10:30 - 11:30 AM

Room 102: Using Bike Count Data / Cycle Atlanta

Room 123: Adopt-a-Something App

Room 125: Self Driving / Connected / Autonomous Vehicles

Room 127: Mobile Payments Using Smart Phones

Room 129: App Connecting Various Transportation Options

Room 131: Bridging the Digital Divide in Community Engagement

Room 262: City-Interfacing Mobile Video Games

Room 272: Sharing-Rides App (Lyft/Uber/Kanga)

Room 278: Apps to Support Safe Routes to Transit

Room 280: Tranportation & Accessibility to Quality Food

11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

Room 102: How Should Transit Riders and Agencies Communicate?

Room 123: Can Citizens Create their own Transpo Hacks?

Room 125: ARC One-Click System

Room 127: Improving MARTA UX

Room 129: Better Beltline Brainstorm

Room 131: Electrical Vehicle Ride Share

Room 262: Better Carpooling + Bike Trains

Room 272: Smart Parking

Room 280: MARTA Army / MARTA Perception

Room 323: Transit Ideation + Gamestorming

1:45 - 2:45 PM

Room 102: History of MARTA Planning

Room 123: The Atlanta Cycling Festival

Room 125: Equitable Transit

Room 127: Transit Oriented Development

Room 129: Cycling vs Streetcar

Room 131: Fixing Broken Sidewalks

Room 262: Improving the Build Environment to Improve Health

Room 272: Political Strategy for Transit Expansion in Atlanta

Room 278: Convincing Uniterested Residents to Support Alt. Transportation

Room 280: How to Plan without Gentrification

Room 323: Promoting Transit for Workplaces

3:00 - 4:00 PM

Room 102: Federal Policy / Innovative funding

Room 123: BikeShare ATL

Room 125: Student Involvement in Transit

Room 127: Bringing MARTA to Clayton County

Room 129: ATL 2017: Goodbye Braves, Hello MLS

Room 131: Private Shuttles (Atlantic Station, GT, etc.)

Room 272: Secure Bicycle Parking

Room 278: Public Policy and Transportation

Room 280: Public Art and Transportation

Room 323: Getting Millenials and Gen-Xers to Ride Transit

General Info

Following on the success of the sold-out inaugural event in February 2013, TranspotationCamp South is returning to Atlanta in April 2014.

This year, we are joining forces with Govathon and Code for Atlanta to produce a one-of-a-kind combined event that will see TransportationCamp run concurrently with a transportation-focused civic hackathon. While participants will register for either TransportationCamp or Govathon, joint brainstorming sessions will be held Saturday morning, and attendees are encouraged to “float” between both events’ activities for the duration of the weekend. The result will be a series of tangible, technology-based solutions to our most pressing transportation challenges.


Register online at The collaboration page is coming soon. Follow us on Twitter for the latest updates at @TranspoCampSo.


The venue for both TransportationCamp South and Govathon is the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, a state-of-the-art educational facility located at the heart of the Georgia Tech campus. A happy hour hosted by Young Professionals in Transportation - Atlanta will follow TransportationCamp on Saturday (Location TBD).

Organizers and Sponsorship

Thank you to our 2014 Sponsors:


TransportationCamp South / Govathon 2014 is organized by Code for Atlanta, Georgia Tech Urban Transportation Information Lab, Conveyal, Citizens for Progressive Transit, and Imagine Atlanta.