ICTH is designed to bridge the gap between scientific investigation and real-world application. This avant-garde experience is guaranteed to make you feel just a little uncomfortable, a little bit curious and possibly change your perspective. Why not take a chance and join us?
ICTH is a direct participatory experience. Policy-makers, practitioners and academics from multiple disciplines and professional sectors involved in transport planning and engineering, public health, urban planning, spatial and architectural design, environmental planning, economics and beyond will convene at Mission Point Resort located on Mackinac Island in beautiful Northern Michigan, 24-27 June 2018, to share their stories of success and failure; build world-wide collaborative friendships; but most importantly, leave inspired!
ICTH is the only conference in a world-wide market fully dedicated to transport systems and health impacts. Interactive Hot Topic Workshops and abstract presentations (oral, pecha kucha and poster) will be led by cross-disciplinary teams to demonstrate “how” non-traditional and innovative thinking can lead to creative problem solving.
ICTH 2018-Mackinac Island will be held in rural Northern Michigan. As such, the theme for ICTH 2018 will be "Contrasting rural and urban transport and the environmental factors that impact quality of life, health and well-being; making rural transport sexy." Join us on historic Mackinac Island where active travel and the horse are still the primary mode of transport!
If you would like to become a sponsor of ICTH 2018-Mackinac Island download the file below for details and/or contact Karyn directly at email@example.com.
The ICTH 2018-Mackinac Island Programme Committee is dedicated to ensuring that you receive the greatest return on investment; financial, time and human interaction. This is not an event in which you can passively co-exist or participate virtually. It is meant to keep you engaged emotionally, intellectually and physically.
Here are a few reasons why you should attend ICTH 2018:
Transportation Public Health Link
Mobility with a Healthy Twist
The Transportation Public Health Link (TPH Link) is a global company based on a systematic problem solving approach that accounts for the synergy between the social (health), political, economic and environmental elements of sustainability. The TPH Link promotes and supports the inclusion of a cross-disciplinary team of professionals in the design, planning and development of proposed and rehabilitated transportation infrastructure projects. In this way, appropriate quantitative and qualitative research, performance metrics, and strategic management methodologies can be implemented to effectively evaluate the health impact of a proposed transportation project that places people first in the decision-making process. Please take a few minutes to investigate this website for valuable resources. If you are looking for something in particular and cannot find it, please email Karyn at firstname.lastname@example.org. Join us on LinkedIn http://goo.gl/Asjkao and on Twitter @TPHLink
International Professional Association for Transport & Health
The International Professional Association for Transport & Health (IPATH) is a platform for cross-disciplinary and multi-sector professionals working at the intersection of transport and health. The aim of PATH is to share information, exchange ideas, and foster collaboration to improve health, quality of life and well-being in communities by advocating for the integration of health in the urban and transport agendas. Visit www.tphlink.com/ipath.html for more information.
Institute of Transportation Engineers
The Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) is an international membership association of transportation professionals who work to improve mobility and safety for all transportation system users and help build smart and livable communities. Through its products and services, ITE promotes professional development and career advancement for its members, supports and encourages education, identifies necessary research, develops technical resources including standards and recommended practices, develops public awareness programs, and serves as a conduit for the exchange of professional information. www.ite.org/
ICTH is not just a conference, it's people coming together to facilitate change.
Karyn M. Warsow, MS, MPH, DrPH(c)
Founder & Executive Director
IPATH Executive Committee President
Vice President Tolling -Solutions at Duncan Solutions
Shawn Leight, PE, PTOE, PTP
ITE -Past President 2017
CBB Transportation Engineers & Planners - Vice President/COO
Jeff Lindley, PE
ITE Associate Executive Director and Chief Technical Officer
Slande Alliance, MPH - Abstract Submission
Claire Andrews - On-Line Abstract & Programme, Technical Support
Louise DeRusseau - On-Site Registration
Ghassan Abu-Lebdeh, PhD - Traffic Operations
Eric Bill, MBA - Economics
Andrew Buroni, PhD - Integrated Environmental Review and HIA
O.A. Elrahman (Sam), PhD - Transport Infrastructure
Kara MacLeod, DrPH - Built Environment
Jenny Mindell, MB BS, PhD - Public Health
Silvia Poggioli - Rural Access Management
Nina Silverstein, PhD - Older Driver Safety/Access
Stefanie Wicks DeOlloqui, MS, MCHES - Place Making
Steve Yaffe - Paratransit
C.Y. David Yang, PhD - Road Safety & Driver Behavior
Kimberly Vachal, PhD - Rural Transportation Safety and Security
High Scoring Abstract Award Sponsors