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                  The International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association and The North Texas Tollway Authority are pleased to invite
                  you to attend IBTTA’s 74th Annual Meeting and Exhibition on September 16-20, 2006 in Dallas, Texas - The Big “D”.

                  We’ll kick off this year’s meeting with a “Texas Style” opening reception at the world famous Gilley’s Dallas, where
                  you can learn the Texas Two-Step and listen to the country sounds of Mark Chesnutt while networking with friends
                  and colleagues.

                  Under this year’s theme, Steering in the Right Direction, the toll industry’s best and brightest thought leaders
                  will come together to discuss the most effective means to finance, build and operate critical road infrastructure.
                  Futurist and keynote speaker Rohit Talwar will kick off day one with a penetrating look at the changing global
                  economy and the role that transportation plays. Following this you’ll experience a full schedule of general and
                  breakout sessions on Finance, Technology, Operations, and Institutional issues and three technical tours of state-
                  of-the-art facilities led by our host, The North Texas Tollway Authority.

                  For the best networking opportunities, don’t miss lunch and receptions in our expanded exhibition hall. More
                  than 90 booths will give you a chance to explore cutting-edge technologies and business services from leading
                  suppliers to our industry.

                  Come one, come all – we’ve arranged companion tours of Ft. Worth, the Dallas Arboretum, the JFK 6th Floor
                  Museum and more, allowing everyone the chance to easily explore the Dallas hot spots.

                  And, don’t miss the closing “Denim and Diamonds” gala where boots and jewels are encouraged. Country
                  entertainer, Dave Alexander will perform with his Western Swing Band giving you a last opportunity do a little two-
                  steppin’ and Waltz into Vienna for a taste of what’s to come next year. It’s guaranteed to be a closing gala you
                  won’t soon forget.

                  Join us in Dallas to learn about the future of transportation and how IBTTA and the toll industry are Steering in the
                  Right Direction.

                                  Santiago Corral                         Patrick D. Jones                            Allen Rutter
                                  President                               Executive Director                          Executive Director
                                  IBTTA                                   IBTTA                                       The North Texas
                                                                                                                      Tollway Authority

    The BIG “D”
    Dallas’ new slogan “Live Large. Think Big.” describes the essence and vitality of a city built on big dreams,
       freshly blazed trails and an attitude that all things are possible. Dallas is a richly diverse city with a
              celebrated history and unique blend of Southwestern warmth, cosmopolitan flair and old west
                      charm. This modern city offers a sophisticated appeal flavored with a special western
                        flair of genuine Texas hospitality. There’s something for everyone in Dallas! See what’s
                        happening in the city, visit: and join IBTTA in the Big “D”.

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                                                      the Big ‘D’
                        Opening Reception
                                                                                                          ANNUAL MEETING HOST

                                                                                                           The North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA), created
                                         Date:                  Sunday, September 17                       on September 1, 1997, is keeping pace with
                                                                                                           the regional demand for transportation through
                                         Time:                  6:30pm-9:30pm
                                                                                                           expansion of North Texas’ toll road system and
                                         Sponsored by:          The North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA)
                                                                                                           implementation of improved operational efficiencies.
                                         Entertainment:         Mark Chesnutt, Country Superstar!
                                                                                                           The NTTA, a political subdivision of the State of
                                                                                                           Texas is empowered to acquire, finance, construct,
  We’ll kick off our Annual Meeting — Texas style. So, dust                                                maintain, repair and operate turnpike projects; to
  off your boots and grab your cowboy hat for an evening of good ‘ole fun at                               raise capital for construction projects through the
  Gilley’s Dallas, a Texas-sized honky tonk and world famous country nightclub.                            issuance of Turnpike Revenue Bonds; and to collect
                                                                                                           tolls to operate, maintain and pay debt service on
  We’ll have a rowdy good time with armadillo racing, the infamous “El Toro”                               those projects. NTTA toll projects are not part of
  the mechanical bull from the movie Urban Cowboy and live entertainment                                   the State highway system and receive no direct tax
  provided by Country-Western superstar, Mark Chesnutt. Mark Chesnutt is                                   funding. Tolls are collected to repay debt and to
  one of Country’s true musical treasures; he has 14 No. 1 hits, 23 top ten                                operate and maintain the roadways.
  singles, four platinum albums and five gold records. Plus, dance instructors                             Be sure to register for the technical tours to get a
  will be teaching the Texas two-step and line dancing, very popular Country &                             first-hand look at NTTA innovation.
  Western dances!

      Meet your friends and colleagues and experience a “Texas-sized” good time
  at Gilley’s Dallas. See ya’ll there!!

                                              Closing Reception
                          Wednesday, September 20
                          DENIM & DIAMONDS BALL
  Entertainment:          Dave Alexander and his Big Texas Swing Band

  Once you see Dave Alexander in concert, you’ll understand why he has been named Entertainer of The
  Year by the Academy of Western Artists. He has been recognized as having created the finest Western
  Big Band ever assembled. Join us for a night of great music and a final chance to get on the dance
  floor for a few more line dancing numbers!

       Plus, Dave and his band will waltz us into Vienna — don’t miss this!

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                                       PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
KEYNOTE SPEAKER                                                  SESSION HIGHLIGHT
                   Rohit Talwar                                  PRIVATIZATION–DEAL OR NO DEAL?
                   Global Futurist                               Moderator: Steve Snider, Dartmouth–Halifax Bridge Commission
                   Date:      Monday, September 18               Date:      Monday, September 18
                   Time:      9:15am-10:15am                     Time:      3:30pm-5:00pm
                   All registered attendees are encouraged
                                                                 “Privatization: Deal or No Deal?” looks squarely at the issue of privatizing
                   to attend.
                                                                 public toll agencies in the U.S. and Europe. While turning over control
                                                                 of highway infrastructure to private concessionaires and operators is
Rohit Talwar is a global futurist who works with international
                                                                 commonplace in some countries, in other countries the practice is still hotly
corporations and governments to create “fast insights
                                                                 debated. This session explores the reasons and realities behind the debate.
into alternative futures.” From London, England, he has a
reputation for inspiring audiences with cutting edge insights
and practical ‘how to’ advice. He was recently invited to        SESSION HIGHLIGHT
share the platform with Arnold Schwarzenegger to discuss
                                                                 A LOOK BACK IN HISTORY & THE ROAD AHEAD
California’s future in a changing global economy. Learn
                                                                 Moderator: Patrick D. Jones, IBTTA
more about Mr. Talwar by visiting his website at www.
                                                                 Date:      Tuesday, September 19 (Please note that companions are welcome
                                                                 Time:      8:45am-10:30am
and encouraged to attend this presentation).
                                                                 This session takes a short look back and a long look forward at the
                                                                 technologies, policies, research and information that will help to shape our
SPECIAL EVENT                                                    transportation future. Our presenters are big thinkers with a bias for action.
Date:       Sunday, September 17, 2006                           SESSION HIGHLIGHT
Time:       12:30pm-2:00pm                                       BUILDING A STRATEGIC ALLIANCE ON CONGESTION
                                                                 Moderator: Mary Peters, HDR
IBTTA wants you to have the most successful annual               Date:      Wednesday, September 20
meeting experience possible. This lunch is specifically          Time:      9:30am-11:15am
designed for new members of IBTTA and first-time
attendees of the annual meeting. This is your opportunity        “Building a Strategic Alliance on Congestion (How to Make a Frog Jump)”
to meet the IBTTA officers and staff, make connections           looks at the seemingly intractable problem of urban congestion from at least
with your fellow delegates, and hear a short presentation        four viewpoints: customers, providers, government and think tanks. Workable
about how to get the most out of your IBTTA membership           solutions will require an alliance of all of these interests… and more.
and the annual meeting.

