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What to expect at a glance

up to 400 Experts / 4 Days / More than 20 workshops & sessions / Additional technical visits

 The Symposium program will include plenary sessions, technical sessions with invited speakers, poster sessions and workshops which will address:

  • the next generation of traffic management systems
  • sharing and using emerging sources of data (e.g., connected and automated vehicles)
  • incorporating data from connected and automated vehicles into operational/safety strategies and control plans to manage traffic on freeways
  • innovative methods to actively managing and controlling traffic
  • managed lanes (e.g., HOV, HOT, Part-time Shoulder Use, Reversible Lanes)
  • use of pricing to improve the use of traffic operational strategies
  • managing traffic management assets
  • sharing information with other systems and stakeholders
  • opportunities to share electronic data among systems and 3rd parties
  • incorporating mobility on demand services into the day-to-day traffic management and emissions mitigation activities
  • coordinating and sharing information with agencies and service providers in response to planned and unplanned events

Key topics

  1. Innovative Financing to Build and Operate Motorways including the use of incentives and pricing in traffic operational strategies.
  2. Governance and Organizational Challenges covering multimodal aspects, integration of highways, cities and corridors, as well as public private collaboration.
  3. Managing and Analyzing Operational Strategies and Performance including innovative methods to proactively managing and controlling traffic and addressing data, methods and tools.
  4. Next Generation of Traffic Management Systems and Services includes the integration of traffic management centers and services towards a traffic management ecosystem as well as incorporating mobility on demand services into day-to-day traffic management.

Get involved!

Ideas for workshop sessions are collected currently via or via partner organisations. A template for the session description is available at here.

Individuals interested in sharing information at the symposium are encouraged to submit an abstract to be considered for participation in a poster session.  Students are invited to submit papers to be considered for a poster session and the Student Paper Award competition. Please submit via If you have questions, please contact us via

Submission Deadlines

February 15, 2023 - Deadline to submit abstracts for proposed posters and student papers to present during the symposium.
Authors notified of the decision to present posters and papers by the mid of March of 2023.