2017 Innovations and Partnerships in Transportation Conference

Save-the-Date: WSDOT's Innovations and Partnerships in Transportation Conference

Mark your calendars! You are invited to attend the Innovations and Partnerships in Transportation conference in Tacoma on Tuesday, December 5. The focus of the conference is to look at how we manage the transportation system and how, through trust, partnerships, collaboration and community engagement, we can foster a more sustainable and practical future.

What
Innovations and Partnerships in Transportation Conference: Thinking Boldly to Move Forward Together

When
Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Where
Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center, 1500 Broadway, Tacoma, Washington, 98402

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Lodging

Courtyard – Courtyard Marriott Tacoma Downtown
Murano – Hotel Murano (Online Code: GPROMO)


Thinking Boldly to Move Forward Together

Start time (duration) Topic
8:30 (5 min) Welcome, Introductions, Safety
8:35 (10 min) Governor's Welcome – Governor Jay Inslee
8:45 (15 min) Setting the StageRoger Millar
9:00 (60 min) Keynote: Joe Minicozzi, AICP, Urban3, LLC
10:00 (15 min) Break/Transition
10:15 (75 min)

Presentations & Discussion

Breakout #1
Inclusion
Disparity Studies: Examining race and gender based barriers to competition.

Colette Holt

Breakout #2
Practical Solutions
Strengthening the link between performance measures and outcomes

Eric Sundquist, SSTI
Gary Toth, Project for Public Spaces


Breakout #3
Workforce Development
A panel of public and private leadership that will share examples of successful implementation of modern work environment principals.

WSDOT Facilities/HR, OFM Facilities and Amazon

11:30 (75 min)
(incl. 20 min break)
Boxed lunch and Govt. Leadership Roundtable: Partnering with transportation agencies to grow and support our communities.
Moderated by Marshall Elizer
12:45 (75 min)

Presentations & Discussion

Breakout #1
Inclusion
Disparity Studies: Examining race and gender based barriers to competition.

Colette Holt

Breakout #2
Practical Solutions
Strengthening the link between performance measures and outcomes

Eric Sundquist, SSTI
Gary Toth, Project for Public Spaces


Breakout #3
Workforce Development
A panel of public and private leadership that will share examples of successful implementation of modern work environment principals.

WSDOT Facilities/HR, OFM Facilities and Amazon

2:00 (15 min) Break/Transition
2:15 (75 min) Vantage Points: Considering the different vantage points of government and local business to drive creative solutions.
Moderated by Patty Rubstello
3:30 (15 min) What We've Learned & Where We're Going – Roger Millar and Keith Metcalf
3:45 Adjourn

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