2021 National Conference Going Virtual Pocono Mountains PA

"The mission of the American Society of Highway Engineers is to provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry to promote a safe, efficient and sustainable transportation system through education, innovation and fellowship."

ASHE 2021 National Conference

Join us for a Virtual Conference

May 25 - May 27, 2021


Conference Registration Page

Registration closes May 18!

Registration includes all ASHE meetings, all technical sessions, and all networking sessions.
(The ASHE Section / Region Officers' Meeting is free and does not require registration.)

Registration for the 2021 National Conference is quick and easy.
There are four categories:

ASHE Member (any section) $50.00
Non-member $100.00
Government employee $35.00
Student $35.00

Register here

For details on the conference progam, go to the overall program page.


Notes about the REMO virtual conference platform:

Log on in advance to establish your username and password. You may also provide a profile picture and firm name if desired.

Become familiar with how Remo works. The event will have a networking portion and a presentation portion. Click on the Remo Guest Guide button below for more information.

Perform a systems check before the event. Verify that your browser, computer, microphone, and speaker are compatible with Remo before the event. The recommended browsers are Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. Remo is NOT compatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) or Edge. Verify that Remo is not firewalled by your IT Department. Click on the Remo Systems Check button below to run a one-click systems check.

REMO system check*REMO Guest Guide

*REMO recommends Windows 10, but generally works with Windows 7

Additional information at www.REMO.co


"The mission of the American Society of Highway Engineers is to provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry to promote a safe, efficient and sustainable transportation system through education, innovation and fellowship."