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Tenth National GIS in Transit Conference
September 6-8, 2017 (Note that Labor Day is Sept 4)
Washington, DC

The National Center for Transit Research, Urban and Regional Information Systems Association and the Transportation Research Board are pleased to announce the 10th National GIS in Transit Conference, taking place September 6-8, 2017 in Washington, DC! Join us for comprehensive education, networking, and professional development. The conference counts toward GISP Education Points and was approved for 46.5 AICP-CM credits. Take advantage of this outstanding continuing education opportunity.

Creating an attendee profile within Sched DOES NOT REGISTER you for the conference or specific workshops. You must register for the conference here. 

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Holly Krambeck

The World Bank
Senior Economist
Holly Krambeck leads a diverse investment portfolio of urban and rural transport projects, as well as a series of initiatives for integrating innovative, low cost technologies for transport data collection and analysis into Bank operations. She has led the creation of the world's first informal transit system map using open data standards, the first open-source road crash recording and analysis system, as well as the first open data collaborative with ridesharing companies for sharing traffic data. These initiatives, among others, are designed to increase the capacity of resource-constrained transport agencies to more effectively plan and manage transport systems. Prior to joining the Bank, Holly worked as an infrastructure economics and finance specialist with Parsons Brinckerhoff, an international civil and environmental engineering firm, where she was task lead and project manager for transport infrastructure projects in the US, East and Southeast Asia, and in Central America. Holly holds master's degrees in transport engineering and in urban planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.