CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) invites you to submit abstracts for presentations during technical sessions at the ITE Northeastern District Annual Conference, to be held in Burlington, Vermont on May 10th-12th, 2023. The conference is an opportunity for you to connect with peers, other transportation professionals, and students from across New York, New England and New Jersey, and to share your knowledge on a transportation project, technology and/or solution.

Deadline for Submissions: January 13th, 2023

Abstract Submission here


Specific Topics of interest include the following:

WHAT’S NEW IN TRANSPORTATION

  • MUTCD 2023 Updates
  • Trip Generation and traffic Impact Analysis: What’s New?
  • Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Impacts
  • Workforce Development Challenges & Solutions
  • Project Delivery Innovation

INNOVATIVE DESIGNS

  • COVID-19 Transportation Impacts and Innovations
  • Innovative Intersection Designs – Roundabouts and More
  • Curbside Management: Achieving Equilibrium at the Curb
  • Signs and Markings: Innovations that Work
  • Mobility as a Service / Mobility on Demand – Services, Tools, Strategies

MULTIMODAL AND HEALTHY INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Complete Streets: Creating Street Networks that Work for All Users
  • Creating Healthy, Smart Multimodal Corridors Through Transportation
  • Accessible Street Design: Accommodating Persons with Disabilities
  • Recreational Use Bike / Trail Paths
  • Rural Traffic Calming

APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGY

  • Data Driven Decision-Making and Evaluation
  • Successfully Deploying and Maintaining ITS Technology for All Users
  • Communications Technologies to Support ITS in Rural and Small Communities
  • Designing for Connected and Automated Vehicles

EQUITY IN TRANSPORTATION

  • Developing and Sustaining a Skilled and Diverse Transportation Workforce
  • Sustainable, Equitable, and Transparent Transportation Planning
  • How Do We Achieve Equity in Transportation?

PRIORITIZING SAFETY

  • Implementing Vision Zero Programs in Transportation Agencies
  • Using the Safe System Approach to Improve Safety for All Users
  • Managing Speeds on Urban and Suburban Streets
  • Traffic Signal Operations: Balancing Safety and Mobility
  • Improving Safety at Railroad Grade Crossings
  • Setting Rural Speed Limits

Questions:

General questions about the submission process or the meeting?

Email: Mike Knodler, mknodler@umass.edu