ICOET 2019

Welcome to ICOET 2019, Register Now!

Join us for the tenth biennial ICOET conference hosted by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and California Department of Fish and Wildlife, with support from the US DOT Federal Highway Administration. ICOET is the foremost interdisciplinary, inter-agency supported conference addressing the broad range of ecological issues related to transportation systems in all modes.The conference is organized by the Road Ecology Center (UC Davis), with assistance from the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies and the National Center for Sustainable Transportation at UC Davis.

Early Registration for ICOET 2019 is now open. Go here to register.  Go here for more background information.

Accommodation information and links are at the top of this page.

We have completed review of posters and you should have received a notification on acceptance by now. If you have not, please email fmshilling@ucdavis.edu. We are reviewing abstracts for podium presentations and events (panels, symposia, workshops) and hope to have decisions on those by 3rd week of June.

Developing Country Delegates and Students, click here and help us help you to participate.This year's conference will feature keynote addresses; plenary and contributed technical/scientific talks; workshops, panels, and symposia; technical posters and exhibits; special evening events; and an exciting array of field trips from the coast to Lake Tahoe.

State Department of Transportation staff. We have funding from FHWA to help defray your costs. If cost is keeping you from attending, please contact Fraser Shilling (fmshilling@ucdavis.edu) to determine what we can do for you.

ICOET is the foremost interdisciplinary, inter-agency supported conference addressing the broad range of ecological issues related to transportation systems in all modes. Experts in transportation development, related scientific study, policy issues, and administrative processes gather at ICOET to share current research, quality applications, and best practices that can enhance both the project development process and the ecological sustainability of all transportation modes.

The ICOET program includes podium presentations, posters, field trips, and exhibits on topics of interest to scientists, engineers, planners, project managers, administrators, and policy makers. Hundreds of professionals—representing government, Tribal, academic, nongovernmental, and private industry organizations—from the United States and more than 20 countries regularly attend ICOET.