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Boston in July is the place to learn about the latest advances in technology, communications and business processes to help you move your organization forward. General sessions will focus on the three major topics of the Workshop -- All-Electronic Tolling, Managed Lanes and Interoperability. PLUS there will be an exciting student challenge focused on "de-congesting" Boston. Simple! Four tracks -- Technology, Business/Operations and Communications -- will run concurrently throughout the Workshop. And for the first time, there will be Innovation "TECH Talks" presented as a special "rolling" track. This is a great opportunity for thought leaders and problem solvers to engage attendees with current and dynamic solutions within a 15-minute time slot using a variety of exciting presentation techniques.
Sessions throughout the Workshop will reflect on lessons learned around evolving technologies, communication techniques, data and analytics and innovative business tools. Other topics include connected vehicles, integrated mobility, disruptive technologies, data/intelligence, express/managed lane projects and violations enforcement. This is IBTTA's largest workshop of the year with attendees from around the globe. There's plenty of exhibit space available and plenty of opportunities to network with colleagues. To familiarize yourself with the content focus of this Workshop, take a look at the thematic report from the 2015 Workshop.
See below to submit a presentation through February 22nd and be sure and save the dates and attend this Workshop!
To submit a presentation idea for this meeting... (1) download and review the Session Descriptions document to get an idea of the planned sessions and (2) submit your presentation idea using the Submission Form below.
Submit Your Idea Now!
Tom Delaney | Atkins N.A.
Mary Jane O'Meara | HNTB Corporation
The Meeting Planning Group is deep in the planning stages for this meeting. No further members are being added to the group at this time.
Registration | Harry Smith
Liaison to the Meeting Planning Group | Wanda Klayman
Sponsors/Exhibitors | Terri Lankford
Speakers/Moderators/Presentations | Cheryle Arnold
Hotel/Tours | Kathleen Davis
Media | Bill Cramer
The agenda for this meeting is not yet available. The planning committee begins their work approximately six months prior to the event with a goal to have the agenda complete approximately three months before the meeting. A Call for Presentations is underway now on the Overview tab of this page.
Please use the below schedule as a guideline for calendar and traveling purposes,.
9:00am - 5:00pm
Conference Planning Meeting for 2017
Student Challenge, Keynote Speaker, General Session
8:30 am - 5:00pm
Combination of General and Break-out Sessions. Break-out Tracks: (1) Business/Operations; (2) Communications; (3) Technology; (4) Innovation - Tech Talks
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Evening Networking Event
8:30am - 2:00pm
Combination of General and Break-out Sessions.
IBTTA Meeting Adjourns
2:00pm - 6:00pm
Alliance for Toll Interoperability (ATI) Business Meeting
Boston Marriott Copley Place
110 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02116 USA
Tel: +1 617-236-5800
Fax: +1 617-236-5885
[map & directions]
Conference Hotel Rate Deadline: June 30
The Room Rate held under the IBTTA room block is availble from July 21-28, 2016.
Cut off date: June 30, 2016. The hotel will hold the IBTTA Room Block until June 30, 2016, 11:59pm EDT, after which the room rate can only be offered on a space available basis.
Cancellation Policy: Reservations can be cancelled up to 24 hours prior to arrival without penalty.
A reservation link will be posted soon.
Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is located 3.2 miles from the hotel.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. The subway costs approximately $2.50. Use the MBTA Trip Planner to plan your route.
From the airport, you would take the Blue to the Orange Line to Back Bay Station, (Orange Line) which is 0.2 miles East of the hotel.
The Blue Line Subway is your best connection to the Orange Line at State Street Station. This route is the best option for transportation to: Back Bay, Boston College, Boston University, Brookline, Downtown Boston, Fenway Park, The Longwood Medical Area, Newton, Northeastern University
There are 15 (10x10) exhibit spaces available at this Workshop. Make the most of your participation at this event with a strong presence by exhibiting at this event. .
Each 10’ x 10’ booth includes one “exhibit floor only” registrant.
Member: $1,800 | Non-member: $2,800
Exhibitor Reservation Form
Sponsorship opportunities are offered to IBTTA members only. Please contact Terri Lankford to discuss the available Sponsorship Opportunities.
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