September 24, 2016—Shepard Hall, City College of New York
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TransportationCamp NYC 2016 will foster open conversation and collaboration between all parties interested in mobility and the radical changes the near-future promises in transportation.
Our goal is to assemble planners, software developers, engineers, students, dreamers, and professionals for an exciting day of “un-conferencing.” Unlike a traditional conference, the specific session topics are determined by participants, which provides each attendee an opportunity to lead and shape the event.
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TransportationCamp NYC will be held at the City College of New York in Shepard Hall, 160 Convent Avenue, New York, NY 10031 (at the intersection of Convent Avenue and W. 140th St., close to the 1, A, C, and D trains).
Things To Know
If you’re joining us at TransportationCamp NYC 2016, here are a few things you’ll want to know about the event:
Dress code: It’s an unconference—casual is fine!
Internet access: Limited Wi-Fi will be available in some event spaces—we’ll have more information when you check in. You may also want to bring your own connectivity (like a phone you can tether or a mobile hotspot), especially if you’ll need it for a demo you’re planning.
Presentation pointers: Many of the breakout rooms are equipped with a projector, so if you’re thinking of proposing a session and you’d like to present, bring a laptop. We’ll supply a VGA cable; remember to bring an adaptor for VGA if your laptop needs one. Most breakout rooms will also have a chalkboard.
First time at an unconference?: Check out How TransportationCamp works: the essential guide for a quick introduction!
Finally, please note that this event will be photographed and filmed. TransportationCamp is built on openness and transparency, and we want to continue with that tradition by capturing the action at Camp and sharing it with the broader community. In fact, we encourage everyone to share what goes on here, but please be respectful of your fellow Campers.
- 9:00 AM - Doors open; breakfast in the Great Hall
- 10:00 AM - Welcome remarks, introductions, and session planning in the Great Hall
- 11:10 AM - Session 1 (in classrooms)
- 12:15 PM - Lunch in the Great Hall
- 1:30 PM - Session 2 (in classrooms)
- 2:30 PM - Session 3 (in classrooms)
- 3:30 PM - Snack
- 4:00 PM - Session 4 (in classrooms)
- 5:00 PM - Reception at Harlem Tavern, sponsored by Young Professionals in Transportation