One of the ways in which we seek to inform transportation decision making is through the education of current and future transportation professionals. To that end, we host one or more webinars per month, covering a wide range of research topics that serve livable communities:
Bicycles and Pedestrians; Integration of Transportation and Land Use; Electric Vehicles; Environment; Infrastructure; Safety; Intelligent Transportation Systems; Planning and Economics; and Transit
These webinars are supported by a variety of grants and partners, primarily funded by our National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC) - one of seven national University Transportation Centers (UTC) of the U.S. Department of Transportation. All of our webinars are provided to the public for free, and recorded and archived on our site for anyone to access.
To get notifications of upcoming seminars and webinars, sign up for our monthly newsletter here.
|Topic||Time and Date||Speaker||Cost||Credit|
|Webinar: Data-Driven Mobility Strategies for Multimodal Transportation||10 am Wednesday, September 15||Yao-Jan Wu and Abolfazl Karimpour, University of Arizona; Xianfeng (Terry) Yang, University of Utah||Free||PDH: 1 | AICP: 1|
|Webinar: Transportation Barriers and their Impact on Mental Health||10 am Tuesday, October 12||Philip Baiden, University of Texas at Arlington||Free||PDH: 1 | AICP: 1|
|Transportation Data Webinar: A Brief Introduction to Relational Databases & SQL||Jul 21, 2021||Kristin Tufte, Portland State University|
|Webinar: Electric Bus Deployment: Cost and Environmental Equity||Jun 08, 2021||Cathy Liu, University of Utah|
|Webinar: Eliminating Cash Options for Public Transit Fares: Costs, Benefits and Equity Impacts||May 11, 2021||Aaron Golub, Portland State University|
|Webinar: Rethinking Streets During COVID||Apr 06, 2021||Clare Haley, John Larson-Friend, Marc Schlossberg and Aliza Whalen, University of Oregon|
|Webinar: Transit Impacts on Jobs, People and Real Estate||Mar 23, 2021||Arthur C. Nelson, Kristina Currans, and Robert Hibberd; University of Arizona|