                                                                 POST MEETING EVENTS
SESSION HIGHLIGHT                                                Date:       September 21-22, 2006
“ALL THINGS TEXAS”                                               Time:       9:00am-5:00pm
Moderator: Allan Rutter, NTTA                                    Place:      Hyatt Regency
Date:      Monday, September 18                                  Info:
Time:      10:45am- 12:15pm
                                                                 TeamTX is the Transportation and Expressway Authority Membership of
“All Things Texas” sheds light on some of the most               Texas. TeamTX develops a policy standard on transportation issues, circulates
important innovations in toll financed transportation in          information affecting the regulation and function of toll roads and bridges to
the world. See how the Lone Star State combines vision           governmental bodies, and supplies the legislature with information.
and pragmatism to fight congestion, advance mobility and
promote economic growth.

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                                                   PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
                                                          2006 Toll Excellence Award Winners!
                                                            Please join us in congratulating all the winners on Monday, September 18th at 2:30 pm.
                                                            During the ceremony, one of the 5 winners will be awarded the President’s Award for Excellence.

The IBTTA Toll Excellence Awards program recognizes IBTTA-member toll agencies that are furthering the aims of the industry through
creative, innovative and positive programs. We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2006 Toll Excellence Awards:

      ADMINISTRATION                                              enhance toll operations by utilizing business      program to educate Orange County residents
North Texas Tollway Authority                                     analytics and employee commitment.                 on the benefits of The Toll Roads as well
“TollTag Interoperability with the Dallas/Fort                    Applying process analysis and quality              as the largely unknown accomplishments
Worth International and Dallas Love Field                         measurements such as Six Sigma and Lean            of TCA. The new efforts emphasized
Airports”                                                         Speed to isolate operational inefficiencies,        community outreach on the plans to build
The Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW)                         the objective was to focus on these                the last 16 miles of Orange County’s toll
Airport, TransCore and the NTTA partnered                         identified areas and maximize productivity by       road system known as Foothill-South, and
to migrate the airport from their existing                        employing creative measurement techniques          include community outreach programs,
PassKey(r) system to the NTTA’s RITE                              in a dynamic, competitive team environment         school and educational programs and
System. DFW Airport extended the Interlocal                       that rewards for success.                          holiday toy and food drives.
Agreement (ILA) with the NTTA in 2005
to install Automated Vehicle Identification                               OPERATIONS                                       TECHNOLOGY
technology at an additional 99 lanes, ground                      Minnesota Department of Transportation             BRISA/VIA VERDE PORTUGAL
transportation and the new international                          “I-394 MnPASS Express Lanes”                       (member of APCAP-Portuguese Association
terminal. Similarly, in March 2005, Love                          The Minnesota Department of Transportation         of Toll Motorway Operators)
Field contracted with the NTTA through an                         (MnDOT) implemented the state’s first optional      Via Verde (The Portuguese ETC System)
ILA to provide the NTTA’s AVI System and                          toll lane project called the I-394 MnPASS in       “Development of Complementary EFC
clearinghouse services for 28 lanes of parking                    the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area.        services to increase the worlds highest
and ground transportation. The nature of the                      This project, which opened in May 2005,            ETC penetration rate in a non-mandatory
agreements between the NTTA and DFW, and                          converts the high occupancy vehicle (HOV)          environment”
the NTTA and Love Field, is an exemplary                          lanes on I-394 into high occupancy toll (HOT)      Under the framework of services related to
model of successful governmental relations                        lanes, allowing solo drivers the opportunity to    the vehicle and driver, the goal of this project
and a text-book case study in the ability of                      pay an electronic fee to bypass congestion.        was to conceive and develop new Electronic
focused, determined public organizations                          This very unique design necessitated an            Identification and Payment Services, based
working together for the benefit of their                          innovative approach to traffic management           on the existing On Board Unit and the Via
mutual constituents/customers.                                    and open road tolling. As a HOT facility, the      Verde Central System. The following services
                                                                  lanes remain open to HOV use at no charge          were identified: (1) Parking Lots (2) Gas
      CUSTOMER SERVICE                                            for transit riders, car pools and motorcyclists.   Stations (3) Access Control to Historical Areas
E-470 Public Highway Authority                                                                                       (4) Loading/Unloading in Special dedicated
“New Rules for the Road: Improving                                       SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY                       areas and (5) Street Parking. Besides
Performance with Statistical Controls”                            Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA)             increasing the customer base, the goal of Via
With a goal of increasing productivity                            “Foothill-South Community & Environmental          Verde Portugal was to broaden the range of
and improving customer service through                            Outreach”                                          services supported on the same platform,
employee involvement, the E-470’s mission                         Over the last few years, TCA has broadened         thus strengthening its business model and
was to evoke a culture change that would                          its comprehensive community outreach               technology options.

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                                                 PRELIMINARY AGENDA
                                                                          MONDAY ✪ SEPTEMBER 18
8:00 am-5:30 pm    Task Force Meetings                                    7:00 am-5:00 pm    Registration & Welcome Center
                   COTTON BOWL, ATRIUM LEVEL                                                 LANDMARK CONCOURSE, LOBBY LEVEL

Noon-1:30 pm       Task Force Lunch                                       7:00 am-5:00 pm    Cyber Center
                   BRYAN BEEMAN, ATRIUM LEVEL                                                LANDMARK CONCOURSE, LOBBY LEVEL

                                                                          7:00 am-5:00 pm    Speaker Practice Room
FRIDAY ✪ SEPTEMBER 15                                                                        COCKRELL, ATRIUM LEVEL

8:00 am-3:30 pm    Task Force Meetings                                    7:00 am-8:30 am    Networking Breakfast
                   COTTON BOWL, ATRIUM LEVEL                                                 LANDMARK C, LOBBY LEVEL

