Transportation leaders gather for Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference
I’m at the 70th Annual Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference, and I’m having a wonderful time. This two-day event provides a unique opportunity to collaborate with, learn from and share with nearly 3,750 people visiting from states nationwide.
In addition to networking, this conference has many sessions that provide food-for-thought on the latest technology and policies within the transportation industry. As a passionate historian for Mead & Hunt, I am looking forward to presenting a session to share my enthusiasm with others. Come see me present “Ohio’s Historic Bridge Updated: Innovation and Technological Advances of the Groovy ’60s” on October 2nd from 3:30 to 5:00 pm.
In between sessions, I will be at Booth #304 with many of my colleagues. Stop by to discuss your thoughts on how we can work together to further advance our ever-changing transportation network. While you’re there, don’t forget to pick up some Mead & Hunt swag and play for your chance to win fun prizes.
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