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2013 T&DI Green Streets, Highways and Development Conference

The Transportation and Development Institute (T&DI) of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is pleased to announce the 2nd T&DI Green Streets, Highways and Development Conference with the theme “Advancing the Practice”.
The 2nd T&DI Green Streets, Highways &Development (GSHD) Conference, which will be held November 3-6, 2013 in Austin, TX, will bring together engineers, contractors, planners, architects, landscape architects, private practitioners, government officials, academics and students to share information at the cutting edge of advancing the application of sustainability concepts in Transportation and Development. Building on the successes of 2010 T&DI Green Streets & Highways Conference, the 2013 GSHD Conference will offer cutting-edge applications of green, sustainability and livability concepts relevant to transportation and development infrastructure, services and education. Conference sessions will highlight best practices and successes with real-world design approaches, planning methodologies, progress evaluation tools, performance measurement and management approaches, policies and case studies — nationally and internationally.

Call for Submissions

The scientific and organizing committees of the 2013 T&DI Green Streets, Highways and Development Conference has extended the deadline for their call for submissions, and invite you to submit abstracts for presentations, papers or posters, and conference sessions (panel or paper presentations). Please click on the link below for more information. In particular, there is interest in the areas:

  • Climate Change Adaptation
  • Infrastructure Resiliency
  • Asset Management
  • Public Health
  • Multi-modal Development.

Submittals can be for research projects, case studies, etc. Please submit by February 15, 2013.
http://content.asce.org/conferences/greenstreets-highways2013/call.html

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