Upcoming Events and Opportunities

This page features a selection of upcoming active transportation events, webinars, conferences, workshops, and funding opportunities throughout California and beyond. For previous events, please refer to the CATSIP calendar.

Do you have an event that might be of interest to add to our list? We want to hear from you! Please visit our Submit an Event page for more details.


From Confrontation to Partnership: City Regulation of Micromobility

Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) 
November 15, 2019 | 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Register

It has been more than two years since shared scooters first appeared in Santa Monica, California and more than four years since the first dockless bikeshare bikes appeared in China. As shared micromobility has experimented in its deployment and operations across the globe, cities have also been experimenting with ways to regulate and manage this phenomenon in a way that best achieves public outcomes. But how do we best protect individual rights' while still protecting the right-of-way?

This seminar will discuss experiences from cities with micromobility programs and considerations for agency staff and elected officials when launching and overseeing a program, including: data sharing and privacy, goal setting, approval approach, equity targets, caps, fees, safety, and approaches for minimizing negative impacts.

Multi-Disciplinary Speed Management 

National Center for Rural Road Safety
November 19, 2019 | 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Register

This webinar will stress the importance of targeted traffic enforcement of speeders and feature speed management techniques and resources from a multi-disciplinary panel of speakers including the Governors Highway Safety Association, the Law Enforcement Liaison Program, Institute of Transportation Engineers, and the Vision Zero Network.

They Didn't Give Up at the Intersection

National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO)
November 19, 2019 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM | Register 

Join NACTO's upcoming webinar to hear from staff in Memphis and New York City who have designed innovative intersections that make their streets safer and more welcoming for bicyclists of all ages and abilities. There will also be an introduction of Don't Give Up at the Intersection, NACTO's guidance for designing intersections that increase road safety, improve legibility for traffic operations, and--crucially--stitch together gaps in bike networks caused by uncontrolled crossings.

Smart Columbus Program: Safety Management Plan  

Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)
November 19, 2019 | 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Register 

Through the USDOT's Smart City Challenge, in 2016, the Department selected Columbus, Ohio, to define what it means to be a "smart city" and serve as a model for other cities wishing to fully integrate innovative technologies--such as automated vehicles, connected vehicles, and applications--into the transportation network. The goal of the Smart Columbus program is to connect people by creating opportunity for city residents to better access jobs and services while improving the overall safety and efficiency of the city's transportation network. The Smart Columbus program is comprised of nine individual projects covering three themes--enabling technologies, emerging technologies, and enhanced human services.

Beyond the Physical: Mental and Social Benefits of Walkable Communities

America Walks
November 20, 2019 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM | Register 

Walking and walkability are not only good for our bodies, but they're also good for our minds and interpersonal relationships. Learn about the myriad of benefits of walking that extend beyond our individual physical health. This webinar is intended for those who are familiar with topics and issues related to walking and walkability. 

Aging in Place - Designing Communities to Support Mobility 

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals 
November 20, 2019 | 12:00 PM- 1:00 PM | Register

One of the greatest challenges for maintaining the health and independence of our aging population is designing communities that provide accessible connections to support the changing mobility needs of our elders. Designing communities with the senior in mind can provide improved opportunities for healthy transportation while preserving independence and dignity for people who wish to age in place. What’s more, communities that work for our eldest populations benefit users of all abilities.

Building Healthy Communities Through Seattle's Growth Policy

Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) 
November 22, 2019 | 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Register

Seattle is experiencing transformational changes with record-breaking population growth among large scale urban renewal and redevelopment. These changes are occurring in a constrained transportation system that is being reconfigured to meet the mobility needs of vibrant and thriving community. In this Friday Transportation Seminar, learn about the policies that provide the roadmap for managing City’s growth, plans that guide where transportation investments are made, and how Seattle will reach the safety goals of Vision Zero. This seminar is available to watch online.

Road Safety in Low- and Middle-Income Countries 

Transportation Research Board (TRB)
November 25, 2019 | 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM | Register

Road safety professionals are invited to a TRB webinar on Monday, November 25, 2019, from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM ET. The webinar will provide an overview of the safe system approach for road design by addressing road user needs, especially for vulnerable users. Crashes on roadways are a leading cause of death and injuries globally. While many higher income countries have made significant steps towards improved safety performance outcomes, lower- and middle-income countries have not been as successful. The webinar will discuss the updates to the Word Road Association (PIARC) road safety manual, describe national road strategies, and identify limitations on the road. The presenters will also draw on their international expertise to discuss how these topics may lead to a safer road system.


Safe Routes to School National Conference 

Safe Routes to School National Partnership 
November 10-13, 2019 | Tampa, Florida | Register

The 2019 Safe Routes to School National Conference will be held at the Hilton Tampa Downtown from November 12-14, 2019. Be sure to save the date for this fabulous opportunity to join hundreds of active transportation and public health advocates and practitioners from across the country for valuable networking, sharing best practices, and exploring one of Florida’s most vibrant and active cities.

Conference on Health and Active Transportation 

Transportation Research Board 
December 11-12, 2019 | Washington D.C. | Register

This conference will explore opportunities in quantifying the health effects of transportation policies, infrastructure, and travel behavior. It will also raise awareness for the need to integrate health and health equity into transportation planning across all levels. 


Seamless Data: Let's Stop Talking About Transportation Data Like It's New

Metropolitan Transportation Commission/ITS America
November 15, 2019 | San Francisco, CA | 8:15 AM - 3:30 PM 

For decades transportation agencies and their partners have used data to better move people and goods, whether on our highways or around our cities, by car, transit or freight. Join key public and private sector leaders to discuss what has fostered excellent data sharing and use, as well as current local, state or federal policies driving data programs today. Featuring keynote speaker Therese McMillan, Executive Director of MTC, these interactive sessions will discuss lessons learned by the public and private sector as we prepare for the new scale of data sharing, access and utilization through mobility on demand services, connected and automated vehicles. More details.

Caltrans North Region Active Transportation Non-Infrastructure Workshops 

California Transporation Commission 
December 11, 2019  8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, December 11, 2019 to learn about Non-Infrastructure (NI) funding that is available through the Active Transportation Program (ATP). Caltrans will be hosting workshops highlighting examples of successful NI programs in the North Region, and provide information on the upcoming call for applications for the ATP Cycle 5. Workshop details can be found on the Caltrans Division of Local Assistance Blog.


  • Caltrans District 1 Office: 1656 Union Street, Room 6, Eureka, CA (webcast)
  • Caltrans District 2 Office: 1657 Riverside Drive, Redding, CA, E. Command Center (webcast)
  • Caltrans District 3 Office: 703 B Street, Marysville, CA (live)

Registration Details:
Registration is free for the workshops, but seating will be limited. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to the contacts below:

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CATSIP Event Policy

These events are not organized, sponsored or officially supported by the California Active Transportation Safety Information Pages (CATSIP) team or by the Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC). They have been gathered to share with the CATSIP community as a resource for promoting active transportation and do not represent an endorsement of any group, organization, or perspective.