The conference will include four (4) plenary sessions and eight (8) concurrent tracks covering thought-provoking sessions on engineering smart mobility for the smart city.
Neil PedersenExecutive Director, Transportation Research Board
Michael O’RiellyCommissioner, Federal Communications Commission
Kristin MusulinSenior Editor, Smart Cities Dive
Sherry LoginManager of Electric Vehicles Programs, Con Edison Company of New York, Inc.
Top Reasons to Attend
- Identify the needs and discover the best practices and lessons learned in engineering smart mobility for the smart city.
- Network with other professionals in the areas of infrastructure planning, design, operation, and management.
- Get up-to-date information about federal and state policies and initiatives that are shaping your profession.
- Earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs).
Who Should Attend
- Transportation and development practitioners and researchers
- Innovators and technology leaders
- Public infrastructure owners
- Government engineers and planners
- Operations managers
- Leading academics and students