Noon-1:30 pm       Task Force Lunch                                       8:30 am-9:15 am    Official Welcome
                   BRYAN BEEMAN, ATRIUM LEVEL                                                LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL
                                                                                             Santiago Corral
                                                                                             President, IBTTA
                                                                                             Patrick D. Jones
8:30 am-12:30 pm Board of Directors Meeting
                   ATRIUM LEVEL                                                              Executive Director, IBTTA
9:00 am-5:00 pm    Registration & Welcome Center
                                                                                             Allan Rutter
                   LANDMARK CONCOURSE, LOBBY LEVEL                                           Executive Director, NTTA
9:00 am-5:00 pm    Cyber Center                                                              Ken Orski
                   LANDMARK CONCOURSE, LOBBY LEVEL                                           Innovation Briefs
1:00 pm-4:00 pm    Delegate & Companion Tour to Fort Worth                9:15 am-10:15 am Keynote Speaker: Rohit Talwar
                   (Buses load at front lobby at 12:30pm)                                    (See info on page 4)
1:00 pm-5:00 pm    Exhibitor Set Up                                       10:15 am-10:45 am Refreshment Break
                                                                                             LANDMARK CONCOURSE
6:00 pm-9:00 pm    Board and Past Presidents Dinner
                                                                          10:45 am-12:15 am GENERAL SESSION
                                                                                             LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL
SUNDAY ✪ SEPTEMBER 17                                                                        “All Things Texas”
                                                                                             Moderator: Allan Rutter, NTTA
9:00 am-5:00 pm    Registration & Welcome Center
                   LANDMARK CONCOURSE, LOBBY LEVEL                        11:00 am-4:00 pm Companion Tour: Dallas Arboretum
                                                                                             (Buses load at front lobby at 10:30am)
9:00 am-5:00 pm    Cyber Center
                                                                          12:15 pm-2:30 pm Exhibition, Lunch & Raffles
                                                                                             MARSALLIS, EXHIBITION LEVEL
9:00 am-Noon       OmniAir Board Meeting
                   Location TBD
                                                                          2:30 pm-4:30 pm    GENERAL SESSION
9:00 am-Noon       Technical Tour: NTTA Technology & Customer Service
                   (Includes lunch)                                       2:30 pm-3:00 pm    Toll Excellence & President’s Awards Ceremony
                                                                                             LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL
9:00 am-Noon       Technical Tour: NTTA Projects
                   (Includes lunch)                                       3:00 pm-5:00 pm    PRIVATIZATION—DEAL OR NO DEAL
                                                                                             Moderator: Steve Snider, Dartmouth-Halifax Bridge
9:00 am-1:00 pm    Exhibitor Set Up                                                          Commission
                                                                                             Deal! The Indiana Toll Road Delivers
11:00 am-5:00 pm General Session Rehearsals                                                  Thomas O. Sharp
                   LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL
                                                                                             Commissioner, Indiana Department of Transportation
11:00 am-5:00 pm Break Out Rehearsals                                                        How to Deal With It
                   COCKRELL, ATRIUM LEVEL
                                                                                             Michael Johnston
12:30 pm-2:00 pm New Member/First-Time Attendee                                              Executive Director, Kansas Turnpike Authority
                   Luncheon & Presentation                                                   Weighing the Options – the HCTRA Study
                   PEGASUS, LOBBY LEVEL
                                                                                             Mike Bartolotta
                   (Executive Committee & Attendees)
                                                                                             Financial Advisor to HCTRA, First Southwest Bank
2:00 pm-5:00 pm    OmniAir VII Focus Group                                                   Big Deal – Selling Stock on French Roads
                   Location TBD
                                                                                             Jean Mesqui
3:00 pm-5:00 pm    Governing Board Roundtable (Active Members Only)                          Executive Director, ASFA – Association des Sociétés
                   MORENO A/B, ATRIUM LEVEL                                                  Françaises d’Autoroutes et d’Ouvrages à Péage
                   Moderator: Santiago Corral, IBTTA President
                                                                          5:30 pm-7:00 pm    Exhibition and Reception
3:00 pm-5:00 pm    Executive Directors Roundtable (Active Members Only)                      MARSALLIS, EXHIBITION LEVEL
                   PRYOR A/B, ATRIUM LEVEL
                   Moderator: Jim Ely, IBTTA First Vice President         7:00 pm-Close      Member Hospitality Events

3:00 pm-5:00 pm    CFO Roundtable (Active Members Only)
                   REVERCHON A/B, ATRIUM LEVEL                            TUESDAY ✪ SEPTEMBER 19
                   Moderator: Susan Buse, IBTTA Second Vice President     7:00 am-5:00 pm    Registration & Welcome Center
                                                                                             LANDMARK CONCOURSE, LOBBY LEVEL
6:30 pm-9:30 pm    Opening Reception
                   Gilley’s                                               7:00 am-5:00 pm    Cyber Center
                   (Buses run continuously starting at 6:15pm)                               LANDMARK CONCOURSE, LOBBY LEVEL

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7:00 am-5:00 pm
                         Speaker Practice Room
                         COCKRELL, ATRIUM LEVEL
                                                      PRELIMINARY AGENDA
                                                                                    11:00 am-1:00 pm BREAKOUT SESSION: OPERATIONS & MOBILITY
                                                                                                       LANDMARK D, LOBBY LEVEL

7:00 am-8:30 am          Networking Breakfast
                                                                                                       INNOVATIONS IN TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
                         LANDMARK C, LOBBY LEVEL                                                       Moderator: Parker Williams, ACS Government Solutions
8:15 am-5:30 pm          GENERAL SESSION                                                               Developing HOT Lanes — Policies, Goals and Challenges
                         LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL                                                     Katie Nees
                                                                                                       Carter & Burgess, Inc.
8:15 am-8:45 am          President’s Report
                         LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL
                                                                                                       Design and Operational Challenges Associated with
                         Santiago Corral, President, IBTTA                                             Managed Lanes
                         Joao Bento, President, ASECAP                                                 Ginger Goodin
8:45 am-10:30 am A Look Back at the Industry and The Road Ahead                                        Texas Transportation Institute
                         LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL
                         Moderator: Patrick D. Jones, Executive Director, IBTTA                        Georgia’s Truck Only Toll (TOT) Study and the Impact on
                                                                                                       Traffic, Congestion, Revenue and Safety
10:30 am-11:00 am Refreshment Break                                                                    Rosa Clausell Rountree
                         LANDMARK CONCOURSE, LOBBY LEVEL                                               Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority
11:00 am-4:30 pm Companion Tour: JFK–The Sixth Floor Museum                                            MnPASS: A HOT Tolling Partnership in Minnesota
                         (Attendees should meet in the lobby at 10:30 am)                              Marthand Nookala & John Doan
11:00 am-1:00 pm BREAKOUT SESSION: TECHNOLOGY                                                          Minnesota DOT
                         LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL
                                                                                    11:00 am-1:00 pm BREAKOUT SESSION: STAKEHOLDERS & INSTITUTIONS
                         ATTAINING ETC INTEROPERABILITY —                                              CUMBERLAND F/G, EXHIBITION LEVEL
                         ISSUES AND CONCERNS                                                           USING TOLL REVENUE FOR OTHER
                         Moderator: Ken Philmus, DMJM+Harris/AECOM                                     TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS
                         National RFID Interoperability — Is It Possible?                              Moderator: Celia Kupersmith, Golden Gate Bridge,
                         Hal Worral, PhD                                                               Highway & Transportation District
                         Transportation Innovations, Inc.
                                                                                                       Tollways and Public Transit Systems: Is it Time for a
                         MEDIA, A First Step Towards an Interoperable                                  New Paradigm?
                         Pan-European ETC System                                                       Tom Bamonte
                         Jean-Michel Gambard                                                           The Illinois State Toll Highway Authority
                         Autoroutes Paris Rhin Rhone
                                                                                                       Tolling and Transit: Moving From Cross-Subsidy to
                         Session Title TBD                                                             Integrated Planning
                         Michael Whelan                                                                Mark Muriello
                         Transurban Limited                                                            The Port Authority of NY & NJ
                         Interoperability in a Large Volume Multi-State                                Multi Modal Bridging in Denmark
                         Environment                                                                   Laus Møller
                         Jim Crawford                                                                  A/S Storebaelt/Sund & Baelt Holding A/S
                         EZ Pass Interagency Group
                                                                                                       I-15 Managed Lanes Project
11:00 am-1:00 pm BREAKOUT SESSION: FINANCE                                                             Gary Gallegos
                         LANDMARK C, LOBBY LEVEL                                                       San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
                         GETTING THE REVENUE YOU DESERVE
                         Moderator: Victoria Cross Kelly, Port Authority of NY/NJ   1:00 pm-3:30 pm    Exhibition, Lunch & Raffles
                                                                                                       MARSALLIS, EXHIBITION LEVEL

