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We’re looking forward to the fifth Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference heading back to Austin from May 2-4, 2018, at the AT&T Conference Center on the University of Texas at Austin campus.
Not sure what TTAT is? Maybe need a refresher from years past? No problem! Check out highlights from previous TTAT conferences below. Get inspired by past years’s sessions, keynotes, and mobile workshops. Start thinking about what you can share at and take away from TTAT 2018. Once this trip down memory lane has you ready for another great conference, then it’s time to register for the conference, book your hotel room, and submit a session to present in 2018.
Ask An Attendee: Why Register for TTAT 2016? (BikeTexas)
Cycling Advocates Say Confidence Is The Key To Getting More Houstonians On Bikes (Houston Public Media)
Cycling Advocates Say Electric Bikes Could Change The Way People Get Around Houston (Houston Public Media)
Event showcases electric bikes to relieve Houston traffic (Houston Chronicle)
Houston Electric Bike Expo: Transportation, Media, and Fun! (Electric Bike Report)
It’s Electrifying! (BikeTexas)
Turner gets bike crowd moving, on its feet (Houston Chronicle)
Betsy Price and Bike Fort Worth (Asakura Robinson)
Brownsville Wins Great Texas Trail Head Award (Valley Morning Star)
Conference Summary from an Out-of-State Advocate (Bike Oklahoma)
Even Bicycling is Bigger in Texas (Georgia Bikes)
Texas is on Fire! And other Great Texas Happenings (Adventure Cycling Association)
The Thirty Minute City and the Futility (or Stupidity) of Endless Highway Building (D Magazine | Patrick Kennedy)
Bike Friendly Oak Cliff Wins Bicycle and Pedestrian Activist of the Year (Bike Friendly Oak Cliff)
Bogatá, Seville, and Dallas (Cheekyness | Su Wilcox)
Congressman Jim Oberstar (Cheekyness | Su Wilcox)
Mission Ride (Cheekyness | Su Wilcox)
Mobile Sessions Get TTAT Moving (BikeTexas)
San Antonio B-Cycle (Cheekyness | Su Wilcox)
Texas State Senator Rodney Ellis (Cheekyness | Su Wilcox)
Four Days of Conference Were Action Packed! (BikeTexas)
Way back in the day
Before there was TTAT, the Texas Trails Network put on the annual Texas Trails Conference that was the precursor to the current conference.