Cost-free, carbon-free Bridging Transportation Researchers No 6 is ready for your registration and paper submissions

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Cost-free, carbon-free Bridging Transportation Researchers No 6 is ready for your registration and paper submissions

Dear Colleagues:

I hope you’re doing well (& avoided catching covid19 at TRB, like I did for the first time in my life last month…).

Our carbon-free, cost-free Bridging Transportation Researchers (BTR#6) Call for Papers has just come out (with deadline of March 31, but extensions may be permitted, if needed ;-) ), as shown here: https://bridgingtransport.org/. So please get your work ready for that in time, & feel free to register today! (We also permit published work that needs disseminating. As with most conferences, there are no proceedings, to protect copyright. But we do make all recordings available, so you can see what sessions you missed [in both hemispheres!] here: https://bridgingtransport.org/instruction-for-presenters/archive-of-btr-....) As you have noticed, we try to bring people from all over the globe together, with no visa or cost (& minimal effort) restrictions. So please do tell your friends – anywhere. The Call for Papers is attached.

Thanks so much, and all the best for this new year,

Kara
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Dr. Kara Kockelman, PhD, PE
Dewitt Greer Centennial Professor of Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin
Departments of Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering
301 E. Dean Keeton St., Stop C1761, Office: 6.9 ECJ
Austin, TX 78712-1112
512-471-0210 (FAX: 512-475-8744)
kkockelm@mail.utexas.edu
http://www.caee.utexas.edu/prof/kockelman