As we contemplate the future of travel mobility—how to get to a destination, explore it, and get around while we are there—technology that enables sustainable, frictionless and secure mobility will increasingly take center stage; not only next year but over the next decade from now and beyond….
On October 26, U.S. Travel Association will host “The Future of Travel Mobility,” which will gather global leaders in travel, transportation, and technology, elected and appointed officials as well as policy influencers to engage on central issues impacting the future of travel mobility and the traveler experience, including:
- Sustainable Travel. A future vision for more sustainable travel including the electrification of the automotive sector. What are the implications for travelers, travel businesses, and travel infrastructure? How will we achieve equitable access for all travelers?
- Seamless and Secure Travel. Biometrics and touchless digital technology will revolutionize how travelers move to and within destinations. How are technologies eliminating “pain points” in the travel experience? How will trusted traveler programs evolve? How do we overcome concerns over consumer privacy and equity to enable more seamless, inclusive, secure travel?
- Innovative and Emerging Travel. From air taxis to hyperloops, supersonic airliners to high-tech tunnels that speed access to attractions, entrepreneurs are looking to radically reinvent how we get to and around destinations. What are the latest innovations in development? What are the business, social and policy implications of such visionary travel transportation innovations?
The Future of Travel Mobility promises to be a first-ever annual summit of public- and private-sector leaders fully focused on what is coming next in travel mobility and aiming to continue the dialogue in a robust and meaningful way over the next decade.
Attendance to the event in-person is limited and by invitation only. One registration is reserved for U.S. Travel Board members. If you are a Chairman’s Circle, Board Circle or Association Board Circle member and would like to attend, please contact Judith Harris for the registration link.
Health and Safety
To ensure a healthy and safe event, all attendees will be required to submit either proof of vaccination or a negative test taken within 72 hours of check-in. We are doing our part to ensure maximum safety for all attendees—thank you in advance for your cooperation. Additional details will be shared with registered attendees.
The Future of Travel Mobility will take place at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C. A limited number of hotel rooms have been reserved at the JW Marriott, 1331 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Reservations: Call 800-393-2503 or book online
Rate: $299 single/double occupancy plus applicable state and local taxes (currently 14.95%)
Cut-off date for reservations: Friday, October 1, 2021
Washington, District of Columbia is served by the following airports:
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) – 4.3 miles
- Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) – 27.2 miles
- Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) – 35.4 miles
All airports are accessible a number of ways including public transit, taxi, cars and shared rides, and have rental car agencies both on-site at the airport. Estimated one-way taxi fare to Washington, D.C. is between $20-$80.
The following link may be helpful in planning your trip: