Skip to content U.S. Department of Transportation/Federal Highway AdministrationU.S. Department of Transportation/Federal Highway Administration

Office of Planning, Environment, & Realty (HEP)
 

Events Guidance Publications Awards Contacts

Calendar

A listing of Planning, Environment, and Realty program meetings, events, and NHI training opportunities.

2015

Date Topic Event Details
August
12 - 14 Livability 16th Biennial FTA State Programs Meeting: Keeping America Moving

No further information is available at this time.

14 Livability America Walks Engage with Local Government: Critical Stakeholders in Your Walkable Community Movement

It takes teamwork to create social change and you need a diverse team with common goals. For walkable community initiatives, the team often starts with advocates for health, advocates for children and people with disabilities, and advocates for social equity.

Details »
September
16 - 18 Climate Change First International Conference on Surface Transportation System Resilience to Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events

The conference will provide transportation professionals with information on emerging best practices and state of the art research results on how to adapt surface transportation networks to the potential impacts of climate change and extreme weather events.

Details »
20 - 23 Livability TRB Environmental Analysis in Transportation Workshop

No further information is available at this time.

20 - 23 Livability TRB Environmental Analysis in Transportation Workshop

No further information is available at this time.

20 - 24 Livability International Conference on Ecology and Transportation

There is a fee

Details »
20 - 23 Livability TRB Environmental Analysis in Transportation Workshop

The workshop theme is "Better Transportation and Environmental Outcomes through Effective Partnerships".

Details »
20 - 24 Livability Internatinoal Conference on Ecology and Transportation

ICOET is the foremost multi-disciplinary, inter-agency supported conference addressing the broad range of ecological issues related to transportation systems.

Details »
25 - 27 Livability Alliance for Biking & Walking 2015 National Open Streets Summit

The 2015 National Open Streets Summit will feature sessions and networking opportunities for both novice and experienced open streets organizers, led by experts from the Open Streets Project, 8-80 Cities, Atlanta Streets Alive, and other local organizers.

Details »
9/28 - 10/1 Livability Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals 2015 Professional Development Seminar

There is a fee

Details »
9/28 - 10/1 Livability Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals 2015 Professional Development Seminar

Join APBP in St. Louis for the 2015 Professional Development Seminar (PDS). This three-day conference is packed with state-of-the-practice information for planners, engineers, landscape architects, public health professionals, advocates, elected officials, and others working to advance active transportation and sustainable, livable communities.

Details »
October
14 , 15 Livability NTI's Environmental Justice Training

The registration process for this course has changed.  Please read all correspondence carefully.

Details »
28 - 30 Livability America Walks 2015 National Walking Summit

Walking can improve our health, reduce our healthcare costs, provide equal transportation access for everyone, clean our environment, improve the economic viability of our downtowns, and more.

Details »

2016

Date Topic Event Details
April
5 - 7 Livability 5th Safe Routes to School National Conference

The conference brings together program representatives, state departments of transportation, planners, elected officials, and community members to provide an opportunity for individuals, agencies, and organizations involved with Safe Routes to School to network, engage in educational opportunities, become inspired, and form partnerships to enhance their Safe Routes to School work.

Details »
Updated: 4/16/2015
HEP Home Planning Environment Real Estate
Federal Highway Administration | 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE | Washington, DC 20590 | 202-366-4000