|10th International Conference on Low-Volume Roads
July 24–27, 2011
Hilton - Walt Disney World®
Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA
Final Program Available!
The final program is now available.
The Transportation Research Board (TRB) is pleased to invite you to attend the 10th International Conference on Low-Volume Roads, which will be held in Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), Florida, on July 24–27, 2011.
The conference, held every four years, will feature the latest information about low-volume road management, design, construction, safety, maintenance, and many other important related topics.
Please enter your contact information in the online survey at http://www.trb.org/conferences/2011/10LVR/Survey to receive the Preliminary Conference Program and registration materials.
Registration will open on Sunday, July 24, 2011. Pre-conference workshops will be offered on Sunday. The conference will begin with a general session on Monday morning, July 25. This will be followed by a series of concurrent sessions – typically three or four – organized according to topical interest.
Topical sessions will continue on Tuesday morning, July 26. Participants will go on a half-day field trip on Tuesday afternoon to study and observe low-volume road issues. The field trip will afford an excellent opportunity for information exchange among peers.
Topical sessions will continue on Wednesday, July 28, with a general session at the end of the afternoon.
Social events will include a gala reception on Sunday evening, and a Monday luncheon featuring presentation of the Yoder Award for the outstanding paper. The conference will close with a traditional banquet dinner on Wednesday evening.
Who Should Attend?
Those who administer, plan, design, build, or maintain low-volume roads will learn new and innovative ways of managing low-volume road systems.
The conference is organized for practitioners worldwide in local, state, and federal agencies; universities; private firms; and international organizations. We will discuss case histories, research results, and innovative practices. Previous conferences have typically attracted 300 or so transportation professionals from all continents.
Professional Development Hours (PDH) Credit for Professional Engineers
Conference attendees may receive PDH credit for attending applicable sessions or workshops during the conference. Learn more.
View the Conference Announcement and Invitation to Participate.
The 11th International Conference on Low-Volume Roads is planned for 2015. Details will be posted as they become available.
For questions, please contact LVR@nas.edu.