                         Driving Change — All The Way To The Bank: Revenue          3:30 pm- 5:30 pm   Exhibitor Tear Down
                         and Collection Issues Facing Today’s Tolling Industry                         MARSALLIS, EXHIBITION LEVEL
                         Richard Carrier
                         Law Enforcement Systems, Inc.                              3:30 pm-5:30 pm    BREAKOUT SESSION: TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                                       VIOLATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE INTEGRATION
                         ETC’s Unexpected Side-Effect: A Stockpile of Uncollected                      LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL
                         Tolls. What to Do?                                                            Moderator: Larry Yermack, Telvent Farradyne
                         Sonny Holtzman
                         Holtzman Equels Law Firm, and Linebarger, Goggan,                             Tolling and Vehicle Infrastructure Integration
                         Blair & Sampson Law Firm                                                      Larry Yermack
                                                                                                       Telvent Farradyne
                         What Enforcement for ORT-based Tollroads
                         Salahadin Yacoubi                                                             Session Title TBD
                         Autopista Central                                                             Jeff Paniati
                                                                                                       Federal Highway Administration
                         The Chronic Toll Violation Paradox
                         Curtis Esposito                                                               Session Title TBD
                         Maryland Transportation Authority                                             Steve Heminger
                                                                                                       Bay Area Toll Authority
                         Advances in Video Tolling Open the Road to All Rental
                         Cars, Converting ‘Violators’ into Casual Customers         3:30 pm-5:30 pm    BREAKOUT SESSION: FINANCE
                                                                                                       LANDMARK C, LOBBY LEVEL
                         Jim Tuton                                                                     Moderator: Susan Buse, NTTA
                         American Traffic Solutions, Inc.

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                                                   PRELIMINARY AGENDA
                      Credit Implications of Asset Privatization and New                  WEDNESDAY ✪ SEPTEMBER 20
                      Financing Structures
                      Maria Matesanz                                                      7:00 am-Noon          Registration and Welcome Center
                                                                                                                LANDMARK CONCOURSE, LOBBY LEVEL
                      Moody’s Investors Service
                                                                                          7:00 am-Noon          Cyber Center
3:30 pm-5:30 pm       BREAKOUT SESSION: OPERATIONS & MOBILITY                                                   LANDMARK CONCOURSE, LOBBY LEVEL
                      LANDMARK D, LOBBY LEVEL
                      MAXIMIZING YOUR ASSET                                               7:00 am-8:30 am       Networking Breakfast
                                                                                                                LANDMARK C, LOBBY LEVEL
                      Moderator: Servando Parapar, Miami-Dade
                      Expressway Authority                                                8:30 am-8:45 am       Preview of the 2007 Annual Meeting in
                      Miami Dade Expressway Authority ORT Master Plan                                           Vienna, Austria
                                                                                                                LANDMARK AB, LOBBY LEVEL
                      Steve Andriuk                                                                             Mathias Reichhold
                      Miami Dade Expressway Authority                                                           ASFINAG
                      Thinking Outside the Booth — Open Road Tolling at the               8:45 am-9:30 am       Annual Business Meeting
                      Illinois Tollway                                                                          LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL
                      Matt Beaudet                                                                              (Financial Report, Election of Officers,
                      The Illinois State Toll Highway Authority                                                 Executive Director’s Report & Honorary
                                                                                                                Member Awards Presentation)
                      Open Road Tolling: The Future Key
                      Paolo Giorgi                                                        9:30 am-11:45 am Building a Strategic Alliance on Congestion
                      Autostrade per l’Italia S.p.A.                                                       (How to Make a Frog Jump)
                                                                                                                LANDMARK A/B, LOBBY LEVEL
                      Making the Most Out of What You Have                                                      Moderator: Mary Peters, HDR
                      Trent Kittleman
                      Maryland Transportation Authority                                                         Customer group: Representative from the
                                                                                                                U.S. Chamber of Commerce (invited)
                      CUMBERLAND F/G, EXHIBITION LEVEL                                                          Provider group: Steve Heminger, Bay Area Toll
                      WHAT IT TAKES TO GAIN ACCEPTANCE AND                                                      Authority; Steve Mayer, Parsons Corporation
                      IMPLEMENTATION                                                                            Government group: Tyler Duvall, U.S. DOT;
                      Moderator: Beth Ruffing, PBS&J                                                             Cheri Heramb, Chicago DOT (invited); Pierce
                      Institutional Issues and Strategies for Introducing Road                                  Homer, Virginia DOT (invited)
                      Pricing in the United States
                                                                                                                Academia group: Joe Giglio, Northeastern
                      Dan Dornan                                                                                University; Bob Poole, Reason Foundation
                                                                                          11:45 am-Noon         Closing Remarks and Adjournment
                      Tolling Innovations: Managing Expectations, Overcoming
                      Controversy and Gaining Public Acceptance                           1:00 pm-4:00pm        Technical Tour: NTTA Projects
                      Tina Collier                                                                              Includes lunch
                      Texas Transportation Institute
                                                                                          6:30 pm -10:00 pm Closing Reception and Denim & Diamonds Ball
                      Raising Route Awareness of New Toll Roads                                                 featuring Dave Alexander and His Texas
                      Ian Syman                                                                                 Swing Band
                      Bakwena N1-N4 Toll Road                                                                   LANDMARK C, LOBBY LEVEL

                      The 5-Year Transformation of a Mid-Size Transportation
                                                                                          THURSDAY ✪ SEPTEMBER 21
                      Frank McCartney                                                     9:00 am-5:00 pm       TeamTX Meeting
                      Delaware Joint Toll Bridge Commission
6:00 pm-Close         Member Hospitality Events                                           FRIDAY ✪ SEPTEMBER 22
                                                                                          9:00 am-5:00 pm       TeamTX Meeting

VICE CHAIR, Education Task Force                Paul A. Manuel, Mark IV IVHS          Malika Seddi, ASFA–Association des           Kerri Weaver, Northwest Parkway
Ken Philmus, DMJM+Harris/AECOM                                                        Sociétés Françaises d’Autoroutes et          Public Highway Authority
                                                Stephen F. Mayer, Parsons
                                                                                      d’Ouvrages à Péage
                                                Corporation                                                                        Parker Williams, ACS Government
VICE CHAIR, Education Task Force
                                                                                      Michael J. Tamer, Tamer Partners             Solutions
Beth Ruffing, PBS&J                              Lars Møller, A/S Storebaelt/Sund &
                                                Baelt Holding                                                                      Kary H. Witt, Golden Gate Bridge,
Daniel F. Castrigano, Ohio Turnpike                                                   Philip Underhill, ACS Government             Highway & Transportation District
                                                Kimberlee L. Poulton, Florida’s
Commission                                                                            Solutions
                                                Turnpike Enterprise                                                                Harold W. Worrall
Jack Hartman, The Rise Group                                                          Lori Vidil, Maryland Transportation          Transportation Innovations, Inc.
                                                Richard J. Raczynski, New Jersey
Celia G. Kupersmith, Golden Gate                Turnpike Authority
Bridge, Highway & Transportation                                                      Christopher L. Warren, Florida’s
                                                Maurizio Rotondo, AISCAT –
District                                                                              Turnpike Enterprise
                                                Associazione Italiana Societa
                                                Concessionarie Autostrade e Trafori

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                                                                 SPECIAL TOURS
SPECIAL TOUR                                                                         COMPANION TOUR
“FORT WORTH ADVENTURE”                                                               DALLAS ARBORETUM “DALLAS IN BLOOM”
Date:     Saturday, September 16                                                     Date:    Monday, September 18
Time: Noon-5:00 pm                                                                   Time: 11:00 am-4:00 pm
Fee:      Included                                                                   Fee:     $50.00
(There is a charge of $25.00 for Non-Delegates and Exhibitors)                       *Registered Companions and Youths
*All Registered Attendees                                                            Celebrate the changing of the seasons with a spectacular day of flowers,
Kick up your heels for a high-steppin’ tour of Fort Worth, the city “where           gardens, blooms and historic homes at the Dallas Arboretum. This
the West begins.” Before riding down to “Cowtown,” a western guide                   66-acre oasis on the shore of scenic White Rock Lake provides the
                                                                                     backdrop for a magnificent tribute to the wonders of nature. After lunch
will teach you the language of the West and how to talk Texan. First, start
                                                                                     in the Arboretum, tour past “The Wilson Block,” a neighborhood of early
with a visit to the Stockyards National Historic District and then stroll up         prairie homes built in the “gingerbread” style that preserves the western
Exchange Street to witness the authentic Old West Cattle Drive and a                 heritage of Texas. Then, continue up Swiss Avenue through the Munger
variety of western shops and boutiques. This tour will include admission             Place Historic District, a grand assemblage of avant-garde dwellings
to the world-famous Billy Bob’s Texas nightclub offering billiards and               inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright and other Eclectic Era “period” styles.
memorabilia of some of the stars who have performed there.                           This tour includes lunch.

TECHNICAL TOUR                                                                       COMPANION TOUR
NTTA TECHNOLOGY & CUSTOMER SERVICE                                                   “JFK”–THE SIXTH FLOOR MUSEUM
Date:    Sunday, September 17                                                        Date:    Tuesday, September 19
Time: 9:00 am-Noon                                                                   Time: 11:00 am-4:00 pm
*Registered Delegates                                                                Fee:     $45.00
                                                                                     *Registered Companions and Youths
The North Texas Tollway Authority extends the opportunity to experience
a Toll Agency through the eyes of its customers. In this high level                  Where were you when President John F. Kennedy was shot? Return to
                                                                                     that moment in time and re-examine the critical events at the actual
interactive, entertaining and informative tour, witness the impact of
                                                                                     locations where the “Crime of the Century” was committed. This
the NTTA’s Customer Experience Management programs and how                           presentation will focus on the paths of President Kennedy, alleged
they enhance the quality life in the region. The tour will highlight the             assassin Lee Harvey Oswald and Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby
NTTA’s award winning interoperability program, incident management,                  that day. Begin with a visit to the acclaimed “Sixth Floor Exhibit”
Command Center and the NTTA’s Purdue University “Center of                           housed in the former Texas School Book Depository Building. The tour
Excellence” certified Customer Service Center. This tour includes lunch.              includes a detailed walking tour through Dealey Plaza to reveal precise
                                                                                     locations of key witnesses including the infamous “Grassy Knoll.” This
TECHNICAL TOUR (THIS TOUR IS OFFERED TWICE)                                          tour includes lunch.
Date:  Sunday, September 17                                                             SHUTTLE BUS:
Time: 9:00 am-Noon                                                                      DOWNTOWN DALLAS LOOP
Date:    Wednesday, September 20                                                        Date:    Sunday, September 16-Wednesday, September 20
Time: 1:00 pm-4:00 pm                                                                   Time:    11:00 am-4:00 pm (every half hour)
Fee:     $25.00                                                                                                            Complimentary shuttle bus service will
*Registered Delegates                                                                                                      run from the hotel to the Downtown
The North Texas Tollway Authority offers a tour of the Dallas North                                                        Dallas Loop including the following
Tollway and President George Bush Turnpike. The tour will highlight                                                        stops: Neiman Marcus Downtown,
the NTTA’s economic development, landscaping, express lane                                                                 Cultural Arts District, North Park Mall,
conversions, safety and capacity improvements, the exciting PGBT                                                           and Highland Village.
“Super Connector” project built in an environmentally sensitive area                                                       No reservation required.
and current construction projects. Lunch will be provided at the NTTA’s
newest Main Lane Plaza featuring a pneumatic coin collection system.

                                       *Registration is required for all tours. Please see registration form on page 11.
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                                               HOTEL & TRAVEL

HOTEL RESERVATIONS                                                     AIRPORTS
Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion                                        Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
300 Reunion Boulevard                                                  18 miles from the Hyatt Regency
Dallas, Texas 75207 USA                                                Cab Fare from DFW to Hyatt is approximately $50.00.

