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2019 Innovation Conference

2019 Innovation Conference

UPDATE March 11, 2020: The Transportation Innovation Conference will not be occurring as scheduled, given the nature of COVID-19 in the Commonwealth. 

The MassDOT 2020 Transportation Innovation Conference is scheduled as follows:

Worcester: DCU Center, Tuesday-Wednesday, April 7-8.

Learn about innovative transportation topics including: climate change and resiliency, mobility, congestion, mode choice and multi-modal transportation, project delivery and construction techniques, safety, accessibility, and transformational technology and services.

The first floor will feature a replica of the Worcester Kelley Square Improvement Project.

The event is open to all transportation practitioners from federal, state, and local transportation agencies, Metropolitan Planning Organizations, transit agencies, academia, and private industry.

Check the conference website for details and registration.

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