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Building the Transport Infrastructure of Tomorrow

“Automated, Connected, Safe & Intelligent ”

A shift towards new mobility services will require continuous innovation and creative thinking far beyond what the current transportation system has been designed for.
With more than 150 internationally recognized speakers sharing their engineering and business insights, the IRF Global R2T Conference & Exhibition is uniquely positioned to usher in an era of automated, connected, safe & intelligent transportation services.
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Topics

  • Automation in Construction
  • Asset Management
  • Connected & Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs): Readying our Road Infrastructure
  • Innovative Materials and Technology
  • Pavement Preservation
  • Towards Zero Deaths

Why Participate? 

Share: R2T is the international meeting point where leading industry innovators, researchers, and stakeholders acquire essential engineering & business insights, and help build tomorrow's transportation infrastructure today.

Engage: R2T will push the boundaries of 21st century roads & mobility. Meet global thought leaders and discover pioneering concepts through our program of live demonstrations and applied knowledge sessions.

Grow: Place your company's brand, technologies and services at center stage during R2T and gain exposure in front of top decision makers, government officials and buyers worldwide.

Headline Speakers

H.E. Abdullah Al-Mogbel

Chairman | International Road Federation

H.E. Mattar Al Tayer

Director-General; Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors | Dubai Roads and Transportation Authority

Randell Iwasaki

Executive Director | Contra Costa Transportation Authority

Skhumbuzo Macozoma

CEO | South African National Roads Agency

Paul C. Ajegba

Director | Michigan Department of Transportation

Who Should Attend 

  • Construction Contractors, Engineers & Managers
  • Equipment Manufacturers, Suppliers and Distributors
  • Highway Agency & Municipal Staff in charge of tenders
  • Highway Agency & Transportation Officials
  • Design Consultants, Engineers & Managers
  • Engineering Services Professionals
  • Transport Research Institutes
  • University Researchers and Professors
  • Traffic Technology and ITS Consultants, Engineers and Managers

Message from the Conference Scientific & Technical Committee Chairs

Technology and innovations are evolving at a pace never seen before in the history of the road and transport sector. From innovations in materials, such as self-healing concrete and rubberized asphalt, to advances in construction equipment automation, and of course, the dawn of the connected and automated vehicle, we are on a verge of a new era. With such remarkable developments, we found it very important to organize a global event that brought together the most innovative researchers with the top practitioners and users of innovation and technology. As such it is our pleasure invite innovators, researchers and practitioners to submit abstracts in the following topics and help us build tomorrow’s transport infrastructure today.

Dr. Kamil Kaloush, Professor, Arizona State University
Dr. Moses Karakouzian, Professor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Call for Abstracts (No Paper Required)

The Scientific & Technical Committee of IRF has selected 6 tracks for inclusion in the international call for Papers:
1. Asset Management
Pavement & Bridge management systems (research and implementations)
Non-destructive testing
Life cycle cost analysis
Maintenance, repair, and replacement techniques

2. Innovative Materials and Technology
Concrete Materials (ultra-high-performance concrete, self-healing concrete, etc.).
Asphalt concrete (Superpave mixture designs, warm mixtures, use of fibers, polymers, crumb rubber, etc.)
Recycled and waste materials
Fiber reinforced polymers
Curing compounds
Nano-materials in infrastructure projects and surface treatments

3. Towards Zero Deaths
Road Risk Diagnosis & Road Safety Audit
Advances in rigid, semi-rigid, and flexible barriers
New approach guardrail transitions
New energy-absorbing technologies – crash cushions, guardrail end terminals, TMAs, & luminaire poles
High-Friction Surface Treatments (HFSTs)
Lane marking and retro-reflectivity
Advances in Vehicle to Roadside Infrastructure (V2RI) technologies
Temporary Traffic Control Safety

4. Connected & Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs): Readying our Road Infrastructure
Big Data as a key enabler for mobility services
GIS Solutions for Highway & Road Management
City Street & Highway Design for CAVs
Smart Cities: from Concept to Reality

5. Structural Design
Girder bridges with superior structural performance
Arch bridges, suspension, and cable-stayed bridges
Standard Bridge Solutions
New Technologies in Accelerated Bridge Construction
Value engineering

6. Road User Charging & Travel Demand Management

Technologies for Travel Demand Management
Road Pricing
Road Pricing for Freight
Effectiveness of Distance Based Charging
Technologies for Urban Road Pricing

Submission Timeline & Guidelines

Authors whose abstracts have been accepted are invited to take note of the following paper submission and acceptance schedule.

May 10 – Abstract Submission Deadline
April 19 – Abstract Acceptance Notification / May 24th for Late Submissions
July 15 - Paper Submission Deadline (Only for those wishing to have a paper appear in the conference proceedings)
August 15 – Paper Acceptance Notification

Submit your Abstract Submit your Paper Download the Powerpoint Template

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Place your company’s brand, products and services at center stage during this high-level industry event. With an exhibit or sponsorship package you can build greater market awareness by increasing your exposure in front of top decision makers, government officials and buyers who are directly involved with road and transport infrastructure industry programs.