Tel:                 +1 (214) 651-1234                                 Dallas Love Field
Toll-Free:           +1 (800) 233-1234 (US+Canada)                     7 miles from the Hyatt Regency
Fax:                 +1 (214) 742-8126                                 Cab Fare from Dallas Love is approximately $20.00.
Online Reservations:
                                                                       GROUND TRANSPORTATION (Reservations recommended)
IBTTA Rates:         Please use the group codes below when
                     making reservations.                              Traveling between DFW airport and downtown Dallas:
                                                                       • Chauffeured Sedan Service: DFW Transit, (214) 616-3288
                     Standard Single; US $185                              OR Savoya Sedan Service, (214) 969-0000.
                     Group code: GIBT6
                                                                       • Shuttle Service:
                     Standard Double; US $205                            Super Shuttle, Local: (817) 329-2000 or Toll Free: 800-BLUE VAN
                     Group code: GIBT6                                   (258-3826)
Check-in:            3:00 pm                                              Yellow Checker Transportation, Local: (214) 841-1900 or Toll Free
Check-out:           Noon                                                 (866) 903-1900.
                                                                       • Service Fare: Shared van service for 1 passenger is $16.00
Conveniently located near the business, sports and shopping              or exclusive van service for up to 10 passengers is $70.00 and
districts, Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion is in the heart of            sedan service for up to 3 passengers, $59.00.
downtown’s historic district. Reunion Tower is a 50-story tower
which provides the best panoramic views (40 miles on a clear day)      Traveling between Dallas Love Field airport and downtown Dallas:
of the Metroplex from its three upper levels.                          • Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is a convenient way
                                                                           to travel from Dallas Love Field airport to downtown Dallas
The Hyatt will offer the IBTTA room rate until August 21, 2006 (the        — DART bus Route 39 direct to downtown.
cut-off date). Only room reservations received on or before the cut-
off date will be confirmed at the group rates. Reservations can be      • Fare: A single-ride fare is $1.25. A one-day pass is available
cancelled up to 48 hours prior to arrival without penalty.               for $2.50.

To organize hospitality events with the Catering Office at the hotel,   TRAIN
please call (800) 233-1234. Please remember it is IBTTA policy that    Amtrak Rail Service
these events not conflict with official IBTTA events.                    Amtrak passenger trains serve over 500 cities in the U.S. The
                                                                       Texas Eagle route provides Dallas with daily service, going north to
                                                                       Chicago and south to San Antonio and many cities in between. This
HISTORY OF REUNION TOWER                                               train has coach, lounge, and dining car service as well as private
                                                                       sleeper accommodations. (800) 872-7245.
The “Reunion” name is a slice of Dallas history. French, Belgian and
Swiss socialist immigrants established La Reunion Colony nearby in     RECOMMENDED TRAVEL WEBSITE
the mid-1800s. They sought to cultivate a perfect, Utopian society
based on the writings of philosopher François Marie Charles Fourier.
A couple of harsh winters did the colony in. But its name survives,
honoring the settlers’ contribution to the city’s cultural fabric.

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                                    74th Annual Meeting and Exhibition

                      REGISTRATION FORM                                                                                                       SEPTEMBER 16-20, 2006                                   DALLAS, TEXAS USA

PLEASE COMPLETE ONE FORM PER REGISTRANT.                                                                                                      RETURN THIS FORM ALONG WITH
                                                                                                                                              PAYMENT TO IBTTA BY SEPTEMBER 8TH:
Name _________________________________________________________________________________                                                        1146 19th Street, NW, Suite 800
                                    Last /Nom / Apellido                                                 First/Prenombre
                                                                                                                                              Washington, DC 20036-3725
Title_______________________________________________ Name for badge _______________________
                                                                                                                                              Tel:           (202) 659-4620
Organization ____________________________________________________________________________                                                     Fax:           (202) 659-0500
                                                                                                                                              Office Hours: 8:30am-5:00pm (EST)
Mailing Address __________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                              BANK WIRE TRANSFERS
City ____________________________ State _______________ Zip ____________ Country ______________                                               Bank transfers may be made to: SunTrust Bank, 1445 New York
                                                                                                                                              Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC, 20005 USA. Domestic Wire Transfers:
Business Telephone ________________________________Fax ____________________________________                                                   Account: 1000043230308, ABA #061000104. For International wire
E-mail ________________________________________________________________________________                                                       transfers: Account: 1000043230308, SWIFT CODE: SNTRUS3A in
                                                                                                                                              U.S. Dollars. Payor must assume all bank fees. Check must be in U.S.
Companion Name _____________________________________Name for badge _______________________                                                    funds and drawn on a U.S. bank. Please reference delegate name and
                                                                                                                                              conference name and fax a copy to IBTTA at (202) 659-0500.
Companion e-mail ________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                              GENERAL INFORMATION
Youth Name _________________________________________Name for badge _______________________                                                    Registration fees include all functions on the official program and
1 REGISTRATION FEES                            (All prices in U.S. dollars.)                                                                  must be paid in advance. All employees of an agency or firm are
                                                                                                                                              considered ‘Delegates.’ In order for names to appear in the official
   Companion refers to a spouse or personal friend, not a business associate or staff member. After September 8, 2006
   registrations will only be accepted on site. Your organization’s dues must be paid to qualify for member rate. Fees must be                printed registration list, paid registration must be received at IBTTA by
   paid in U.S. dollars in advance to guarantee registration.                                                                                 September 8, 2006.
                                                           EARLY BIRD (THROUGH AUGUST 1)                      (AFTER AUGUST 1)
                                                                                                                                              REGISTRATION REFUND AND
  Delegate (Member)                                                     $750                                          $850                    CANCELLATION POLICY
  Delegate (Non-Member)                                                 $1,050                                        $1,150                  Full registration refunds less a $75.00 administrative fee will be made if
  Speaker                                                               $350                                          $350                    cancellation is received in writing by IBTTA before September 8, 2006.
  1st Exhibitor                                                         Included in booth fee (excludes events and other tours)               No refunds can be made after this date. Tours are subject to cancellation
  2nd Exhibitor                                                         Included in booth fee (excludes events and other tours)               if minimums are not met. No refunds will be issued for tour reservations
  3rd Exhibitor or more                                                 $275 (excludes events and other tours)       $375                     cancelled after September 8, 2006. No refunds will be issued for no
  One Day Exhibit Hall Pass                                             $100                                          $100                    shows. Substitutions are allowed at any time.
  Companion                                                             $350                                          $350
  Youth (under 13-years old)                                            $100                                          $100
  Media                                                                 Complimentary
                                                                                                                                              SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
                                                                                       1 Subtotal $_____________                                             If you have special requirements, please attach a
    I am a new attendee.       I am interested in joining IBTTA.                                                                                             separate note of explanation.
  Note: Professional Development Units (PDUs) will be available to all interested attendees.
2 OPTIONAL EVENTS (All prices are per person, in U.S. dollars.) Space is subject to availability.
                                                                                                                                              PAYMENT SUMMARY
                                                                               # OF TICKETS               PRICE                AMOUNT
Saturday, September 16, Noon – 5:00 pm                                                                                                        1 REGISTRATION FEES                                         $ ____________
      Special Tour: Fort Worth Adventure                                       ____________         x    Included =           $____________
      (Registered Attendees)                                                                      ($25.00 for non-delegates                   2 OPTIONAL EVENTS                                           $ ____________
                                                                                                       and exhibitors)
Sunday, September 17, 9:00 am – Noon                                                                                                                                                        TOTAL DUE $ ____________
      Technical Tour: NTTA Technology                                          ____________         x     $25.00       =      $____________
      and Customer Service
      (Registered Delegates Only)
                                                                                                                                              METHOD OF PAYMENT
Sunday, September 17, 9:00 am – Noon                                                                                                          I wish to use the credit card listed below:
      Technical Tour: NTTA Projects                                            ____________         x     $25.00       =      $____________
      (Registered Delegates Only)                                                                                                                Visa                   MasterCard                     American Express
Monday, September 18, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
      Companion Tour: Dallas Arboretum                                         ____________         x     $50.00       =      $____________    Account Number
       (Registered Companions & Youths)
Tuesday, September 19, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm                                                                                                      Expiration Date
      Companion Tour: JFK—The Sixth Floor Museum                               ____________         x     $45.00       =      $____________
       (Registered Companions & Youths)
                                                                                                                                               Name on Credit Card
Wednesday, September 20, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
      Technical Tour: NTTA Projects                                            ____________         x     $25.00       =      $____________
      (Registered Delegates Only)                                                                                                              Authorized Signature (Only if paying by credit card)
                                                                                                        2 Subtotal $ ____________
                                                                                                                                               Billing Address if Different from Above.
3 SESSIONS (To help with our planning, please indicate which sessions you plan to attend.)
Sunday, September 17, 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm                                           Tuesday, September 19, 3:30 pm–5:30 pm                         Check Enclosed for Registration and Optional Events.
        I will be attending the Luncheon for New Members &                                  Breakout: Technology                                  Wire Transfer Pending.
        First-Time Attendees                                                                Breakout: Finance
Sunday, September 17, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm                                                     Breakout: Operations & Mobility
                                                                                                                                              I have read and understand the payment and cancellation policies
        I will be attending the Opening Event at Gilley’s                                   Breakout: Stakeholders & Institutions
                                                                                                                                              outlined in this program.
Tuesday, September 19, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm                                          Wednesday, September 20, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
                                                                                            I will be attending the Denim & Diamonds Ball     Signature: ________________________________________
        Breakout: Technology
        Breakout: Finance
                                                                                                                                              Date: ____________________________________________
        Breakout: Operations & Mobility
        Breakout: Stakeholders & Institutions

