The Midyear Meeting is back and returning to Asheville!!!
Date: May 31 – June 1, 2018
Join your engineering and planning colleagues as we gather in Western North Carolina for two half days of professional development and fellowship.
Attendees are encouraged to bring your families to enjoy Asheville’s tourist, commercial, and recreational attractions during the conference and the weekend following.
Registration: $125 NCSITE, $150 others (through May 4)
(Not a Member? Join NCSITE as a new member for only $15 the first year!)
- Guest tickets for social and mobile tours also available
- Early Bird rates expire May 4!!
Location: Renaissance Asheville Hotel (click here for reservations)
Our hotel is convenient to downtown and near some of Asheville’s most exciting attractions.
- Rooms available for a great rate of only $118/night!
- Rates guaranteed through May 2…BOOK NOW!
Thursday May 31
|8:00 am||Asheville Bike and Walking Mobile Tours|
|11:30 am||Welcoming Lunch & Keynote Presentation|
|1:30 pm||Technical Session #1|
|3:00 pm||Exhibitors/Sponsors Break|
|3:30 pm||Technical Session #2|
|6:00 pm||Members Social/Happy Hour|
|7:30 pm||Make ncsITe Funner Activity (Downtown Asheville)|
Friday June 1
|7:00 am||Members Breakfast|
|8:30 am||Technical Session #3|
|10:00 am||Exhibitors/Sponsors Break|
|10:30 am||Technical Session #4|
|12:00 pm||Closing Remarks|
Technical Sessions include presentations on:
- Local Asheville Area Projects
- Complete Streets
- Report on NC Main Street Conference & NCSITE’s Main Street Assistance Program
- Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
- Innovative Data Collection Technologies
- Transformative Pedestrian/Bicycle Projects
- Alternative Intersection Design (CFI, Superstreets, etc.)
- Vision Zero/ Safety Initiatives
Two mobile tours will be offered Thursday morning, including a tour of cycling highlights in and around Downtown Asheville and a walking tour of the River Arts District and the French Broad River Greenway Trail.
Attendees staying Wednesday night will also be invited to gather for an informal social event.
Thank you to all the members, affiliates and speakers who made the 2016’s Mid-Year Meeting a huge success!
Special thanks to Mid-Year chairs Steve Brown and Lauren Triebert and the Transportation Planning Council for their hard work in pulling off the meeting without a hitch.
Over 80 attendees came down to Wilmington for two days filled with technical knowledge, fellowship, and fun-filled activities. Participants were treated to walking and biking tours around the city, a history lesson from local Bob Jenkins that left folks LOL, presentations on timely planning topics, and rooftop dinner and drinks with views of Front St. and the Cape Fear River.