RESCHEDULED: Tech Talk! Green Infrastructure in Transportation

~updated March 18, 2019

Join the NJDOT Bureau of Research on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 for a half-day Tech Talk! event on “Green Infrastructure in Transportation.” This event will highlight transportation-related Green Infrastructure projects implemented for stormwater management and how these efforts respond to the increasing intensity and frequency of severe weather events and subsequent flooding.

Attendees will hear presentations from both state DOT officials and local agencies. Representatives of New Jersey, Maine, and Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation will present Stormwater Best Management Practices to control and treat highway and parking lot runoff, including permeable pavements, wetlands, bio-swales, bio-retention basins, and rain gardens. Local agencies Passaic County and City of Hoboken will present their priority strategies and actions for addressing stormwater management through the adoption and implementation of Green Infrastructure Strategic Plans. AICP CM and NJ PE credit available.

Invited speakers include:

  • Sandra Blick, NJDOT, BLAES
  • Brian Luce, Maine DOT
  • Elaine Elbich, PennDOT
  • Edwina Lam, AECOM
  • Kandyce Perry, New Jersey Future
  • Jason Miranda, Passaic County Dept of Planning
  • Caleb Stratton, Chief Resiliency Officer, City of Hoboken

The event is free to attend, but you must register ahead of time to attend:

Tech Talk! Green Infrastructure in Transportation Registration
Date: June 5, 2019
Time: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
: 8:30 am
Location: NJ DOT Headquarters
Multipurpose Room
1035 Parkway Avenue
Ewing, NJ 08625

Note: The event had previously been “sold-out”. If you previously registered, then you remain registered for this event. If you cannot attend on the rescheduled date, or have questions, please email us at
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