The 2017 Dr. J. Don Brock TransOvation™ Workshop
and Northeastern Regional Meeting
“Exploring the Future of Urban Mobility & Smart Cities”
November 8 – 9
The 7th Annual Dr. J. Don Brock “TransOvation™ Workshop” provides a unique learning and collaboration forum for industry professionals to assess the impacts of rapidly-changing technologies on transportation design and construction projects.
At the direction from ARTBA’s next generation of association volunteer leaders, we are featuring innovative content and increased networking opportunities by combining this year’s TransOvation™ with ARTBA’s Northeastern Regional Meeting. Not only will attendees be able participate in a game-changing workshop, they will also hear key state & federal government affairs updates that will impact transportation design & construction. Overall, this year’s event will give you a bigger bang for your buck.
By attending this year’s new program, you will:
- Participate in an interactive workshop setting with some of the brightest minds in transportation construction and business who will challenge you to think outside the box.
- Hear from innovators who will outline their vision for what the future U.S. city might look like and explore how sensors, data and new technologies are changing re-development.
- Acquire real-world practical ideas and information that you can apply when you return to the office.
- Continue to recieve key regional content, including federal transportation policy and regulatory updates, regional and state construction market condition reports, and intelligence about project opportunities.
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