About Us Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association
The Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association (TAPA) is a professional organization of over 500 members representing city, county, and state planners and related professions across Tennessee. The mission of our organization consists of three bullet points:
- Offer professional leadership and resources for the development of inclusive, livable communities across Tennessee by providing up-to-date training programs on current planning issues
- Provide professional development opportunities
- Advocate for a highly qualified and diverse network of professional planners
To accomplish this, our website contains numerous resources for our members including:
TAPA-TSITE 2022 Fall Conference 10/26-10/28 Agenda and Registration Now Available for 2022 Fall Conference
Registration is now open for the 2022 TAPA Fall Conference in Knoxville! Early bird registration has been extended until October 7th and is $250. Afterwards, the price is $350. The agenda has also been released. Registration can be found on the Fall Conference page below.
TAPA-TSITE 2022 Fall Conference 10/26-10/28 Fall Conference in Knoxville: Inclusive Infrastructure for Today and Tomorrow
TAPA is proud to announce that the 2022 Fall Conference will be a joint effort with the Tennessee Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers Chapter (TSITE). This year's theme will be Inclusive Infrastructure for Today and Tomorrow. More information is available on the conference webpage below.
Tennessee Sustainable Transportation Forum and Expo 11/8-11/9 2022 Tennessee Sustainable Transportation Forum and Expo Returns to Knoxville
The 2022 Tennessee Sustainable Transportation Forum & Expo is November 8-9 at the University of Tennessee Student Union in Knoxville. The Forum & Expo speakers and panelists will address topics such as alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies; mobility and transportation justice, which includes issues of access to transportation, community displacement, and gentrification in sustainable transportation projects; and the intersections of transportation with public health and emergency response. Read more at the link below.