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Transportation and Development Institute

The purpose of Colorado's Transportation and Development Institute is to advance knowledge and practice in sustainable transportation and development. On a national level, the T&DI community is over 150,000 strong. More locally, the Colorado Section of ASCE is working to reinvigorate T&DI to better serve the membership engaged in transportation and development related activities.


The mission of ASCE Colorado T&DI is twofold:

1. The betterment of local membership through networking and professional development events.

2. Promotion of ASCE national's flagship transportation and development conference.

If you are interested in learning more, reach out to Matthew Olsson at


The ASCE Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI) is co-locating the ASCE International Conference on Transportation and Development (ICTD 2024) and the ASCE International Conference on Automated People Movers and Automated Transit Systems (APM-ATS) at the Hilton Atlanta in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, June 15-18, 2024. Held in partnership with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), these conferences will include featured sessions organized by GDOT as part of the program. ICTD is being co-chaired by GDOT Commissioner Russell McMurry and Atlanta DOT Commissioner Emeritus and Former T&DI President Marsha Anderson Bomar. This conference is ASCE's flagship transportation conference and is an excellent way to stay current on the latest developments in the transportation engineering as well as network with peers. For individuals needing PDHs, this conference allows you to knock out a full years’ worth all at once!


If you are interested in submitting an abstract for either a podium session or poster presentation, more information can be found via the conference website noted below. Abstracts are due by October 18, 2023.


Website (ASCE ICTD 2024):

Website (ASCE APM-ATS 2024):

2024 Colorado Transportation Symposium

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