Transit + Community

Conference Schedule

Mpact Transit + Community, Philadelphia 2024
(formerly Rail~Volution)

A collage including the Ben Franklin Bridge, train, bus and bicyclists in Philadelphia - for the 2024 Mpact Transit + Community Conference

Browse the schedule below for
Pre-conference events, Mobile Workshops and Regional Day.

Details about conference sessions, plenaries and networking events will be available in August. 

PC01-Eat Like a Local

Mpact Transit + Community 2024



If you’re curious about the iconic Philly foodways – yep, including cheesesteaks – this tour in the heart of the city offers the opportunity to taste and find out how some of these iconic foods came to be. Visit independently owned gems and the historic Reading Terminal Market. Experience where locals really eat and Philly’s low-key, unpretentious vibe. You won’t be transformed into a local but you will know first-hand the classic eats – from tomato pie to cheesesteak, fries “wit’ wiz” to pretzels – and sweet treats.


PC02-The Origins of Philadelphia Street Art

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Tour the origins of modern street art in Center City Philadelphia. Sites will include closed-to-the-public sections of the Broad Street Concourse and Spring Garden Station. See original tags by artists including Cornbread, Espo, Agua, and others. Each of these artists comes with a story. Together they provide a window into a street art scene that is distinct from the Philadelphia Mural Arts organization, which arose out of reactions to street art and in the "anti-graffiti" movement. Wear closed-toe shoes and clothes that can get a little dirty. Photo credit: Ken Starr

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PC03-Center City Mural Mile

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In 2023, USA Today voted Philadelphia the best city for street art in America. Mural Arts Philadelphia, the nation’s largest public art program, is a big reason. More than 4,000 murals created over 40 years make the city a giant outdoor art gallery. Tour Center City Philadelphia’s Mural Mile. Get to know a range of murals, contemporary and classic, and the stories they tell of the city, its leaders and citizens. Find out how public art ignites change as you discover pieces tucked in out-of-the-way places and encounter powerful additions to the cityscape, including Untitled by Amy Sherald and Water Gives Life by Philadelphia artists Euhri Jones and David McShane. Rain or shine - and no restroom stops, so please plan accordingly.


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APA AICP Certification Maintenance

AICP Certification Maintenance

Earn continuing education credit by attending our annual conference or joining live webinars we host throughout the year.

We provide practical know-how and share best practices and innovative approaches from cross-sector stakeholders working in on all aspects of transit, connected mobility and technology options, and development. The range of topics includes policy, planning, community engagement, design, engineering, financing and operations. Our focus encompasses the whole community built around transit and the implications for health, safety, equity, sustainability, access to opportunity and overall quality of life for all residents.

The American Institute of Certified Planners and the American Planning Association approves sessions and workshops at our annual transit and community development conference for certification maintenance credits each year. Our live webinars also are approved for continuing education credit.

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