Our 2019 Annual Conference and Exhibition will be held September 9-11, 2019, at the JW Marriott LA LIVE in Los Angeles.
Connect with the ITS community in California and learn about the latest advances in the industry! Meet and hear from transportation specialists in government, industry, and academic organizations. Exchange ideas, solutions, and success stories on a number of topics relevant to today’s fast-growing transportation technology industry. View the event flyer for more information.
Our lineup will include the CEO of LA Metro, the Director of Strategic Analytics, the Director of the ArtCenter College of Design and the President of ITS America!
We offer technical sessions across over dozen topics from Emerging Technologies to Smart Mobility Planning. Please see our flyer (linked above) for more information.
Tours and other Fun Activities
We will offer tours of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena (SOLD OUT!), the ArtCenter College of Design, and the highly successful LA Metro ExpressLanes! Register soon!
We also will be hosting our fun golf outing before the event (register separately for that), three sponsored receptions, a 90-Booth exhibit hall, connected vehicle training and the best food around!
Vendor Technology Showcase
We offer several ways our vendors can showcase their latest developments. This year, we will once again feature the highly successful Vendor Technology Showcase. Each exhibitor will be allocated time to address conference attendees.
Become an ITS California Member and save!
Most ITSCA sponsorship levels and primary membership levels qualify for a limited number of complimentary or reduced-price registrations to the Annual Conference.
The 2019 Annual Conference and Exhibition rates are as follows:
Full Registration (member) – $480
Full Registration (non-member) – $625
One-day Registration (member) – $300
One-day Registration (non-Member) – $400
Speaker – $350
Extra Delegate – $300 (for those already exhibiting at the conference that need to sign up an extra attendee)
Limited Hotel Rooms Available at Discounted Conference Rate
The meeting will be held at the luxurious JW Marriott in downtown Los Angeles from September 9-11, 2019. Unfortunately the block of rooms set aside at the JW Marriott and Sheraton Grand are sold out. We have arranged another block of rooms at the nearby LUXE with a discounted room rate for our attendees of $279/night.
You can also contact the Luxe Hotel Reservations Department at (213) 743-7601 to create reservations from 9AM-4PM PST M-F.
To receive the group rates, the group should identify themselves as part of ITS California.
Please note that deadline for room reservations is August 23, 2019.
Parking and Transportation
The Marriott offers valet parking at $49/day. There is public parking available at LA Live, generally the rate is $28 max per day ($10 for the first two hours and $10 for each additional 1/2 hour for short stays).
For these reasons we strongly encourage all attendees to take advantage of the easy transit access to the hotel. A Metro round trip is $3.50. You can take the Metro Blue or Expo lines to Pico Station, a 2-minute walk from LA Live. From Metro Red or Purple line, exit at 7th St / Metro Center, a 7-minute walk away.
If you need to drive, another hybrid option is to park at LA Union Station, where parking is $8/day, then taking Metro to the hotel as recommended above. Daily parking at Union Station is available at the Patsaouras Plaza / Metro structure at Vignes/Cesar Chavez Avenue for $8/day. (see info page here).
Join us for the 4th Annual ITS California Golf Outing!
Sunday, September 8, 2019, 7AM check-in, 8AM Shotgun Start (Scramble format)
Industry Hills Golf Club, Dwight Eisenhower Course, One Industry Hills Parkway, City of Industry
$99 per player, includes greens fees, cart, breakfast and range balls
Sponsorship opportunities are available for Breakfast, Closest-to-the-pin and Longest Drive prizes!
Mulligans may be purchased at check-in for $10 each, cash only (limit 2 per player)
2019 Annual Meeting Presentations
Session 1: Unveiling New Technologies – Applications for Future Cities
Session 2: From the Horse’s Mouth: Validation of Implemented Transportation Technologies
Session 3: Big Data – The Fuel Propelling the Smart Cities Revolution
Session 4: Are You Ready For Some TSMO?
Session 5: Breaking Down Silos Through ICM
Session 6: Technology has Transit in Fast Forward!
Session 7: Beyond the Destination: Why Intelligent Parking is Critical for ITS
Session 8: Transforming our Cities – Smart Mobility, Big Data and Connected Automation
Session 9: Critical Factors Affecting an Autonomous Vehicle Future
Session 10: Tolling – What’s Hot and What’s Not
Session 11: Arterial Performance Measurement: So Much Data, So Little Time!
Session 12: Connected Vehicle Technologies and Safety
Session 13: The Electric Fleet Future: How Will We Get From Here to There?
Session 14: Modernizing America’s Airports and Seaports