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Minnesota’s Transportation Conference | College of Continuing & Professional Studies

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Minnesota’s Transportation Conference, the largest transportation event in the state, explores the latest transportation innovations and offers networking opportunities for transportation professionals.

Who Should Attend?

  • Project managers, operations personnel, designers, and planners from federal, regional, state, and local transportation agencies that specialize in rail, waterways, airports, highways, transit, bicycles, safety, labor, and bridges
  • Consultants, contractors, and vendors from both large and small organizations
  • Faculty, staff, and students from research and educational institutions
  • Representatives from nonprofit and advocacy organizations
  • Shippers, carriers, and other organizations involved in transportation logistics
  • Policymakers from federal, state, regional, and local government

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