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                                          EXHIBITOR INFORMATION
ROUND-UP business by exhibiting at IBTTA’s Annual Meeting!

     (All booths measure 8’ x 10’)
     (Ceiling height is 14’ in most locations)

     1:00 pm– 5:00 pm
     Exhibitor Set-up

     9:00 am – 1:00 pm
     Exhibitor Set-up

     12:15 pm – 2:30 pm
     Exhibit Open with Lunch & Raffle

     5:30 pm –7:00 pm
     Reception in Exhibit Hall

     1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
     Exhibit Open with Lunch & Raffle

     3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
                                                      X = unavailable space — reserved as of July 1
     Exhibitor Tear Down

Become an Exhibitor Today!                                                During the 2006 event, representatives of
                                                                          the toll industry managers will attend this
Don’t miss the chance to meet your customers and                          exhibition, the only exhibition targeted
prospective customers face-to-face during IBTTA’s 2006                    directly to them. Their agencies operate vital
Annual Meeting and Exhibition. Complete, sign and return                  transportation links, and they’re looking for the
the Exhibit Contract with the required payment to secure your             technologies, products and services you can
                                                                          provide. Sign up today!
place on IBTTA’s exhibit floor. Exhibit space will be assigned
on a first-come, first-served basis. For best selection, reserve            Available online:
your booth today.                                                         1. Exhibitor floorplan (updated regularly)
                                                                          2. Exhibitor reservation form (PDF)
Contact Wanda Klayman at or                            3. Exhibitor information, Service Manual from
Deb Fasano at for additional information.                  Freeman, the appointed decorating company

