Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference (OTEC)
OTEC has been the place for transportation professionals to learn about and discuss new ways to safely and efficiently move people and goods throughout the state.
Join Transportation officials, government and members of the academic community at Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference — one of the nation’s largest transportation conferences. The conference features exciting speakers, technical sessions and an exhibition hall. Meet other professionals in your specialty area and share stories of innovation and transportation.
The Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference is a two-day event attended by over 3,750 people nationally. OTEC is organized to provide something for everyone interested in Ohio’s transportation industry. The program tries to address the latest policy and technical information, as well as covering new ideas in transportation policy, planning, environmental, design, construction, maintenance, operation, local government, and management of transportation resources.
- Tim Miller: Delivering the Newest Interstate in the Nation
- Peter Flynn: Landslide Stabilization Case Studies
- Scott Lowry: Electric Vehicles: Charging Forward
- Diane Newton: Automated Vehicles: Deployments, Drivers and Data
- Steven Main: Improving Your Data with Advanced Technology and Standards (Moderator)
- Bob Page: Protecting Indiana’s Most Traveled Corridor
- Tom Timcho: Connected Vehicles: The Road Ahead
- Matt Wahl: Opportunity Corridor: Conception to Completion
- Pete Costa: All Things Electric: Understanding What EV Technology Means for Complete Streets
- Katie Zehnder: Connected Vehicles and Smart Work Zones/ Smart Cities and Corridors
- Tim Brandstetter: Integrating All Transport Solutions – Emergency Vehicles, Transit, and Peds