Partners & Sponsors

IBPI is proud to present this annual meeting with the help of partners in the open streets and transportation communities in the national and local level. To find out more about IBPI as an organization, click here. In addition to the following organizations, the conference is also made possible through the involvement of local committee memembers and volunteers.

 

The Street Plans Collaborative leads the advocacy project Open Streets Project. The goal of the project is to share information about Open Streets and increase the number, size, and frequency of initiatives occurring across North America.


 

 

The City of Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is a community partner in shaping a livable city. PBOT’s mission is to plan, build, manage and maintain an effective and safe transportation system that provides people and businesses access and mobility.

 

8-80 Cities is a non-profit urban planning organization based in Toronto, Canada.  8-80 Cities uses playful, unconventional engagement methods to get people informed, engaged, and excited about improving sustainable mobility and public space in their cities.

 

 

TREC is the transportation research and education center for Portland State University which houses IBPI. TREC informs transportation decision making through primary research, builds the capacity of the transportation workforce, and supports the education of future transportation professionals through curriculum development and student participation in research.