5th Urban Street Symposium
Up to 17.5 PDHs and CMs available to attendees!
May 21-24, 2017 – Raleigh, NC
Transportation Research Board (TRB)
– Operational Effects of Geometrics (AHB65)
– Geometric Design (AFB10)
North Carolina Section of ITE (NCSITE)
NCSITE is proud to welcome the Transportation Research Board, its members, and guests to Raleigh for the 5th Urban Street Symposium. A bustling capital of the New South, Raleigh is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country and area planners and engineers work tirelessly to help the region shed its suburban sprawling image. The City and its neighbors have been successfully implementing innovative and multimodal mobility projects that not only spur folks to get out of their cars but also continue to bring new businesses and residents to the Triangle area based on quality of life.
Raleigh, long known as one of the nicest places in America to live, is a charming place to visit and do business. Come experience our incredible climate, the intellectual pulse and wonder of the local universities and Research Triangle Park, the endless array of things to do and see, the genuinely welcoming people and you’ll agree.
We look forward to seeing you in beautiful Raleigh, NC in 2017!
Additional information on the Symposium is available at urbanstreet.info.
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NCSITE is happy to host the Urban Street Symposium and all our colleagues and guests regardless of race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. Please consider the following statements for our host venue, Chamber of Commerce, and City as assurance that our goal is to make every attendee feel welcome and accommodated at our meeting and in our capital city.
Raleigh Convention Center Statement on House Bill 2
“The Raleigh Convention Center will continue to support all customers and visitors with respect and care regardless of race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. This position is in alignment with our city’s policy of nondiscrimination. House Bill 2, recently passed by the North Carolina General Assembly, does not reflect the values of our facility. We are privileged to serve a diverse public who contribute immensely to the strength and vitality of our area. It is of the utmost importance that all attendees feel comfortable in our facility; and our staff will make every reasonable accommodation to ensure our guests feel welcome. Our mission is to provide an outstanding customer experience that assures that the needs of all customers are met.”