Transportation Camp – Coming Soon to NY and SF

OpenPlans and Rockerfeller Foundation are presenting TransportationCamp events in NY and SF next month. Advisors for the events include many Gov 2.0 folks, including me. The future of transportation and involvment of stakeholders and innovators is critical, as municipal agencies such as the MTA grapple with major long-term funding imbalances.

Tonight, Nick Grossman from OpenPlans will be talking about the events on LocalGovChat.

More info on the upcoming events from OpenPlans:

TransportationCamp is a pair of free unconferences in New York and San Francisco bringing together transportation professionals, technologists, and others working on the intersection of urban transportation and technology. Major themes of discussion will include open data; best practices and technical challenges; ways to lower the cost of technology for transportation agencies; and creative new approaches to addressing transportation issues.

In addition to talks and presentations from big names in transportation and technology, TransportationCamp will provide an opportunity for every attendee to be a participant in shaping and leading the event. Be prepared to get involved, lead session, meet people, and get busy.

  • March 5-6, 2011: TransportationCamp East in NYC
  • March 19-20, 2011: TransportationCamp West in SF

More information and registration:

For updates, follow @transpocamp and #transpo on Twitter.

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