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Akerman LLP

98 Southwest 7th Street

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Miami, FL 33131

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TransportationCamp Comes to Florida for the First Time as a "Climate Action" from the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit!

#SmartMiami has partnered with DC based Mobility Lab's Transportation Camp to present Transportation Camp Florida as part of the weeklong National Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 5-11th).

Agenda:

May 9th

7:30 am Registration, Breakfast, Networking

8:15am Welcome Remarks

8:30am Miami-Dade County Fmr. Chairman & District 13 Commissioner Bovo (Confirmed)

9:05 am Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Director Frank Rollason (Confirmed)

9:50am Miami-Dade County Citizen's Independent Transportation Trust (CITT) Director Javier Betancourt (Confirmed)

11:00am Honorable Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava: Sustainable Transportation

11:30am Catered Buffet Lunch & Lecture from Miami Access Tunnel President Christopher Hodgkins, debuting the first sea level rise ready Tunnel in the Country and Private Public Partnership (P3) Best Practice (Confirmed)

1pm Buses Depart from Akerman to Port Miami

2pm Afternoon Tours & Honorary Plaque Ceremony

* Port Miami (Confirmed)
* Miami Tunnel (Confirmed)

4:15pm Buses Depart from Miami Tunnel to Yard House Miami Beach

5:00pm Catered Opening Reception at Yard House Miami Beach

May 10th

7:30 am Registration, Breakfast, Networking

8:15am Day 2 Opening Remarks from #SmartMiami

8:30 am Russ Musgrove, Managing Director of Global Vehicles, FedEx Express (Confirmed)

9:00 am Fireside Chat with Neighborland: Dan Parham, CEO, Neighborland and Miami-Dade County Director of Transportation & Public Works Alice Bravo (Confirmed)

10:10 am Panel on Transportation + Evacuations from Barbara Webster, Sr. Director of Emergency Response and Business Continuity for Spirit Airlines; Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Six Maintenance Engineer Renato Marrero P.E: Mohammed Hadi, Ph.D., Professor & Director, Lehman Center for Transportation Research, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Florida International University; Sirish Namilae, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

(Confirmed)

11:30am Ray Martinez, VP Operations, Super Bowl LIV 2020 Host Committe (Confirmed)

12:00 pm Lunch on Your Own in Brickell City Centre

1:00 pm Unconference Session 1 in four breakout rooms (Sustainable Transportation, Infrastructure & Development, Emergency Management & Disasters and Transportation Equity)

2:00pm Unconference Session #2

3:00 pm Unconference Session #3

4:00pm Unconference Session #4

Transportation Equity Workshop with Miami-Dade Department of Transportation & Public Works (DTPW) Director Alice Bravo (Confirmed)

5:00pm Closing Reception at Latin Cafe Brickell


What is an Unconference?
This is not a traditional conference. The session topics and activities are suggested by the attendees. In addition to talks and presentations from big names in transportation and technology, TransportationCamp provides an opportunity for every attendee to be a participant in shaping and leading the event. Be prepared to get involved and meet people!

This is a professional event for transportation & regional planners, architects, engineers, researchers, real estate developers, infrastructure experts, public administrators, emergency managers and college level students.

This is a Statewide program meant to bring professionals and government together from around the State to learn & share best practices, build collaboration, and find pathways to increased jobs, contracting, policies and programs to support Florida's continued growth and leadership in emergency management, logistics & trade, real estate, construction and infrastructure sectors to retain construction, real estate, architecture, transportation and engineering talent, investment and ensure that we are regionally prepared for a hurricane.

Tickets will include meals and two full days of programming at Akerman and Port Miami.

Visit www.tcampflorida.org for more information and how to get involved. For sponsorship opportunities, please email david@smartcohort.org. To donate to Center for Social Change, project SmartMiami to support a week's worth of programming, please visit https://www.4socialchange.org/about/donate/

Follow us on Twitter @TCampFL and use the hashtag #TCAMPFL19 to connect with local leaders and doers in transportation.

Thank You to All of Our Sponsors!

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Akerman LLP

98 Southwest 7th Street

1100

Miami, FL 33131

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