January 10, 2014
If you plan to attend TRB this year, please take a look at the list of presentations by grad students and researchers at PacTrans consortium universities and Region 10 agencies.
August 23, 2013
Save the Date: PacTrans is organizing a Region 10 Student Transportation Conference on Saturday, October 19th on the UW campus in Seattle, Washington.
More information: PacTrans-ITE Region 10 2013 Student Conference Flier
Please register online (and choose the student conference) as an option.
*Please note that students attending the Region 10 Student Transportation Conference on Saturday, Oct. 19th at the UW are also welcome to attend the Region 10 Transportation Conference on Friday, Oct. 18th.
Region 10 Transportation Conference on Oct. 18th at the UW: “Transportation Decision Making in the Big Data World”
The PacTrans Region 10 Transportation Conference brings together the Pacific Northwest’s transportation community to network and to share current research results and ideas for future collaboration. This year’s conference focuses on how transportation agencies and companies can improve transportation decision making by using modern technology for less costly data collection, improved methods for data sharing, and better decision support tools.
The conference will start with a dynamic plenary session featuring public and private sector views of the benefits offered by open public databases, along with the lessons learned from agencies’ experiences with open data efforts. A lunchtime poster session will include a presentation of current PacTrans research. Afternoon sessions will focus on the changing educational needs of the transportation workforce and the secrets for moving research into practice, whether starting a company, successfully applying for a patent, or simply incorporating research findings into standard agency practice. For more information, download the flier here.
June 04, 2013
PacTrans is Proud to Sponsor the 2013 Bicycle Urbanism Symposium at the University of Washington June 19-22, 2013
The University of Washington College of Built Environments is hosting the Bicycle Urbanism Symposium, which will bring together practitioners, academics, policy makers and advocates with diverse backgrounds including urban design, planning, transportation, engineering, landscape architecture, and public policy. For more information, please visit http://faculty.washington.edu/abassok/bikeurb/