2020 AT Summit At-A-Glance

AT Summit

2020 Active Transportation Summit

March 17, 18 & March 19

Click below to view a full program description and related AICP numbers to claim your credits following the summit.

Tuesday, March 17

1 pm to 4:30 pm

Portland Building, 1120 SW Fifth Avenue

Advancing Health Equity Through Transportation Planning, Design and Partnerships

Led by Tamika Butler, Director of Planning, California, and Director of Equity and Inclusion, Toole Design; in partnership with Multnomah County's Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH); and the Portland Bureau of Transportation. Click here for more information. 



Wednesday, March 18

8 am to 5 pm

Oregon Convention Center

  • Keynote: Emma Marris, Climate Action and Transportation Choices

  • Plenary: Youth Activists--The Next Generation’s Transportation Choices

  • Race and Transportation: Guiding Principles to Equitable Community Engagement

  • Health equity and racial justice through transportation

  • The Big Jump Challenge: Lessons learned, locally and nationally

  • Building Mobility: Imagining Active Transportation’s Impact on Buildings

  • Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Implementation Update

  • ODOT's Blueprint for Urban Design

  • Street design for Climate Change, Vision Zero, and Equity: Metro’s Designing Livable Streets and Trails Guide

  • Earthquakes, Human-Powered Mobility, and Community Resilience

  • Ride the Bus!: Making the bus the new shining mode of travel

  • Successful transportation: What we measure matters

  • Last Mile Solutions: Implementing New Mobility in the Suburbs (and urb-burbs)

  • Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail - Filling in the trail, one tunnel at a time

  • Transit fare policies - pricing for ridership and social justice

  • The road to jurisdictional transfers: history and evolution of highways in Oregon

  • Prioritizing Pedestrian Access to Transit: The TriMet Pedestrian Plan

  • Walking and cycling to transit – planning and designing comfortable and safe facilities for small-town and rural Oregonians.

  • Car-Free Streets

  • Let's Get (the Portland Region) Moving!

  • Getting There Together in 2020: Transportation Advocates Building Power

  • The best of the best: What 15 Oregonians learned at the National Safe Routes to School Conference

  • Climate Resilience through Safe Routes to School

  • Age-appropriate transportation education

  • We have a grant for that! ODOT’s Safe Routes to School, Trails, and other upcoming funding opportunities

  • 4 pm - 6 pm

Bird Safety Showcase


As an extension of Birds Safe Streets Tour, we bring you a private Responsible Riding Showcase! Use this time to learn the rules of the road and responsible riding best practices. Download the app today







5:30 pm - 8: 30 pm

Spirit of '77 

500 NE MLK Jr Blvd, Portland

No-host Transportation Happy Hour and Lightning Slides in partnership with YPT Portland Chapter. This happy hour invites speakers to deliver fast, fun, engaging short presentations that involve walking, biking, and transit.



Thursday, March 19

Tactical Urbanism Workshop

9 am to noon

Columbia Bank Community Room, 838 SW Park Ave.

Back by popular demand, this workshop introduces "tactical urbanism," various terms used to describe it, and why this is such a valuable tool for making communities more people-focused. We will review several case studies that exemplify the various forms that these projects can take. Participants will design their own pop-up projects and work through challenges along the way.

Safe Routes to School Annual Meeting

9 am to 1:30 pm

ODOT Region 1, 123 NW Flanders 



Register for AT Summit


Accommodation discounts are available

for a limited time with our hotel partner! 

Hotel Eastlund

Hotel Eastlund - click stay here to make your reservations during the 2020 Active Transportation Summit. Government rates are available to those with current, valid Government or Military ID, based on availability; book directly via email.