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The Louisiana Transportation Conference is held on a biennial basis to foster a better relationship and understanding among DOTD, FHWA, and the transportation industry by providing for interchange between the public and private sectors relative to transportation policy, practice and problems.

January 9-12,  Louisiana Transportation Conference, Baton Rouge, LA


The TRB Annual Meeting covers all transportation modes, with more than 4,000 presentations in nearly 650 sessions and workshops addressing topics of interest to all attendees – policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions.

January 23-27, TRB , Washington, DC


The OGRA & the ROMA combined their respective conferences in 2000. Since then the conference has become one of the largest municipal conferences in Canada, attracting over 1,500 delegates and more than, 2,300 participants. 

February 27-March 2, 2011 ROMA/OGRA Combined Conference, Toronto, ON


The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials advocates transportation-related policies and provides technical services to support states in their efforts to efficiently and safetly move people and goods. 

March 2-4, AASHTO Washington Briefing, Washington, DC 


The 7th Annual Roads Summit is Australia's pre-eminent roads industry forum which focuses on key issues surrounding the planning, financing, construction, and maintenance of Australian roads. 

March 9-10, 7th Annual Roads Summit, Brisbane, Australia


The 6th Australian Road Engineering & Maintenance Conference 2011 has been designed to alert local government road engineers, councillors, managers, as well as consultants, contractors and suppliers about the most important new developments and issues in roads and their environs. 

March 16-17, 6th Australian Road Engineering & Maintenance Conference 2011, Melbourne, Australia


The annual GIS for Transportation Symposium is a chance for persons in government and private industry who are interested in the use of GIS for transportation purposes to get together and share experiences, see state-of-the-art software, and learn more about this field.

March 28-30, 2011 GIS-T Symposium, Hershey, PA


The PIARC International Seminar on Road Asset Management has as its goal to identify and review methods aiming at coordinated management of all road assets, taking into account expectations of various stakeholders.

April 4-6, PIARC International Seminar on Road Asset Management, Swakopmund, Namibia


The Enterprise Asset Management Conference is a great opportunity to learn about advances and best practices related to municipal Enterprise Asset Management and AGL/Cartegraph products.

April 5-7, AGL Enterprise Asset Management Conference, Niagara Falls, ON


Getting to know your colleagues is one of the prime reasons for attending the NACE conference. Throughout the conference, attendees have many opportunities to meet road and bridge professionals and their counterparts to exchange ideas.

April 17-21, NACE Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN


The Spring Meeting agenda was full of great sessions with time set aside to mix and exchange ideas during evening functions.

May 2-6, 2011 AASHTO Spring Meeting, Las Vegas, NV 


2011 SEPPP Annual Meeting. The SEPPP is currently composed of State DOT's form the southeastern U.S. and representatives from the private and academic sectors.

May 4-7, 2011 SEPPP Annual Meeting, Oklahoma City, OK


The 3rd International Road Surface Friction Conference will focus on the importance of internal and external partnerships in effectively managing skid resistance at a road network level, as well as more traditional issues associated with the collection of data and the specification of materials. 

May 15-18, 3rd International Road Surface Friction Conference, Queensland, Australia


2011 Mid-America Conference and Exhibition Show. This exposition brings public works administration and operations personnel, design and construction professionals, and vendors of equipment, supplies and services to the public works industry together to think, build, and share. 

May 18-20, 2011 Mid-America Conference and Exhibit Show, Overland Park, KC


The mission of NASTO is to advance transportation policies and practices beneficial to the Northeast Region of the United States and the Eastern Provinces of Canada, and to the United States and Canada as a whole.

June 5-7, NASTO 2011 Conference, Groton, CT

 

ORS is hosting the largest Annual Municipal Trade Show of its kind in Ontario, drawing more than 2000 participants and 200 exhibitors of public works products and services.

June 8-9, AORS Municipal Trade Show, Kitchener, ON

 

The ESRI International User Conference is an opportunity to explore the power of geospatial technology and join a thriving community of GIS professionals.

July 11-15, ESRI International User Conference, San Diego, CA

 

The Traffic Records Forum brings together professionals from many disciplines for the open exchange of research, innovation and techniques in the collection and use of traffic safety data.    

July 31 - August 3, 37th International Forum on Traffic Records & Highway Information Systems, Charlotte, NC


IRF 3rd Annual Executive Seminar:"Preserving Our Highway Infrastructure Assets." This seminar will look to build upon the success of the seminars held in 2009 and 2010. 

August 3-5, IRF 3rd Annual Executive Seminar:"Preserving Our Highway Infrastructure Assets," Orlando, FL


The IPWEA International Public Works Conference. IPWEA is a professional organization providing member services and advocacy to those involved in and delivering public work and engineering service to the community. 

August 21-24, The IPWEA International Public Works Conference, Canberra, Australia


The TAC Annual Conference & Expo provides attendees an opportunity to share problems and solutions with peers who face similar issues.    

September 11-14, TAC's 2011 Annual Conference & Exhibition, Edmonton, AB


The APWA Congress and Exposition unites industry professionals for four days of extensive educational programming, workshops, an enormous exposition floor and ample networking events.

September 18-21, APWA 2011 Congress & Expo, Denver, CO


This event invites professionals of roads and transportation to present and discuss presentations between country members that are looking forward to identify, develop and share responsible solutions for today’s problems.

September 26-30, PIARC - World Road Association - XXIV World Road Congress, Mexico City, Mexico 


The RPUG conference is a forum for the exchange of ideas between end users, data collectors, vendors, construction engineers, design engineers, consultants and researchers.

September 27-29 – Annual RPUG Meeting, Stateline, NV


The RMWPPP has been established between state and local agencies from the Rocky Mountain West Region, as well as private industry, academia, consultants, and the FHWA.

October 4-6 - The Rocky Mountain Pavement Preservation Partnership Conference, Reno, NV


The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials advocates transportation-related policies and provides technical services to support states in their efforts to efficiently and safely move people and goods.

October 13-17, 2011 AASHTO Annual Meeting, Detroit, MI 


The NW Pavement Management Association seeks to provide a common forum for the open exchange of ideas related to pavement management systems.

October 18-21,  NWPMA 2011 Conference, Portland, OR


The Midwestern Pavement Preservation Partnership is comprised of State and Provincial Departments of Transportation from the U.S., Canada, and representatives from private industry.

October 25-27, Midwestern Pavement Preservation Partnership Conference, Bismark, ND


The NEPPP is currently composed of State DOTs from the northeast U.S. and representatives from the private sector and Canadian Provinces. 

November 7-9, Northeastern Pavement Preservation Partnership Conference, Location TBD


The main scope of the conference is to discuss and learn the practical and technical knowledge developed in the last few years in managing pavement assets. To reach this objective the conference provides an opportunity to share experiences of researchers, academics and professionals from public and private organizations, who are interested in themes related to managing pavement assets.

November 15-19,  ICMPA 2011, Santiago, Chile