National Travel Monitoring Exposition and Conference (NaTMEC)

National Travel Monitoring Exposition and Conference (NaTMEC)

Date: June 2-5, 2024 | Location: Boise, Idaho

The biennial National Travel Monitoring Exposition and Conference (NaTMEC) provides travel monitoring professionals and transportation data users from around the world opportunities to share knowledge and good practices, exchange ideas, revisit fundamental concepts, learn new processes, procedures, and techniques, and see the latest advancements in policy, technology, and equipment.  

The goal of the conference is to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of multimodal traffic monitoring programs covering motorized, bicyclist, and pedestrian movements to enhance data-driven decisions in areas of performance management, planning and design, asset management, safety, and program administration.

Please join MS2 in Boise, Idaho for the 2024 NaTMEC Conference.


NaTMEC 2022 Recorded Sessions

NaTMEC will be posting session recordings soon. Be sure to view these videos!

Track 1: Safety and Traffic Monitoring Data Applications, Making Significant Impacts from New Technologies

  • Introduction by MS2 – How Traffic Monitoring Data is Making Significant Impacts from New Technologies
  • Connected Vehicle Data Safety Applications
  • Hurricane Traffic Volume Monitoring Proof of Concept: State DOT Experience with Real‐Time Connected Vehicle Data
  • Study of Pedestrian Crossing Behavior at a Number of Unmarked Crossings in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Innovations in Data Collection, Technology, Processing, and Analysis: Deployment of Loop‐based Vehicle Classification System in Colorado

  • Yue Zhang, Transportation Data Analyst, Colorado Department of Transportation


Why Do We Collect Travel Monitoring Data?

  • Speakers include William Morgan, Illinois DOT and Chade Saghir, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments


Track 2: Cooperative Programs in Data Purchasing and Sharing: Local Agency Traffic Data Sharing with Data from MS2

  • Kyle Kirchmeier, Transportation Planner, Michigan Department of Transportation


Track 2: Traffic Monitoring: Implementing Equipment and Tools: Best Practices, Lessons Learned, and a Case Study for Implementing Traffic Monitoring Equipment

  • Sandra Mapel, Traffic Monitoring Section Manager, Ohio DOT



We’ll see you in Boise in 2024!