Interstate Transit Research Symposium, December 2-4, 2020

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The symposium included well-known experts in the field of transit research such as Susan Shaheen (UC Berkeley), Paul Skoutelas (APTA), and Martin Wachs (UCLA).

The University of Florida Transportation Institute, in collaboration with the California Department of Transportation, and the T-SCORE University Transportation Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology, hosted the Interstate Transit Research Symposium, which was a free, online event that brought together transit experts to discuss the latest in public transportation research in the United States. This virtual event featured talks and panels about important transit-related topics such as transit finance, racial justice, mobility and modality, technology and zero-emission vehicles in transit, and COVID-19. Speakers and panelists included well-known experts such as Susan Shaheen from the University of California Berkeley (UC Berkeley), Paul Skoutelas from the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), Martin Wachs from the University of California Los Angeles, (UCLA).

YouTube recordings and PDFs of presentations [click here]

Speaker Biographies: click here.

Presentation Abstracts: click here.

For AICP Certification Maintenance Credits, click here.

Professional Development Hours for PEs available (Please fill out the online form for the days you attended this event.)

Event Schedule: (Download PDF)

Contact Information:

Chad Riding
Strategic Management Branch
Caltrans Division of Rail and Mass Transportation

Dr. Lily Elefteriadou
Professor & Director
University of Florida Transportation Institute