Exhibit Rates

BOOTH PACKAGE INCLUDES (per 100 SqFt)
• Pipe and drape (Linear booths include three side walls. Peninsula booths only have a back wall.)
• Identification sign (Linear Booths)
• Inclusion in the printed and online directory
• 1 Conference Registration
• 5 Exhibitor Passes
• 2 chairs, 1 table, & 1 electrical socket

Exhibitor: 33 USD per sqft (Min 100 sqft)
Exhibitor (IRF Member) 27 USD per sqft (Min 100 sqft)

Exhibit Hours

Tuesday November 19, 2019 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Wednesday November 20, 2019 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday November 21, 2019 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

CONFERENCE SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS & RATES

Place your company’s brand, products and services at center stage during this high-level industry event. With an exhibit or sponsorship package you can build greater market awareness by increasing your exposure in front of top decision makers, government officials and buyers who are directly involved with road and transport infrastructure industry programs

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MEMBER COST $50,000$25,000$15,000$10,000$3,000
NON-MEMBER COST$60,000$31,250$18,750$12,500$5,000
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SPONSORSHIPS1510OPENOPEN
NUMBER OF REGISTRATIONS 1510732
OPPORTUNITY TO PRESENT
SPONSORSHIP ON-LINE AFTER EVENT
ACCESS TO VIP REFRESHMENT LOUNGE
SPONSORSHIP RECOGNITION AT COFFEE BREAK
GALA DINNER SPONSORSHIP
ADVERTISEMENT IN EXHIBITOR GUIDEFull Page Full Page Half Page Quarter Page
LOGO IN EVENT PROGRAM
MATERIALS IN CONGRESS BRIEFCASE
PUBLICITY/FOLDERS/PAPER/PENS HANDOUTS
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ADVANCED PUBLICIATION/WEBSITE LINK
LOGO RECOGNITION AT EVENT
15 MINUTE LIVE THEATRE PRESENTATION IN
THE EXHIBITION

DEFINED BENEFIT PACKAGES

  • Gala Dinner Sponsor: 15,000 USD
  • Lanyard Sponsor: 5,000 USD
  • Lunch Sponsor (On exhibit floor): 6,000 USD
  • Session Sponsor: 5,000 USD
  • Advertisement in the Exhibitor Guide: 750 USD

Official Venue & Accommodation Hotel

Tropicana Las Vegas

  3801 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

   http://www.troplv.com/

* Special IRF Rate: 85 USD + 20 Resort Fee

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Technical Site Visit 1

CENTENNIAL BOWL

The $73 million project — located where U.S. Highway 95 meets the 215 Beltway in northwest Las Vegas — entails building the state’s second longest bridge, at 75 feet tall by 39 feet wide, with a concrete box girder structure measuring 2,635 feet long. The project calls for removing part of the Oso Blanca Road ramp and the old north-to-west loop, making room for three new freeway flyover ramp connections, including: eastbound 215 Beltway to U.S. 95 southbound, U.S. 95 southbound to 215 Beltway eastbound, and U.S. 95 southbound to 215 Beltway westbound. The project is scheduled to finish
in the spring of 2021, with the final phase of the Centennial Bowl project, 3-D, being advertised six months prior to Phase ll’s completion, to ensure a seamless construction timetable. The first phase of the Centennial Bowl project completed in summer 2017.

Technical Site Visit 2

Freeway and Arterial System of Transportation (FAST)

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC)’s traffic management center is one of the first truly integrated Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) in the country. The advanced intelligent traffic management center, also known as the Freeway and Arterial System of Transportation (FAST), operates across all of Southern Nevada’s jurisdictions and in partnership with the Nevada Department of Transportation and the Nevada Highway Patrol. FAST is responsible for the coordination and communication to traffic signals throughout Southern Nevada and the operation and maintenance of numerous technologies to monitor and help control traffic flow along area freeways.

H.E. Abdullah Al-Mogbel

Chairman | International Road Federation

H.E. Mattar Al Tayer

Director-General; Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors | Dubai Roads and Transportation Authority

Randell Iwasaki

Executive Director | Contra Costa Transportation Authority

Skhumbuzo Macozoma

CEO | South African National Roads Agency

Paul C. Ajegba

Director | Michigan Department of Transportation

David Swallow

Deputy CEO | Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada

Dr. Bill Sowell

President | Eberle Design Inc

Shelley Row, P.E., CSP

President | Shelley Row Associates

Thomas J Topolski

Executive Vice President, Critical Infrastructure | Parsons Corporation

Christopher Heiser

Co-founder & CEO | Renovo

More Information

Magid Elabyad, Vice President International Programs & Member Services

+1 703 535 1001

melabyad@irf.global

International Road Federation
Madison Place
500 Montgomery Street
Fifth Floor
Alexandria, VA 22314
USA

Details

Date:
November 22
Venue:
Tropicana Las Vegas
Address:
3801 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Las Vegas, NV United States

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Cost:
IRF MEMBERS
Delegates: $700
Speakers: $510

NON MEMBERS
Delegates: $850
Speakers: $590

US Government / City & State Officials: $150


IRF Fellows: $150

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