At Foursquare ITP we believe that learning from and sharing our knowledge with others in the industry is a key part of achieving our vision of better communities through leadership in transportation planning. In recent years, we have had the pleasure of presenting our work at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, the American Planning Association National and local conferences, Rail~Volution, National Association of City Transportation Officials conferences, Better Bike Share conferences, the Institute of Transportation Engineers local conferences, and the Women’s Transportation Seminar National conference, among others.

We look forward to seeing our colleagues and friends throughout the year and at the following upcoming events:





April 26, 2021
Session 2A
11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.


Mid-Colonial District ITE Annual Meeting

Sandy Brennan and David Miller, PTP – Presenting: Market & Gap Analysis, and Performance Evaluation, to Identify Transit Investment Corridors for the Central Maryland Regional Transit Plan (CMRTP)

May 13, 2021
11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m.


WTS Annual Conference

Shana Johnson, AICP – Presenting: Implementing Innovations in Transit and Shared Mobility: The Future of Innovation in Transportation

June 21–24, 2021


TRB Conference on Transportation Planning Applications (AppCon 2021)

Andrew Zalewski, AICP – Presenting: Statewide Transit Planning: Purposes and Approaches

July 12–15, 2021


Esri User Conference

Jennifer Hopkins – Presenting: MTA Bus Stop Project Tracker: How Apps Led to Key Collaboration Across Departments

July 12–15, 2021


Esri User Conference

Rebecca Slocum – Presenting: Creating Statewide Bike and Pedestrian Networks

August 1–4, 2021

Walt Disney World Resort
Lake Buena Vista, Florida

Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) International Conference

Matt Jones – Presenting: Creating Partnerships for Transportation Equity

October 25–27, 2021


TRB Conference on Rural Public and Intercity Bus Transportation

Shana Johnson, AICP – Presenting: Public Transportation in Appalachia