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                         DALLAS BOOTH RESERVATION FORM
                                                                  1. PRIMARY CONTACT INFORMATION
                                                                  Please read all information carefully and sign in the appropriate space below.
• Exhibitors receive: Two(2) Compli-
  mentary Exhibitor Registrations; access                         Name of Exhibiting Company: _____________________________________________________
  to the session rooms and refreshment                            (The following information should refer to the contact in charge of exhibit and to whom all materials
  breaks; delegate/exhibitor lunch on                             should be sent. Completing this form does not register the primary contact to attend the exhibition. A
  Monday and Tuesday and 24-hour                                  separate registration from must be completed in order to attend the exhibition.)
  exhibit hall security.                                          Name: __________________________________________________________________________
• Tickets to the Opening Reception, Closing
                                                                  Title: ____________________________________________________________________________
  Banquet and Fort Worth Historical Tour
  only may be purchased on site in Dallas.                        Address: _________________________________________________________________________
• Technical Tours are open to registered
                                                                  City _________________________State _____________ Zip _________ Country _____________
  delegates only. See Registration Form
  on page 11.                                                     Business Telephone _________________________ Fax __________________________________
• All exhibit personnel must register us-
                                                                  E-mail: __________________________________________________________________________
  ing an official IBTTA Registration Form
  on page 11.
                                                                  2. EXHIBIT SPACE
• We encourage all exhibitors to register                         Booth number(s) (See floor plan on previous page) 1st Choice ____ 2nd Choice _____3rd Choice
  prior to September 8, 2006. If you regis-                       MEMBER     No. of Booths: _______8 feet x 10 feet (2.4m x 3m approximately) @ U.S. $2,000 = $ __________
  ter in advance, your name will be added                         NON-MEMBER No. of Booths: _______8 feet x 10 feet (2.4m x 3m approximately) @ U.S. $2,500 = $ __________
  to the advance registration list given to                       Booth assignments will be made by IBTTA on a first-come, first-served basis. All efforts will be made to
  all delegates.                                                  accommodate booth preference but the Association reserves the right to make choices based on the best use
                                                                  of the available space and the entire exhibit area. Full payment of the total cost of your space must accompany
• Booth space measures 8 ft. x 10 ft. and                         this form. You may send this contract by fax only if paying by credit card. Please do not mail a duplicate
                                                                  form. Checks should be made payable to IBTTA. All fees must be in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank.
  includes standard background and side                           Bank transfers may be made to: SunTrust Bank, 1445 New York Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC, 20005 USA.
  rail drapes; one six-foot draped table;                         Domestic Wire Transfers: Account: 1000043230308, ABA #061000104. For International wire transfers: Account:
  two chairs; one wastebasket; and an ID                          1000043230308, SWIFT CODE: SNTRUS3A in U.S. Dollars. Payor must assume all bank fees. Check must be in
                                                                  U.S. funds and drawn on a U.S. bank. Please reference delegate name and conference name and fax a copy to
  sign. The exhibit hall is carpeted and                          IBTTA. CANCELLATIONS: Please read the cancellation clause below. It will be strictly enforced.
  any additional furnishings or modular
  exhibits may be ordered through Free-                           3. PAYMENT METHOD                                              4. SIGNATURE OF AGREEMENT
  man. An Exhibitor Service Manual with                               ❑ American Express                 ❑      Check            I have read the terms and conditions set forth
  order forms and shipping instructions                               ❑ Mastercard                       ❑      Bank Transfer    in this contract (note terms below) and I have
  will be mailed with booth confirmation                               ❑ Visa                                                     agree to abide by these terms and conditions
                                                                                                                                 which form a part of this contract between our
  and can be found online.
                                                                                Credit Card Account Number                       firm (Exhibitor) and the International Bridge,
• Exhibit booths will be assigned on                                                                                             Tunnel and Turnpike Association.
  a first-come, first-served basis upon                                                  Expiration Date
  receipt of the required payment and a
  completed, signed copy of this Exhibit                                                                                         Signature                         Date
                                                                                    Name on Credit Card
• Fax this contract to Wanda Klayman at                                Authorized Signature (Only if paying by credit card)
  202-659-0500, or
• Mail to: IBTTA, 1146 19th Street, NW,                           IBTTA EXHIBIT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
  Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036                                 1. Installation and Dismantling of Exhibits may only be conducted during the time specified.
                                                                  2. Payment: Full payment is required before Exhibit Space will be reserved. All fees must be paid in U.S. dollars
                                                                     and drawn on a U.S. bank. Payor must assume all bank fees.
                                                                  3. Your organization’s 2006 IBTTA membership dues must be paid in full by July 30, 2006, to qualify for the
 FOR IBTTA USE ONLY                                                  member-discounted exhibitor rate.
 Booth Location Assignment: ____________                          4. All Exhibit Space cancellations or reductions must be made in writing.
 Date Space Confirmed: _________________                                             Action                                               Penalty
                                                                                    Cancellation or reduction of Exhibit Space           50% of cost of Exhibit Space
 Payment: Date Received: _______________                                            prior to August 21, 2006
              Payment Method: _____________                                         Cancellation of Exhibit Space                        100% of cost of Exhibit Space
                                                                                    after August 21, 2006
              Amount: _____________________
                                                                  5. The playing of music or loud noises within the exhibit or display area is strictly prohibited.
                                                                  6. Insurance. Exhibitor shall effect insurance coverage for all exhibit merchandise at site and in transit exclusive
                                                                     of business interruption insurance, if applicable, and IBTTA shall not be responsible for any loss or damage
                                                                     thereto, howsoever incurred. The Exhibitor must carry his own fire insurance and public liability insurance of
       FAX THIS FORM TO:                                             not less than one million dollars and provide proof of insurance to IBTTA prior to move-in. Please note the
                                                                     hotel will check for this when you move in, so be sure to have proof of insurance with you onsite.
         (202) 659-0500                                           7. Exhibit Guidelines. IBTTA will follow the official Guidelines for Display Rules and Regulations as issued by the
                                                                     International Association of Exposition Management. A copy of these rules may be requested from the IBTTA office.

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                                           SPONSORSHIP FORM
     Increase your exposure to IBTTA members by becoming a sponsor!
                                            Opportunities are limited–contact IBTTA today.*

     • Company logo on sponsor reel                                       • Prominent signage
     • Recognition during sessions                                        • Sponsor ribbons
     • Listing in final program                                            • Material table
     • Link on the annual meeting page of the IBTTA website               • Advance attendee registration list

     WRANGLERS ($15,000)                                                                       SUPPORTING ($4,000)

     This custom-designed sponsorship provides maximum visibility. Please                      Sponsorship includes one of the following events:
     contact Wanda Klayman for details.                                                        ✭ Closing Reception
                                                                                               ✭ Closing Dinner
     GOLD ($12,000)                                SILVER ($6,000)                             ✭ New Member Luncheon
                                                                                               ✭ Exhibit Attendee Lunch (Monday)
     Sponsorship includes one of the following     Sponsorship includes one of the following   ✭ Exhibit Attendee Lunch (Tuesday)
     branded items:                                branded items:                              ✭ Refreshment Breaks
     ✭ Cyber Center                                ✭ Water Bottles                             ✭ Fort Worth Tour
     ✭ Delegate Notebooks                          ✭ Printed Registration List                       (Open to all registered attendees)
     ✭ Printed Program (back cover)                ✭ Delegate Pens                             ✭ Companion Tours
     ✭ Registration Bags                           ✭ Speaker Support                                 (Dallas Arboretum or the JFK Museum)
     ✭ Name Badge Holder & Lanyard                 Plus:                                       ✭ Dallas Shopping Loop Bus
     Plus:                                                                                           (Runs Sunday through Wednesday)
                                                   ✭ 1 complimentary delegate registration
     ✭ 2 complimentary delegate registrations      ✭ 3 complimentary exhibit hall passes       Plus:
     ✭ 5 complimentary exhibit hall passes                                                     ✭ 2 complimentary exhibit hall passes

Please list our organization as _________________________________________________
Contact Name _______________________________________________________________                     •     Sponsorships are available to
                                                                                                       members only.
Title _________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                                 •     All sponsorship items are
Address _____________________________________________________________________                          co-branded with IBTTA.

City _____________________________State ______ Zip __________ Country ___________                •     Please provide your logo in EPS
                                                                                                       and JPG format along with a
Telephone _________________ Cell phone __________________ Fax __________________                       50-word company description.
                                                                                                 •     For information on joining IBTTA,
E-mail ________________________________________________________________________                        contact Barbara O’Connor at
                                                                                              or call
Signature _____________________________________________________________________
                                                                                                       (202) 659-4620 x11.

         To secure your sponsorship or for additional information, please contact                *All sponsorships are based on availability.
              Wanda Klayman at 202-659-4620 x22 or

       1146 19th Street, NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036 • phone: 202-659-4620 fax: 202-659-0500

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                                                         AREA ATTRACTIONS
THINGS TO DO AND SEE IN DALLAS                                                   THINGS TO DO AND SEE IN FORT WORTH
✮ Arts & Culture                                                                 ✮ American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum
✮ Cavanaugh Flight Museum                                                        ✮ Cattle Raisers Museum
✮ Frontiers of Flight Museum                                                     ✮ Cowtown Coliseum
✮ The Modern Art Museum of Dallas                                                ✮ Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
✮ Nasher Sculpture Center                                                        ✮ Fort Worth Zoo
✮ Southfork Ranch                                                                ✮ National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
✮ Gondola Adventures                                                             ✮ Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame
✮ Texas Stadium                                                                  ✮ The Western Currency Facility of the Bureau of Engraving
  Home to the five-time World Champion Dallas                                       and Printing

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