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Transportation Librarians Roundtable

Welcome to the Transportation Librarians Roundtable! 

The Transportation Librarians Roundtable (TLR), a monthly web conference series, is an initiative of the National Transportation Library (NTL), co-sponsored by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), Transportation Research Board (TRB), and the Special Libraries Association's Transportation Division.

Please join us for our next TLR on Thursday, February 11, 2020 at 2pm EST

Open Forum Discussion

Presenters: Bob Cullen and Samantha Strain

This TLR will provide a space for moderated discussion among the transportation librarians / information professionals community. Please feel free to bring up any topics of interest, training needs, or questions for your fellow community members.


We hope to see you then!

TLR Connect Information

We broadcast the TLR using AdobeConnect, accessible through this link:

To help ensure that your system is properly configured for participation, please use the following website link to test your setup:

For the TLR’s audio portion, please dial 1-877-336-1274; access code 5759713. (This is more reliable than your computer audio.)

Purpose and disclaimer

The TLR's purpose is to provide transportation librarians with opportunities to learn more about issues of mutual concern and interest and to have a new means of regular communication among members of that community.

The US Department of Transportation and NTL are not responsible for the content of TLRs.  Webinar topics are decided by NTKN members.  For further information on the TLR, or to suggest possible future topics, please contact Leighton L Christiansen, NTL Digital Curator, at or 202-366-2759 or Bob Cullen, AASHTO Information Resource Manager, at or 202-624-8918.