68th Annual Conference On Roads and Streets

April 17th-19th 2019

The Arizona Conference on Roads & Streets is the largest event for Arizona engineers and contractors from the public, tribal, and private sectors. Roads & Streets consists of a Trade-show with over 50 hours of technical seminars and more!

Conference registrations are $350 per person prior to March 1st or $425 after March 1st. Registrations cannot be shared between different people for different days or events.

General Registration Now Open!

Register Now!

CHECK OUT THE OFFICIAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM!

View Program

Check Out the Official
Tradeshow Map

Official Tradeshow Map

Countdown to the Conference

0
0
weeks
0
0
days
0
0
hours
0
0
minutes
0
0
seconds

Location:

Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa

3800 E Sunrise Dr, Tucson, AZ 85718

Join us at the largest transportation event for Arizona engineers and contractors from the public and private sectors. Approximately 1,800 attendees and 120 exhibitors are expected to participate in the 2019 conference. To be included, reserve your exhibit booth or sponsorship today!

Programs of interest for industry leaders and staff from small, medium, and large municipalities, counties, tribes, agencies, universities, consultants and contractors offered throughout the conference. All program attendees will be awarded professional development hours for their attendance.

Program Offerings Include:

  • ADOT and County Reports
  • Constructions and Contracting
  • Environment / Sustainability / Livability
  • Bridges
  • City Caucus
  • Metropolitan /Urban /Rural
  • Tribal
  • Management / Public
  • Technology / Research / Pavement / Materials
  • Planning / Traffic / ITS / Safety
  • Financing Transportation
  • Growth / Development
  • Multi-Modal
  • Universities
  • Utilities

Then & Now:

A brief history of the Arizona Conference on Roads & Streets by the numbers

The Arizona Conference on Roads & Streets has been drawing audiences from around the country for nearly 70 years. A gathering place for industry professionals to attend presentations offered by local and national leaders as well as freely exchange knowledge and know-how, the Arizona Conference on Roads & Streets has been, and continues to be, the epicenter for innovation and advancement in Arizona transportation.

THEN

1st Arizona Conference on Roads & Streets: 1938

  • Number of Attendees: 250-300
  • Sponsors: 3
  • Arizona Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • University of Arizona
  • Arizona Highway Department
NOW

67th Arizona Conference on Roads & Streets: 2018

  • Number of Attendees: 1,700+
  • Sponsors: 30+
  • Tradeshow Exhibitors: 100+
  • Sessions: 60+
  • Professional Development Hours: 50+

Did you Know?

The Arizona Conference on Roads & Streets was suspended on account of World War II. In 1957 the conference resumed under the leadership of the University of Arizona’s Professor Hall.

Legacy Awards

The Legacy Awards are presented at the Roads & Streets Conference and recognize one or more outstanding individuals who have made a significant contribution to transportation in the State of Arizona.

Nominees can come from government, private practice, construction, education or industry. They need not be an engineer, but they must be a person whose contribution is noteworthy.

Jump to previous Award Winners by clicking on the following year below.

2017 Legacy Award Winners

The 7th Annual Arizona Transportation Legacy Award Recipients are:

  • John Bernal
  • Dave Crawford
  • James Glock
  • Jane Morris*
  • Michael Sabatini

* Posthumously recognized

The presentation was held at the closing Roads & Streets luncheon on Friday, April 14, 2017

2016 Legacy Award Winners

The 6th Annual Arizona Transportation Legacy Award Recipients are:

  • James B. Girand
  • Ed Green
  • Ralph Hoffman
  • Charles H. Huckelberry
  • John Louis
  • Victor Mendez
  • Martin Shultz

2015 Legacy Award Winners

The 5th Annual Arizona Transportation Legacy Award Recipients are:

  • Peter L. Eno
  • Shellie Ginn
  • Geza Kmetty
  • Daniel (Dan) S. Lance
  • John Eugene McGee*
  • Bob Mickelson
  • Curt Slagell

* Posthumously recognized

2014 Legacy Award Winners

The 4th Annual Arizona Transportation Legacy Award Recipients are:

  • Timothy “Tim” M. Ahrens *
  • E. LeRoy Brady
  • John E. Carlson, Sr. *
  • David K. French
  • Dr. Larry Hansen
  • Dean Lindsey
  • Richard “Rick” J. Simonetta
  • Elizabeth “Liba” Wheat

* Posthumously recognized

2013 Legacy Award Winners

The 3rd Annual Arizona Transportation Legacy Award Recipients are:

  • Alan "Wayne" Collins
  • Kenneth "Ken" Davis
  • Ginger Murdough

2012 Legacy Award Winners

The 2nd Annual Arizona Transportation Legacy Award Recipients are:

  • William “Bill” Alfier
  • Harold Ashton, Sr. *
  • Nathan “Nate” Banks
  • Jerry Cannon
  • Hurvie E. Davis
  • Robert C. Esterbrooks
  • Kim Lilly-Moody
  • R. Dale Martin *
  • John Nelson
  • Mary Peters
  • James R. Redpath
  • Thomas L. Swanson *

* Posthumously recognized

2011 Legacy Award Winners

The 1st Annual Arizona Transportation Legacy Award Recipients are:

  • James Attebery
  • John J. “Jack” DeBolske
  • Katie Dusenberry
  • Ed Hall
  • Dr. Rudolf Jimenez
  • Oscar T. Lyon, Jr.
  • Jim McDonald
  • William Ordway
  • John Ritoch
  • Robert Vaughan

Southern Arizona Branch APWA Scholarship Golf Outing

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

In Conjunction with the 2019 Roads & Streets Conference

***Quarry Pines Golf Club***

8480 N. Continental Links Dr., Tucson AZ.
6:30 a.m. Registration 7:30 a.m. Shotgun Start

Modified Scramble – Soft Spike Golf Shoes, collared shirts for men and no cutoffs or flip-flops please. Women’s shirts can be non-collared w/sleeves or sleeveless with a collar.

Registration Includes: Green fees, range balls, golf carts, drink ticket, lunch, gratuities, and a contribution to the Southern Arizona Branch APWA Scholarship Fund.

Registration Deadline is Monday, April 8th

More Info Here