• Technical Tour and Pre-Meeting May 16, 2019
• Open Ceremony and Whole Day Conference May 17, 2019
• Whole Day Conference May 18, 2019
• Post-Conference Visit (Optional) May 19, 2019
• Full Paper Due: March 31, 2019
• Notification of Acceptance of Paper Track Abstract: March 31, 2019
• Early Bird Registration Due: April 15, 2019
• Abstract (<400 Words) of Non-Paper Track Presentation Due: April201, 2019
• Revised Full Paper and PPT Submission Due: April 20, 2019
ICTPA, ICTPA Northern California Chapter
Mineta Transportation Institute, San Jose State University Prospect Silicon Valley
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國際華人交通運輸協會 北加州分會 (International Chinese Transportation Professional Association, Northern California Chapter)
The International Chinese Transportation Professional Association serves to provide professional development among members and networking opportunities for those who are interested in transportation planning in Asia.Northern CA Chapter focuses on technical activities and business networking among our members and friends from government agencies, design firms and construction companies in the greater San Francisco Bay area.
Northern CA Chapter hosted the 1997 Annual Meeting and 2002 4th Asia Pacific / 16th ICTPA Annual Meeting in the San Francisco Bay Area with 200 attendees from Taiwan, Hong Kong, China and the United States.
In the past, our ICTPA chapter has continued to bring members from transportation planning, engineering, environment, freight, and management together for exciting events. Our events included an intimate talk with Paul Eng-Wong, past President of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, and David Tao, Technical Development Center Director of Changan Ford Mazda Automotive. In addition, we’ve held a special session with students at UC Berkeley to help them with résumés and interviews as they begin their professional careers, etc.
ICTPA Northern California Chapter hosts talks, social events, field trips, and the annual Chinese New Year Banquet.
For direct link to CA Chapter website, please click here.
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International Chinese Transportation Professionals Association
2019 ICTPA 32nd Annual Conference
San Francisco Bay Area/Silicon Valley
May 16-18, 2019
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The International Chinese Transportation Professionals Association (ICTPA) is proud to announce its 32nd Annual Conference to be held May 16-18, 2019, in San Jose, California, the home of Silicon Valley, known worldwide for consumer and transportation technology development. ICTPA’s conference is recognized as the leading U.S.-to-Asia platform for information exchange, networking opportunities and business development. It is the top venue to present new findings and learn about the latest technical information in transportation. Detailed conference information is also available at: https://ictpanorcal.wordpress.com/
Traveling from SJC and SFO
From San Jose International Airport (SJC)
Rental Cars: https://flysanjose.com/rental-cars
Door-to-door Shuttles: https://flysanjose.com/door-door. People are most familiar with SuperShuttle (https://www.supershuttle.com/)
Public Transportation: From SJC, walk about a mile (Airport Pkwy-Technology Dr-Metro Dr-N 1st St) to the Metro/Airport Light Rail Station. Take VTA Light Rail (http://www.vta.org/) Lines 901 or 902 southbound to the Convention Center Station.
From San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
Rental Cars: https://www.flysfo.com/to-from/rental-cars
Taxis and Shuttles: https://www.flysfo.com/to-from/ground-transportation. People are most familiar with SuperShuttle (https://www.supershuttle.com/)
Public Transportation: From SFO, take BART (https://www.bart.gov/) one stop southbound to Millbrae. Transfer and take Caltrain (http://www.caltrain.com/) to the San Jose Diridon Station. San Jose Marriott is located one mile to the east. You can either walk or take VTA Light Rail (http://www.vta.org/) Line 902 northbound to the Convention Center Station. Depending on when you arrive, there is also a free VTA shuttle called DASH between Diridon Station and downtown San Jose locations including San Jose Marriott.
You can always use ride-hailing services such as Uber or Lyft from either airport.