TRB Access Management AHB70

Increasing the awareness and use of Access Management

P 2012 Conference

10th National Conference on Access Management and TxDOT Planning Conference

JULY 17-19, 2012 DALLAS, TEXAS

The 10th National Conference on Access Management will be held in conjunction with the TxDOT Planning Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Dallas, Texas July 17-19, 2012. The conference will draw together engineers, planners, consultants, land developers and academia from across all fields of highway planning, design, operations, and engineering. Accepted papers and/or presentations will be published in the conference proceedings. There is a particular interest in hearing from practitioners who have first-hand experience with techniques and implementation.

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Final Program

The conference program is being developed to meet your professional needs through the dissemination of the latest information by noted professionals in the transportation field. We look forward to seeing you in Dallas!

Special thanks to the following organizations for assisting in the planning of the 2012 conference:

  • Association of Texas Metropolitan Planning Organizations
  • Federal Highway Administration
  • Federal Transit Administration
  • North Central Texas Council of Governments – NCTCOG
  • Dallas Area Rapid Transit – DART
  • TxDOT, Environmental Affairs Division Staff
  • TxDOT, Dallas District
  • TxDOT, Public Transportation Division Staff
  • TxDOT, Transportation Planning and Programming Division Staff
  • TRB Access Management Committee



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