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Using video analytics to improve transportation safety

Join Transportation for America, City of Bellevue, and the City of Edmonton on Friday, October 23 from 1:30 - 2:30 pm ET to hear how the cities have used video analytics to improve transportation safety in their communities. Franz Loewenherz from the City of Bellevue will share how the city is leveraging traffic conflict analytics ... Read more

Driving Down Emissions: Transportation, land use, and climate change

With transportation accounting for the largest share of carbon emissions in the U.S., we will never achieve ambitious climate targets or create more livable and equitable communities if we don’t find ways to allow people to get around outside of a car—or provide more housing in places where that’s already an option. Our new report, ... Read more

TransportationCamp DC 2021 (Virtual)

Virtual Event

Each year, TransportationCamp DC brings together a sell-out crowd of up to 500 thinkers and doers in the fields of transportation and technology. It’s not your traditional conference. In addition to talks and presentations from big names in the field, the heart of TransportationCamp is sessions and activities led by attendees themselves. Held on the ... Read more

Webinar: Undoing the Damage of Urban Freeways

Virtual Event

Undoing the Damage of Urban Freeways is a two-part panel event examining the lasting impact of urban freeways and how our next infrastructure investments must be different than the ways we've invested in the past. Join the event to hear from leading experts in the field. More information.