|These resource pages provide accessible information for everyone at the TRB Annual Meeting. Each resource page focuses on a different role at the TRB Annual Meeting and includes a brief overview along with a list of resources, such as links to webpages, webinars, and documents.
Calls for Papers
You can use the links on the Call for Papers resource page to both propose and respond to a Call for Paper. This resource page includes information about the steps for writing and editing a Call, as well as a description of how TRB committees and staff use the Calls.
Authors who wish to submit a paper in response to a Call for Papers should view the Paper Authors resource page: see link below.
Initial paper submission for the TRB Annual Meeting opens on June 1. This resource page provides advice on writing a paper for TRB, information on the review process, MyTRB instructional guides, and lots more!
Event Organizers (available mid-May)
This page contains information about events held at the Annual Meeting and how to plan those events.
Paper Review Coordinators and Paper Reviewers (available mid-May)
This page provides background information on the peer review process and specific directions for working with the TRB review software.
Event Moderators and Presiding Officers (available mid-September)
This page contains descriptions of the roles and expectations of the presiding officer/moderator for each type of event.
Speakers and Poster Presenters (available mid-September)
This page will be continually updated with pertinent information for speakers and poster presenters as we draw closer to the Annual Meeting.
Annual Meeting Attendees (available in August)
This page will have information on the venue, neighborhood, hotel options, and transportation options. General strategies for getting the most out of the Annual Meeting, networking, and surviving the five information-packed days will also be provided.
TRB TAD staff contact list
MyTRB login guidance