2020 Region 10 Transportation Conference

Mobility for a Rapidly Changing Society

Friday, October 16, 2020: Opening Session
Monday - Thursday, October 19 - 22, 2020: Daily Webinars
 

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Welcome

Mike Lowry

Welcome to the 2020 Region 10 Transportation Conference. We are excited for a diverse group of speakers for the 7th annual conference. We are proud to become the premier forum for transportation research in the Pacific Northwest. Each year the conference is hosted in our region to hear from leaders in transportation, showcase innovation in technology and research, provide a means for collaboration, and advance the transportation workforce. Our theme this year is Mobility for a Rapidly Changing Society.

As the Chair of the Planning Committee, I am truly disappointed we are not able to meet as planned in the beautiful Palouse (Pullman, WA and Moscow, ID). The good news is we have a wonderful virtual agenda planned, that we hope will provide a special opportunity for greater reach within and outside our region. Registration for the webinars and access to additional videos will be free this year, so we ask you to pass along the conference website to your colleagues, community leaders, and the general public.

The conference will begin with an opening session on Friday October 16, 2020. We will hear from our keynote speaker, Matt Stoll, Executive Director of COMPASS (the MPO for Boise, ID). This will be followed by a panel of transportation leaders discussing the impacts of COVID-19. The conference will continue with daily webinars Monday, October 19, to Thursday, October 22. We scheduled the sessions to accommodate an interesting and entertaining lunch break. Join us online from wherever you are and stay connected for questions and conversation after each session. We also invite you to explore the “Virtual Poster Session” on the conference website to watch short videos about current research funded by PacTrans and CSET. The website will also provide links to the recorded sessions as the conference proceeds.

We look forward to your participation (and we hope you still visit us in the Palouse someday).

-Mike Lowry, Chair of the Conference Planning Committee