First publishedon www.ITSInternational.com
With Atlanta becoming a test bed for new innovative transportation technologies and systems promoting enhanced mobility for drivers, the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) will focus on Georgia transportation during its International Mobility Connections 85th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, 10-12 September at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Atlanta.
The meeting will bring together a top-level list of Georgia elected leaders, state and local officials and nearly 700 transportation leaders from around the world. With Atlanta as a key backdrop, IBTTA’s 85th Annual Meeting & Exhibition will focus sessions on the future of mobility, including discussions featuring the state’s transportation challenges and opportunities, safety and security impacts and how mobility’s best practices are being shared across regional transportation hubs.
The meeting will be hosted by IBTTA member, Georgia’s State Road & Tollway Authority, which is being honoured as a Toll Excellence Award-winner for its customer service and marketing outreach related to the authority’s Commuter Credits program, a three-pronged pilot program that focused on providing alternatives to travelling solo during the peak periods on Atlanta's congested I-85 corridor.
The agenda and a full list of speakers are available here.