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The Clearinghouse Team looks forward to seeing you in September!

Please join us for the 2018 National Work Zone Management Conference, planned for September 11-13, 2018, in Herndon, Virginia. This popular three-day event will offer over  25 workshops, with nationally-recognized presenters providing the latest best practices and innovations in the transportation construction field.

Attendees will have the opportunity to earn approximately 20 Professional Development Hours (PDHs), gain valuable insights from experienced safety experts, and network with their industry peers.

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Conference Begins
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Thanks to these organizations for their leadership and sponsorship support.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Hotel Block Information

The Crowne Plaza Dulles Hotel is two miles from Dulles International Airport. The hotel offers free shuttle service between the airport from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.

Call: 877.390.5944
Hotel: Crowne Plaza Dulles Airport
Click to make your reservation.
Group name for discount room rate: National Traffic Management and Work Zone
Discount room rate: $149 per night
Rooms cut-off date: Aug. 20, 2018
Free parking is available for conference attendees.

Lunchtime Speaker

Dr. Menna Yassin • Highway Engineer • Federal Highway Administration

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More Details

Five events. Three conferences. One location. Check out the offerings for this year’s Work Zone Management Conference.

This biennial conference is hosted by the ARTBA Foundation-managed National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse. This three day conference will provide attendees with the latest insights and best practices in the transportation construction industry. Our presenters will share their experience and provide perspectives from “both sides of the barrel,” to help reduce motorist and worker fatalities and injuries in road construction sites.

Join safety experts as they share insights and best practices on automated motorist warnings and portable positive protection.

At the Work Zone Data Initiative Symposium, you can:

  • Hear insights about work zone data management from a broad audience of transportation stakeholders in the public and private sector; including successes, challenges, implications and opportunities.
  • Discuss the scope of work zone activity data throughout the project delivery life-cycle; how it can be used, and ideas of what the data should look like as government and industry work towards a unified specification.
  • Sign up to participate in a work zone data sharing pilot exploring data standardization, potential uses and application development.
  • Join an active and robust community by networking with other work zone data stakeholders and national experts, and help guide the conversation going forward.
This is an open session for all conference attendees.

Tentative Agenda

Closed session for the FHWA and state transportation department representatives.

Questions?

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