"Preserving the Historic Road" National Conference
Union Station - 39 Jackson Pl Indianapolis, IN 46225
“Preserving the Historic Road,” National Conference is set for September in downtown Indianapolis. Long known as the Crossroads State, Indiana has notable historic roads and scenic byway corridors including the Historic National Road, the Ohio River Scenic Byway, Indiana Historic Pathways, the Lincoln Highway, the Whitewater Canal, the Dixie Highway and the Michigan Road. Over the conference’s three days of field workshops, education sessions, and special events we will present you with the latest information and policies for historic roads.
Headquartered at Indy’s historic Union Station, the three-day conference focuses on topics such as “Facilitating Historic Preservation, Historic Pavement materials, Reconnecting Indianapolis to Kessler and its Waterways, How Urban Development Impacts Historic Roads” and Tours of the Kessler Parkway System & the Historic National Road. General information can be found at http://historicroads.org/. Specifics about the program are found at the following link: http://www.historicroads.org/documents/PTHR%20Program%202012.pdf