Mobility
- Linking Transportation and Health
- Making Progress Toward Vision Zero Today
- Managing Speeds Through Better Design
- Railroad Grade Crossings – Safe as They Can Be?
- Rural and Small Community Traffic Management Technology
- Rural ITS Weather Applications
- Rural Traffic Incident and Emergency Response Technologies and Strategies
- Signs and Markings – Innovations That Work
- Smart Communities = Technology + People
- Trip and Parking Generation Applications – What’s New
- Using Technology to Manage Freight – From Urban Cores to Rural Corridors
- Using Transportation Technology to Support Tourism and Special Events
This conference accommodates a multitude of learning styles all designed to enhance and enrich your experience. The many different training and networking opportunities available through this event will provide participants with the tools necessary to effectively plan and deploy ITS technologies within their own jurisdictions.