The NITC program aims to build the skills of transportation professionals through activities including workshops, seminars and training sessions. These activities bring the wider community together with the leading transportation researchers and practitioners.
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Upcoming Professional Development Events
|Topic||Time and Date||Speaker||Cost||Credit|
|Webinar: Active Travel Behavior and Spatial-Temporal Land Use Mixing||10 am Saturday, July 01||Steven Gehrke, Portland State University||Free||1|
|Webinar: Bike Share Equity||10 am Tuesday, August 01||Nathan McNeil, Portland State University||Free||1|
|Webinar: The Economic and Environmental Impacts of Smart-Parking Programs||10 am Friday, September 01||Nicole Ngo, University of Oregon||Free||1|
|Webinar: Racial Bias in Driver Yielding Behavior at Crosswalks: Understanding the Effects||10 am Thursday, October 26||Kimberly Kahn, Portland State University||Free||1|
Recent Past Professional Development Events
|Annual Metro Regional Trail Count and Why Local Extrapolation Factors Matter||May 26, 2017||Geoff Gibson, Metro|
|Webinar: Developing Practical Dynamic Evaluation Methods for Transportation Structures||May 25, 2017||C.J. Riley, Oregon Institute of Technology|
|Inequities in Urban Mobility in Portland: Understanding Community Vulnerability and Prospects for Livable Neighborhoods||May 19, 2017||Amy Lubitow, Portland State University|
|Network Congestion Effect of E-Hailing Transportation Services||May 12, 2017||Xuegang (Jeff) Ban, University of Washington|
|Behavior-Based Freight Modeling at Metro||May 05, 2017||Chris Johnson and Bud Reiff, Metro|