The Transportation and Communities Summit 2019 at Portland State University is coming up Sept. 19-20! This annual two-day summit connects mobility-focused research to equitable practice and policy, and speakers will this year will talk about ways of mitigating the impacts of transportation infrastructure on housing displacement, how to develop and structure e-bike incentive programs that reduce barriers to access, and how to use data science to tell a story (among many other topics!). UO Professor of Journalism Andrew DeVigal will also be speaking about how to communicate transportation concepts and research findings with broad audiences. A few UO students and recent graduates (including Karen Mason who just published a blog about her analysis of e-scooter regulations) will be presenting as well. Get more info and register for the Summit here. We hope to see you there!