Join us in historic downtown Fort Collins as we celebrate 20 years of advocacy for historic roads and look to the future of this important heritage movement that began in 1998. The 2018 conference promises to be an exceptional venue for robust discussion on the future of historic roads in the United States and around the globe.
History of the Historic Roads conference and movement over the next 20 years will be the focus at the Preserving the Historic Road. The conference has a broad array of presentations including but not limited to:
20 Years of the Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program - Kaisa Barthuli, National Park Service, Santa Fe, NM
The Unvisited Historic Columbia River Highway - Rebecca Burrow, Oregon DOT, Portland, OR
Delaware Bayshore Byway: Collaborating to Create a Historic and Eco‐Tourism Destination - Ann Gravatt, Delaware DOT, Dover, DE and Mike Hahn, Byway Coordinator, DE
Scenic Byways Hokkaido: Yoko Shintani, Ikuko Konno, along with guest Yoko Imura, Hokkaido, Japan
Documenting the Lincoln Highway in Nevada - Tim Smith, Mead & Hunt, Sacramento, CA
NSBF Round-table Luncheon (tentative) Saturday, September 15, 2018 - vibrant networking of current byway activities and progress.
Registrants can also sign up for a tour/field session along the Historic Old Fall River Road and Trail Ridge Road on Thursday, September 13 and/or Cache la Poudre - North Park Scenic and Historic Byway on Sunday, September 16, 2018.
Please take a look at the exceptional preliminary agenda. Register for the conference and sign up for special events, optional field sessions, and hotel rooms. Early-bird registration closes July 31, 2018.