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Prepare your plate for tasty barbeque and Smoking Hot Data as the Traffic Records Forum travels to Austin, TX, the "Live Music Capitol of the World"! The Forum will begin on Sunday, August 4th, with afternoon workshops and our Sponsor Welcome Reception in the evening. General and breakout sessions will begin on Monday, August 5, and close the afternoon of Wednesday, August 7.
Our host hotel is the lovely, Renaissance Austin Hotel, which is located within easy walking distance of shopping and dining locations, and a short cab ride to Austin's entertainment districts.
Register early and bring your posse on down as we serve up another Traffic Records Forum Texas style! Early registration ends July 9th!
|GENERAL ATTENDEES FULL FORUM (AUG 4-7)||$595 advanced/$650 after July 9th|
|SPEAKERS, MODERATORS, PRESENTERS
& ATSIP MEMBERS FULL FORUM (AUG 4-7
|$525 advanced/$575 after July 9th|
|FEDERAL EMPLOYEES FULL FORUM (AUG 4-7)||$525 one price|
|SINGLE DAY FORUM ACTIVITIES
Includes forum sessions, and luncheon,
Monday or Tuesday only, for a single day
|$225 advanced/$250 after July 9th|
|SPOUSE / GUEST
Includes opening session and luncheons
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
ATSIP welcomes presentations on a wide variety of traffic records topics focusing on advances in areas of planning, operation, motor vehicle crashes, roadway, injury systems, GIS, traffic enforcement, citation/adjudication, driver license, vehicle registration, Strategic Highway Safety Plans, workforce development, training, technology, data visualization, and policy development. Submissions will be accepted for 30 and 60 minute presentations and for poster displays.
All submissions are due by Friday, May 3, 2019, and early submission is recommended.
CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT
Sponsorship opportunities range from $2600 to $10,000 for more information see the documents below:
If you would like to become a sponsor/exhibitor at the 2019 forum please contact Karla Houston
Fun Facts about Austin, Texas:
Residents of Austin are known as "Austinites."
Lady Bird Lake was named in honor of Lady Bird Johnson, former first lady of the United States, who was a resident of the city.
The highest point in Austin is Mount Bonnell at 785 feet.
Austin's Congress Avenue Bridge is home to the world's largest urban bat colony.
The FBI ranked Austin as the second safest major city in the U.S. for 2012.
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