Workshop on Sustainable Resource Conservation and Recovery in Transportation

July 14, 2019 – July 16, 2019 all-day
National Academy of Sciences
2101 Constitution Ave NW

This year’s theme of sustainable resource conservation and recovery in transportation continues the Committee focus on resource conservation and recovery issues affecting transportation and associated infrastructure, including but not limited to:

• Recycling/Upcycling, reuse, and repurposing of waste and industrial byproducts
• Renewable energy alternatives in roadway design
• Alternative and innovative use of transportation right-of-ways
• Climate change driven sustainable and resilient transportation system design
• Life-cycle sustainability of transportation infrastructure/systems
• Multimodal transportation and sustainability practices
• Contamination risk management
• Environmental management systems
• Stormwater management
• Winter roadway maintenance and risk mitigation

This will be the 18th consecutive workshop hosted by the Committee, continuing its promotion of thoughtful leadership on contemporary and forward looking environmental, energy, resource efficiency and waste minimization issues surrounding transportation systems.

This year’s workshop will be at the historic National Academy of Sciences located in the nexus of transportation concept development and planning, Washington DC.  Federal, State, and local transportation agencies, practitioners, and academicians will gather to review existing practices and tackle the challenges to develop environmentally sustainable, resilient, and efficient transportation infrastructures within the U.S.

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