The biennial TTAT Conference brings together those involved with bicycle, pedestrian, and other active transportation and recreation modes from around Texas and the world. Presenters share current information and examples from the active transportation field, and spark inspiration to continue striving to make things better in each of our communities. The conference focuses on issues of economic development, health, safety, and many other topics relevant to advancing active transportation and trails.
Available certifications for conference sessions include:
- American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)
- American Society for Landscape Architects (ASLA)
- American Society of Civil Engineers / Texas Society of Professional Engineers (ASCE/TSPE)
- Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU-a)
Conference attendees include those involved in the planning, construction, funding, economics, operation, management, promotion and use of bicycle, pedestrian, and other transportation modes. The conference provides breakout sessions, keynote talks and mobile workshops from experts representing municipal/state government, transportation advocacy groups, trail users, architects, landscape architects, transportation engineers, planners, and private businesses.