Friday Transportation Seminars at PSU
Friday Transportation Seminars at Portland State University have been a tradition since 2000. With over 450 seminars presented and recorded (access the archive of seminars here), we host both visiting and local scholars to share the latest in research, technology, and implementation in transportation.
This seminar series is supported by the Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC) through TREC. Periodically we're teaming up with the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) to bring you special "PBOT Editions", merging our seminar series and the long-standing PBOT Lunch & Learn series.
WHEN: 11:30 AM to 1 PM on Fridays (Pacific time)
WHERE: Attend live, in-person at Karl Miller Center at PSU, 615 SW Harrison St., Room 465
WHO CAN ATTEND: This series is free and open to the public!
WATCH ONLINE: Can't join in-person? Watch online via the link on each seminar page
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Upcoming Friday Transportation Seminars
Recent Friday Transportation Seminars
|Friday Transportation Seminar: Challenges and Considerations for Travelers Who Have Visual Impairments: What Can You Do to Support Their Independence?||Jun 28, 2019||L. Penny Rosenblum, Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies, University of Arizona|
|Friday Transportation Seminar: Can Ridehailing Deliver Equity? Lessons for New Mobility Planning||May 31, 2019||Anne Brown, University of Oregon|
|Friday Transportation Seminar (PBOT Edition): Making the Seemingly Impossible Project Real through Local Improvement Districts||May 17, 2019||Andrew H. Aebi, City of Portland|
|Friday Transportation Seminar: How AV Could Shape Our Cities - Research from the Netherlands||May 10, 2019||Dr. Gonçalo Correia, TU Delft University|
|Friday Transportation Seminar: That Bike is Too Heavy: Merging Bicycling Physics, Human Physiology and Travel Behavior||May 03, 2019||Alex Bigazzi, University of British Columbia|