Come join us at transportation industry events around the world!

We create the connections that get people and goods from here to there—whether by car, bus, train, plane, or their own two feet. From major expressway and rural roadway projects to bridge rehabilitations, transit systems, and airport design, our focus is always on providing solutions that respect the local environment.

Our Transportation experts regularly share their expertise at conferences around the world. Here is a list of upcoming speaking engagements. Check back regularly for updates! 

 

SEPTEMBER 2018

Autonomous Vehicle Policy Conference; Los Angeles, CA

September 12th @ 9:40am: "The Big Picture" - Rod Schebesch

 

Walk Bike Places; New Orleans, LA

September 17th @ 4:30pm – 5:30pm: “Building relationships for inclusive mobility and placemaking in Boston” - Nels Nelson & Panel

September 17th @ 5:30pm – 6:30pm: “Implementation of Road Diets and Safety Performance” - Stephen Mensah

September 17th @ 5:30pm – 6:30pm: “Connecting the Riverfront - Convention Center Boulevard Linear Park” - Joey Lefante

September 18th @ 4:30pm – 5:30pm: “From suburban thoroughfare to urban main street: Incremental urban mobility in Charlotte's South End” - Craig Lewis & the City of Charlotte

 

New Hampshire Public Works Association, 2018 Technical Meeting; Derryfield, NH

On September 18th, Ralph DeNisco will discuss how shared and connected autonomous vehicles look increasingly likely to revolutionize our cities and their downtowns.

 

TREC The Real Estate Council, Bank of Texas Speaker Series; Dallas, TX

September 19th: The Future of Transportation (including hyperloop, drone use, and driverless cars) – Rod Schebesch & Panel

 

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