Our 27th Annual Conference and Exhibition is scheduled for May 16-18 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport.
The premier event for the ITS industry in California is happening soon! We are hoping to see you at this unique California meeting in advance of the ITS World Congress scheduled for September 18-22, 2022 in Los Angeles! Come and connect with the ITS community in San Francisco, learn from industry leaders, meet and hear from transportation specialists in government, industry, and academic organizations.
Become an ITS California Member and Save!
Most membership levels qualify for a complimentary and/or reduced-price registrations to the Annual Conference.
The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport. A block of rooms has been reserved; the rate starts at $199 per night. That rate includes discounted $10 self-parking per night, free in-room WiFi for event attendees, and free shuttle service to SFO Airport.
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Parking and Transportation
The hotel is also adjacent to Caltrain, and a short bike or scooter ride from Millbrae BART station. See hotel website for more information.
A 24-hour complimentary SFO shuttle runs every 30 minutes. At SFO, go to the area marked “Hotel Shuttle”. The bus is marked “Hyatt Regency and Marriott.”
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Exhibitor and Sponsorship
Exhibit Hall and Sponsorship sign-ups are now closed for the 2022 ITS California Annual Conference and Exhibition.
Exhibition space is allocated based upon the order in which registrations are received.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
The 2022 Annual Conference and Exhibition rates are as follows:
Full Registration (member) – $530
Full Registration (non-member) – $700
One-day Registration (member) – $350
One-day Registration (non-member) – $450
Speaker – $400
Extra Delegate – $480 (for those already exhibiting at the conference that need to sign up an extra attendee)
6th Annual ITS California Golf Outing
Join your friends and colleagues for a fun day on the links at our Annual Golf Outing before the Annual Conference & Exhibition! ITS California has reserved tee times at the beautiful Crystal Springs Golf Course in Burlingame for a relaxing, friendly “best ball” competition including prizes for Closest-to-the-Pin and more. Grab your favorite foursome and come have fun!
Greens fees are just $99 per person, and include range balls, Grab-n-Go breakfast burritos, coffee and bottled water. All abilities welcome!
A limited number of prize and breakfast sponsorships are available.
Location: Crystal Springs Golf Course, 6650 Golf Course Dr, Burlingame, CA 94010
Date: Sunday, May 15th, 2022
Time: 8AM (check-in starting at 7:30AM)
Cost: $99 per person, includes greens fees, range balls, breakfast burrito, coffee and bottled water.
Tours and Training
San Francisco Bay Boat Tour Tues, 5/17 11am – 4:30pm
Enjoy a day on the water learning about three ITS projects from local experts. First, Treasure Island cordon pricing instituted a congestion charge to provide a critical source of funding for ferry, AC Transit, on-island shuttle, and other transportation programs, to increase the relative attractiveness of transit to and from the island and mitigate the impact of automobile trips on the Bay Bridge and island roadway network. Second, the Bay Bridge metering lights recently went live with the most advanced metering program in the world across 16 lanes of the bridge. The new equipment allows the meters to respond in real-time to changing traffic conditions and improve overall operations on both sides of the toll plaza. Following that presentation, we’ll discuss the Port of Oakland Freight ITS (or FITS) and Security improvements which deployed a $25 million state of the art ITS system that enables Smart Parking to Goods Movement decision support systems. Lunch and snacks will be provided, and drinks will be available for purchase on the boat.
Caltrain Modernization Tour Wed, 5/18 9am – Noon
Join us on a bus tour to see the Caltrain Modernization Program (CalMod) Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project (PCEP) which is a $2.44B capital project along 51 miles of San Francisco Peninsula that includes electrification and other components that will upgrade the performance, efficiency, capacity, safety and reliability of Caltrain’s service. PCEP will provides the foundation that future CalMod improvements are based on, including full conversion to an electric fleet, new overhead contact system (OCS), traction power facilities and compatible signal system. Learn about and see firsthand the new traction power facilities, all-new traction power electric trains, wireless crossings in San Jose, field elements at Diridon Station, and the operations control center in Menlo Park.
CA Toll Operators Committee (CTOC) Roundtable Wed, 5/18 12pm-2pm
The May CTOC meeting will be held as a part of ITS California’s 2022 Annual Conference and Exhibition. A closed session for CTOC members will be followed by a roundtable open to conference attendees. This industry first will provide a unique opportunity to discuss current topics that can lead to improved service, better risk management, technology migration, and cost savings across the State with the agencies that operate these facilities. CTOC members are invited to attend free of charge; all other attendees are required to be registered for the conference (one day registration is available). Seating is limited. Pre-registration is required. Box lunch will be provided.
1. Closed Session (CTOC members only) 10:45am to 12:00pm
2. Break and Roundtable Registration 12:00pm to 12:15pm
3. Open Discussion/Roundtable 12:15pm to 1:30pm
4. Adjourn 1:30pm
Training – Applying the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Wed, 5/18 12pm – 4:00pm
This course is designed for State and local agencies and private sector firms that support planning and implementation of ITS needing an understanding of cybersecurity fundamentals. The objective is to provide transportation professionals with the foundation to begin cyber initiatives or improve existing programs within their transportation organizations. This interactive course is designed for employees responsible for transportation systems operations to examine their current states of operation and work through the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity framework to achieve their agencies’ desired end state.
Participants will learn about the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and how cyber threats impact an agency’s infrastructure and operations. The NIST Framework is presented as a set of standards, guidelines, and best practices in a case study format that participants can apply to their own case study considerations.