Oregon Active Transportation Summit

2024 Oregon Active Transportation Summit
Wednesday, June 5th – Friday, June 7th
Leftbank Annex – Portland, Oregon

 

At the Street Trust, we believe that everyone should have access to safe, affordable mobility regardless of their identity, zip code, income, role in society, or mode of transportation.

This year’s Oregon Active Transportation Summit, Move Oregon Forward, will ground our community of advocates, organizers, professionals, and decision-makers in the shared belief that a better future is possible. Save the date and plan to join us June 5-7 at the Leftbank Annex in Portland, OR. Registration will open soon!

RFP Now Open

Request for proposals

We are now accepting proposals for workshops, presentations, panel discussions, mobile workshops, and study tours for the 2024 Oregon Active Transportation Summit centered around four tracks of content:

  • Future-Proofing our Transportation System
  • Big Ideas & Innovations
  • Bridging Our Divides
  • Safe Routes & Great Streets for All

We value community-driven processes and solutions, and encourage applications from youth, grassroots advocates, and community groups whose primary focus may not be on active transportation. Proposals that demonstrate how transportation choices intersect with other community concerns and goals are especially welcome. We value racial diversity and perspectives from different geographies. You are welcome to propose a presentation as an individual or in a group.

Click here to read the complete Request for Proposals and to submit your ideas. Submission deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 29th.

Call for Sponsors

Demonstrate your commitment to building a transportation future that is safe, accessible, and equitable for all. The Street Trust is seeking sponsors for the 2024 Oregon Active Transportation Summit. Email [email protected] to reserve your spot!

Who Should Attend?

Each year, hundreds of professionals and advocates from Oregon and SW Washington convene to discuss cutting edge transportation issues. Attendees include: state legislators; policy makers; local and national figures in the biking, walking, and active transportation movement; directors of transportation departments and community-based organizations; engineers and planners; land managers; business owners; health professionals; and community advocates. We hope you will join this wide array of leaders to share lessons and learn. Active transportation advocates and practitioners bring energy and passion for change to this event, and the result is a powerful conference that advances our shared goals.

What to Expect

We’re planning a myriad of presentations, workshops, and field trips to bring attendees together to problem-solve and build community in real time. Expect a full schedule of fun and interesting activities!