AAG Transportation Geography Specialty Group

The mission of the Transportation Geography Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers is to encourage and facilitate interactions among individuals who are interested in research, practice, and education of transportation-related topics.

All members of the AAG with an interest in transportation and transportation-related issues are encouraged to join the Transportation Geography Specialty Group. Annual dues are $10 for regular members ($2 for student members) in addition to the normal AAG dues. Information and forms are available on the AAG home page and the AAG Knowledge Community.

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TGSG at AAG 2024

Antonio Páez (represented by Anastasia Soukhov)
McMaster University
Edward L. Ullman award
Luyu Liu (represented by Harvey Miller)
University of Florida
Ph.D. dissertation award
Joshua Philip Suarez
National Taiwan University
Master's thesis award
Xiaohuan Zeng
University of Minnesota
Student travel award

2024 TGSG Award Winners


TGSG sponsored or co-sponsored ten hybrid, eight in-person, and one virtual sessions at AAG 2024 Honolulu. All times are in Hawaii Standard Time.

Past meetings...

TGSG Officers 2024 - 2025

Scott Kelley
University of Nevada, Reno
Chair (2023 - 2025)
Paul Jung
Inha University
Vice Chair (2023 - 2025)
Sicheng Wang
University of South Carolina
Board Member (2024 - 2026)
Léa Ravensbergen
McMaster University
Board Member (2023 - 2025)
Alireza Ermagun
George Mason University
Board Member (2023 - 2025)
Bradley Lane
University of Kansas
Board Member (2023 - 2025)
Anastasia Soukhov
McMaster University
Student Board Member (2024 - 2025)
James Okorocha
University of Nevada, Reno
Student Board Member (2023 - 2025)
Michael Minn
University of Illinois
Communications (ex officio)

The Journal of Transport Geography

The Journal of Transport Geography is a leading interdisciplinary journal focusing on the geographical dimensions of transport, travel and mobility. It is international in its outlook, and welcomes both conceptual papers and theoretically-informed, empirically-oriented contributions on the movement of people, goods and/or information by any mode and at every geographical scale.

Articles and viewpoints for the Journal of Transport Geography may be submitted through the Elsevier Website.

TGSG By-Laws

The TGSG approved these revised by-laws at the TGSG business meeting on Sunday 2/27/22 at 12:50 pm (EST).


Past Meetings and Award Winners