TRB Promotional Opportunities

Become a Patron

The Transportation Research Board has developed an enhanced patron program for the 99th Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. Maximize the visibility of your organization with a patron, sponsorship, or advertising opportunity, available at all levels of investment. Build your network and extend your reach to leaders and professionals in the government, industry, and academia looking to fulfill their current transportation needs with your innovative solutions.

View the full benefits comparison chart to see which patron support level is right for you.

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Sponsor a Reception or Caucus Reserve your Table at the Career Fair

Careers in Motion Networking Fair provides an opportunity for prospective employers from a wide range of sectors and modes to meet with transportation professionals interested in working for their organizations. The attendees are meeting registrants who span career levels from seasoned executives to recent graduates. Hiring managers will be onsite and ready to offer career information and advice. Click here for available opportunities, or learn more here.

Advertise in the Final Program

Advertise in the TRB 99th Annual Meeting printed Final Program! Advertising space must be secured by Friday, November 1, 2019.

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Solutions Showcase Theater

Have you ever wished you could highlight the value of your organization in a theater setting, to take advantage of the energy and excitement of TRB’s Annual Meeting and exhibits? Well, now you can! The Solutions Showcase Theater in the exhibit hall will give Annual Meeting exhibitors and patrons the exclusive opportunity to make 30-minute presentations on the goods, services, and solutions their organizations provide.

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Demographics of Registered Attendees at the 98th Annual Meeting in January 2019

More than 13,000 policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions attended the 98th Annual Meeting in January 2019 to discover the latest innovations.    

ATTENDEE ORGANIZATIONAL TYPES


 

TRB Demographics Graphic

Gradiant1Public Sector Total – 26.33% 

      State Highway/Transportation Department

10.00%

      U.S. DOT

4.22%

      Local or Regional Government Agency

2.60%

      Non-U.S. Government

1.65%

      Transit Agency

1.63%

      Other U.S. Federal Government

1.48%

      Other State Government

0.34%

      Port Authority

0.28%

      Academia

36.01%

      Contractor/Consultant

20.60%

      Industry

6.99%

      Research Institution

6.09%

      Other

4.38%

      Aviation

0.61%

      Railroad

0.36%

      Media

0.33%

ATTENDEE AREAS OF INTEREST


Administration and Management 1,596
Aviation 1,142
Bridges and Other Structures 1,892
Construction 2,105
Data and Information Technology 3,767
Design 2,404
Economics 1,908
Education and Training 1,450
Energy 1,373
Environment 2,534
Finance 941
Freight Transportation 1,943
Geotechnology 913
History 628
Hydraulics and Hydrology 481
Law 712
Maintenance and Preservation 8
Marine Transportation 695
Materials 1,737
Operations and Traffic Management 3,546
Pavements 2,265
Pedestrians and Bicyclists 3,127
Pipelines 356
Planning and Forecasting 3,890
Policy 3,335
Public Transportation 4,428
Railroads 1,728
Research (about research) 2,212
Safety and Human Factors 3,036
Security and Emergencies 785
Society 1,090
Terminals and Facilities 752
Transportation, General 6,352
Vehicles and Equipment 1,744

ATTENDEES BY JOB TYPE


Attorney 0.97%
Business Development Specialist 1.39%
CEO/President/Director/Executive Officer 7.48%
Economic Development Specialist 0.25%
Elected Official/Staff 0.15%
Enforcement/First Responder 0.06%
Engineer 20.11%
Environmental Analyst 1.56%
Financial/Accountant/Auditor 0.34%
Government Relations/Public 1.50%
Information/Marketing/Communications 1.23%
Operations Coordinator Manager 1.41%
Other 4.06%
Planner/Modeler 5.94%
Policy Analyst 2.64%
Professor 11.06%
Program or Project Coordinator/Manager 7.19%
Purchasing Agent/Contracts 0.07%
Researcher 12.13%
Software Engineer/Developer 0.68%
Student 18.51%
Technical - Construction, Design or Materials 1.26%

ATTENDEES BY REGION


 

TRB Map

U.S. REGIONS

  North Eastern

33%

  South Eastern

26%

  Midwest

16%

  Western

25%

ALL REGIONS (Including U.S.)

Africa

0.19%

Asia

6.53%

Central America

0.04%

Europe

6.05%

Middle East

0.94%

North America

84.85%

    Canada (3.91%)
    Mexico (0.34%)
    USA (95.74%)

Australia/New Zealand

0.61%

South America

0.77%

The Caribbean

0.01%