Transportation Webinars

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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 five University Transportation Centers (UTC) of the U.S. Department of Transportation. All of our webinars are provided to the public for free, and they are recorded and archived on our site for anyone to access.

Upcoming Webinars

Topic Time and Date Speaker Cost Credit
Webinar: Contextual Guidance at Intersections for Protected Bicycle Lanes 10 am Tuesday, July 09 Chris Monsere and Nathan McNeil, Portland State University Free PDH: 1 | AICP: 1
Webinar: Aging in Place: Improving Mobility for Older Adults 10 am Wednesday, July 24 Alan DeLaTorre, Portland State University; Ivis Garcia Zambrana and Ja Young Kim, University of Utah Free PDH: 1 | AICP: 1

Recent Webinars

Topic Date Speaker Archive
Webinar: Engaging Youth to Choose Car-Free Mobility May 22, 2019 Autumn Shafer, University of Oregon
TREC / Forth Partner Webinar: E-Bikes for Everyone: Electrifying Communities in New Ways Mar 21, 2019 John MacArthur, TREC; Sergio Lopez, Forth
Webinar: Rethinking Streets for Bikes: An Evidence Based Guide of Bike-Friendly Street Retrofits Feb 27, 2019 Marc Schlossberg, University of Oregon; Roger Lindgren, Oregon Tech
Webinar: Modeling Freeway Traffic in a Mixed Environment: Connected and Human-Driven Vehicles Jan 24, 2019 Xianfeng (Terry) Yang, University of Utah
Online Info Session: PSU Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) Dec 13, 2018 Greg Schrock and Marisa Zapata, Portland State University