Registration Now Open!

September 14 & 15, 2021
1:00 pm – 3:30 pm EDT

We’re putting together a great program for the virtual Summit this September, including a new Commuter Choice Certificate Training course on equity.

Presentations include:

  • The Economics of Bicycling in Florida
  • The Future is Electric
  • Refresh Your Marketing Message
  • Commuter Assistance Program Research Highlights
  • Telework and the Return to Work
  • Plus more. . . . .

Register below to reserve your seat and receive updates as we finalize our program.

See you virtually in September!

Summit Training

September 1 & 8, 2021
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EDT

As part of your Summit registration, receive 2 free training sessions on Equity in Transportation.

These sessions will be a live, online class session in Adobe Connect. The training provides an overview of equity in transportation planning practice. It describes strategies to identify and assess the needs of underserved communities. The methods and tools presented in this course are derived from research conducted for the Transportation Equity Toolkit, which includes the Transportation Equity Needs Assessment and the Transportation Equity Scorecard Tool.

Sign up below to receive the link to join the 2 free training sessions!


Tia Boyd, Research Associate, Center for Urban Transportation Research, University of South Florida

Tia Boyd is a Research Associate with the Planning and Corridor Management program at CUTR. Her research focuses on transportation decision-making, with an emphasis on equity in transportation planning. She is serving in supporting roles on several projects focused on equity in transportation decision-making and MPO policy, planning, and programming. Ms. Boyd served in a lead role developing the Transportation Equity Scorecard Tool and the Transportation Equity Toolkit – focused on tools and strategies to advance equity in local and regional planning processes. She is currently leading the effort for a transportation equity curriculum for graduate programs.

Summit Keynote Speaker

The Economics of Bicycling in Florida
Speaker: Joy Hancock, Executive Director, Bike Florida

Across Florida, the positive economic impact of bicycle tourism is attracting and revitalizing businesses and downtown areas, creating jobs, and increasing public revenue, which is most evident in communities that have safe, enjoyable, and connected bicycle and pedestrian facilities. During the Bike Boom of 2020, record numbers of Florida residents were introduced to the benefits of bicycling for all types of trips. Hear how TDM professionals can use this new-found love to build support for bicycle commuting.

Joy Hancock, Executive Director of Bike Florida

Joy is the Executive Director of Bike Florida, a state-wide non-profit whose mission is to help Florida communities improve their economic health, bicycle infrastructure, and safety through bicycle tourism. The past year she has been collaborating with organizations, counties, and towns across the state to create places that are safe and fun to ride for both residents and visitors alike.