Tompkins County and Cornell University are hosting their second TransportationCamp Ithaca, on Saturday, June 17, 2017, 8AM-4PM, at Klarman Hall, 232 East Avenue, on the Cornell campus.

The three primary objectives are: to offer a high quality TransportationCamp experience in Upstate NY, to focus on challenges and solutions to medium & small urban and rural mobility, and to explore how technologies and better practices can be used to transform peoples’ mobility choices and community livability.

TransportationCamp fosters open conversation and collaboration between people interested in urban and rural mobility amid radical changes in the near- future. Camp is an opportunity to explore questions, promote new ideas and network with fellow participants.

As an unconference, participants propose the sessions. Concurrent sessions are then scheduled. Classrooms have internet and digital projectors. Sessions may be facilitated or open discussions, or presentations. Be creative. This format fosters exchange of innovative ideas in a high-energy environment. Be a part of shaping the explosive pace of change in technology, shared use mobility, mobility-as- a-service, TNC service models, mobility & equity, social entrepreneurship, mobility management, innovative community engagement, and a host of other issues. Bring your ideas and lead a session!

In addition to a full day of TransportationCamp excitement, your ticket also includes breakfast & lunch. For $25 it is an amazing deal (limited number of student tickets for $15). Early-bird discounts are available until May

Questions? Send an email to or 607-274-5605.