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" Yes, I’m a highway engineer, but don’t let that scare you. I know that old school highway engineers can largely be blamed for creating roadways with the only purpose of moving vehicular traffic as fast and as efficient as possible with no regard to their setting or other modes of transportation. I like to consider myself a new age highway engineer and prefer to think of myself more of a designer than an engineer. I was heading towards the path of old school highway engineering principles before I started to be influenced by planners and landscape architects, one of which…"

News + Events

  • Find us at the 2020 Georgia Trail Summit!

    Georgia is traversed by a multitude of trails that define communities, connect neighbors and get people outdoors. Yet there is need for so much more. Read More

  • Jessica Roberts to host workshop at Transportation Research Board annual meeting

    The workshop will feature remarks from noted behavioral scientists about current research, and participants will help to develop a behavioral research agenda for the transportation field. Read More

  • Find us at the 2019 SRTS National Conference!

    Join hundreds of active transportation and public health advocates and practitioners from across the country for valuable networking and sharing best practices. Read More

  • Find us at the NACTO Designing Cities Conference!

    The NACTO Designing Cities Conference brings together 900 officials, planners, and practitioners to advance the state of transportation in cities. Read More

  • Deadline Extended! Future of Mobility Workshop Assistance Applications

    This assistance program will provide one regional or local public agency with an in-person workshop facilitated by national New Mobility specialists. Read More

Thought Leadership + Resources

  • Accessibility in Print Guide

    This report seeks to answer the question: How do you design print materials that are accessible and inclusive for the widest possibly array of people? Read More

  • MnDOT Demonstration Project Implementation Guide

    Download this resource to implement short-term, low-cost, temporary roadway projects to promote and advance Safe Routes to School and active transportation initiatives. Read More

  • NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide: Don’t Give Up at the Intersection

    This guidance provides the tools cities need to build comprehensive, connected, safe bike networks. Read More

  • National Center for Mobility Management

    Learn about this approach to designing and delivering transportation services that starts and ends with the customer. Read More

  • TRB Forum on Preparing for Automated Vehicles and Shared Mobility

    Research addressing the opportunities, challenges, complexities and uncertainties of new mobility. Read More