This conference will address questions around how policy makers, the private sector, and others can work together to support transportation innovations in ways that promote sustainability and benefit all users of the transportation system particularly in terms of public health, equity, and accessibility. Transportation technologies and new approaches to mobility are advancing so rapidly that it can be difficult for policy makers to frame incentives, regulations, and market signals to promote all three pillars of sustainability: equity, the environment, and the economy.
The International Urban Freight Conference (I-NUF) is the premier biennial conference that addresses all aspects of city logistics and goods movement in the world’s metropolitan areas. The conference brings together researchers and practitioners in urban freight, supply chains, and logistics from around the world.
The National Center for Sustainable Transportation wass proud to sponsor the 2021 World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research! The event was held virtually August 9-11, 2021, hosted by Portland State University in Portland, Oregon, USA.
The Portable Emission Measurement System (PEMS) annual conference gathers leaders and top researchers from industry, government and academia to discuss the application and significance of PEMS in emission and fuels research.
The goal of the symposium was to share and discuss recent advances in life cycle assessment (LCA) for pavement, roadways, and bridges, and review and discuss the current status and future developments, standardization and implementation of pavement, roadway, and bridge LCA.
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Join us for the tenth biennial ICOET conference hosted by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and California Department of Fish and Wildlife, with support from the US DOT Federal Highway Administration.