Events

2WALKandCYCLE 2020, the 5th biennial conference, will be held at the Dunedin Centre, Tuesday 15 – Friday 18 September 2020.

T-Tech 2020 describes itself as New Zealand's Future Transport Conference; the leading forum to discuss challenges, innovations and solutions that help make transport safer, greener and more efficient. This year it was supposed to be taking place on 4 and 5 May at Te Papa, Wellington. But then COVID-19 happened and the country went into lockdown.

The 2020 Engineering NZ Transportation Group Conference is being held at the Town Hall, Christchurch, from 11-13 March.

For more information, see https://www.tgconference.co.nz/

The 2019 Trafinz Conference is being held in Hamilton on 10-13 November. For more information, see https://www.trafinzconference.co.nz/

The 2019 New Zealand Modelling User Group Conference is being held on 16-17 September at Te Papa, Wellington. Registrations will open in July but the call for papers is open now. More information will be available through the Transportation Group wesbite.

A free “webinar” hosted in partnership by NZTA and the Transportation Group aiming to introduce some of the current state-of-the-art thinking around monitoring our active modes

The Second New Zealand Walking Summit is being held at Auckland Viaduct Harbour on 20 and 21 June 2019. Day one includes Walking to School and Play, and day two Walking and Public Transport.

Registration is available through the Living Streets Aotearoa website.

All SIDRA INTERSECTION users are invited to come together to discuss areas of interest and modelling and other issues arising from the use of the software. The meeting will be held in Auckland.

Intelligent Transport Systems New Zealand (ITSNZ) are bringing T-Tech 2019, New Zealand's Future Transport Conference, to Christchurch's Town Hall on May 6th-7th. More info: https://www.itsnz.org/t-tech

The 2019 Engineering NZ Transportation Group Conference is being held at Te Papa, Wellington, from 3-6 March. Check the conference website for more information.