Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference

VIRTUAL ONLINE STREAMING EVENT

Thank you to our sponsors, presenters and attendees for making TTAT 2022 a success.

If you are a registered attendee and would like to watch any of the conference sessions, click the button below. Conference recordings will be available until Oct. 29, 2022.

Don't miss a thing!

Sign up for TTAT email updates.

Thank You to Our Amazing Sponsors!

We are grateful for your work to advance trails and active transportation in Texas!

Presenting Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Why should you attend TTAT 2022?

Presenters Announced!

TTAT 2022 will have more than 25 sessions by excellent presenters from across the state, nation and the world.

Who Should Attend TTAT 2022?

Planners

TTAT 2022 has presentations on big projects and big data. Find out what kinds of infrastructure make active transportation an easy choice, and what kind of roadblocks other planners are addressing. Network with other professionals and hear about best practices and lessons learned along the way.

Engineers

Fred Kent says, “If you plan for people and places, you get people and places.” At TTAT 2022, you’ll learn about making places where people will want to gather and linger—from buildings that are bikeable and walkable to trails with amenities that encourage everyone from families to fitness enthusiasts to enjoy.

Policy Makers

What are things that have worked in other cities like yours? How do you identify the low-hanging fruit to get started to make it easier to use active transportation in your locality? How do you fund big projects? These are all questions that can be answered at TTAT 2022.

Architects

Do you picture your next project on a street so clogged with traffic that no one can move, or one that includes accommodations for walking, biking, transit, and driving so that folks can get to your building easily? Do the folks who will live and work in your building have access to parks, trails, and other amenities nearby? At TTAT 2022, hear more about projects that are great for all.

Advocates

You want to make your part of Texas better for biking and walking. Or you want more trails in your community. Or you’ve been inspired by other cities but don’t know where to begin. At TTAT 2022, you’ll be able to hear directly from and interact with the decision-makers and professionals who are already working to build more trails and other infrastructure in their own cities. Find out what resonates with them so you can bring those ideas back home.

Students

Your career is just getting started, but you already know that you’re committed to making Texas safe and accessible for all. Learn how to plan, fund, and build great trails, bikeways, sidewalks, and other facilities that allow and encourage folks to get around for transportation and recreation in the way that’s best for them – all at TTAT 2022.