Transportation Seminars at PSU
Transportation Seminars at Portland State University have been a tradition since 2000. Formerly known as the "Friday Transportation Seminar" series, we've opened up the schedule to accommodate more audiences post-pandemic and the seminars are no longer held exclusively on Fridays. With over 450 seminars presented and recorded, we host both visiting and local scholars to share the latest in research, technology, and implementation in transportation. This seminar series is supported by PSU's Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, with funding from the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC) program.
WHO CAN ATTEND: This series is free and open to the public
WHERE: Online or in person at PSU's Vanport Building (Room 269) 1810 SW 5th Ave Portland, OR 97201
WATCH ONLINE: Watch online via the registration link on each seminar page
HOW DO I HEAR ABOUT THEM? To get notifications of upcoming seminars and webinars, sign up for our monthly TREC at Portland State newsletter.
Upcoming Transportation Seminars
|PSU Transportation Seminar: Transforming Commercial Arterials into Bicycle Highways: Using Count Data||Feb 09, 2023||Nicholas Smith, Eco-Counter||PDH: 1 | AICP: 1|
|PSU Transportation Seminar: Transportation Safety Culture: Where we are and what it means||Feb 16, 2023||Tara Goddard, Texas A&M||PDH: 1 | AICP: 1|
Recent Transportation Seminars
|Friday Transportation Seminar: The Next Wave of Abolishing Parking Mandates||Dec 02, 2022||Catie Gould and Jeannette Lee, Sightline Institute|
|Friday Transportation Seminar: Moving From Probabilistic to Time-Based On-Time Performance||Nov 18, 2022||Miles Crumley, TriMet|
|Friday Transportation Seminar: System-level Risk Management of Transportation Structures and Networks||Nov 04, 2022||David Yang, PSU|
|Friday Transportation Seminar: Freight Moves the Oregon Economy||Oct 28, 2022||Becky Knudson, ODOT|
|Friday Transportation Seminar: How COVID-19 Changed Our Cities: Evidence from a Multi-Wave National Survey||Oct 21, 2022||Deborah Salon, Arizona State University|