The Washington State Ride Sharing Organization is excited the 2021 WSRO Conference...


Mark your calendars for September 20 - 21!

The 2021 WSRO conference will be held virtually with conference seminars on Monday and Tuesday! This year’s conference is about growing past the grey state of unease we currently find ourselves in and looking towards a brighter colorful future in the world of TDM.


The WSRO Board is excited to announce,
this year’s conference will be brought to you through
Whova!

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Whova is a tried and true event platform that makes it easy for attendees to connect with each other, view and contact speakers, find the agenda, share information and locate live stream and/or video links throughout the conference. As we approach the conference date, attendees will be invited to join Whova and will access conference content through the Whova app or on their desktop computer. Attendees can upload their photo, contact other guests, participate in forums discussions, Q&As and photo contests… or just show up and tune into the conference sessions!

Trying to join the virtual conference?

5 Things to Know!

  1. Make sure you have registered for the WSRO Conference! Click here!
  2. You must have a WHOVA account in order to attend any WSRO conference session/track. If you have not yet done so, please click here to create your free WHOVA account. When creating your WHOVA account, you MUST use the email registered with your WSRO account.
  3. When viewing on your computer, WHOVA works best in Google Chrome. If you have logged in via another browser, please relog in with Chrome. You can download it by clicking here
  4. If you must use an email that is not registered with WSRO, you will be prompted to enter the event invitation code or token. In this event, please contact wsro@wsro.net.
  5. Visit the Whova WSRO conference website to join us on Monday -Tuesday September 20th and 21st.  Once logged in you can view the conference agenda on the left-hand side. Note, most sessions are Zoom webinars. Only panelists will be able to use their microphones and cameras. Please use the Q & A for questions, and the chat for discussion.

For more detailed help for signing into WHOVA, participating in a session, and using WHOVA to network with others follow the link below.

https://whova.com/pages/whova-app-user-guide/

Special Thanks to our 2021 WSRO Conference Sponsors!

                  

        

WSRO Supporters

         

Why “Transportation in Technicolor”? Technicolor was a major advancement in filming history, it’s first use in 1916, but one of it’s most notable uses was in the movie “Wizard of Oz”. When Dorthey Gale traveled over the rainbow and left a grey world behind for a more colorful one. This is the perfect metaphor for what we’ve gone through in 2020 and what we hope for in 2021. Along with the fact that we’re always working towards advancing transportation options is the idea that the way each person commutes is as diverse as the colors of the rainbow.

Updated 2020
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