Hi – TRB is in the process of migrating committee rosters, friends lists, and the annual
paper submission and review process to the MyTRB software.
Please see below for instructions of how to activate your account and update your
You can directly select ABJ30 as a committee you want to be associated with.
At this time, we cannot select subcommittees – I will let you know when that modification
If you have ever registered to attend TRB or receive emails from them, that email is
likely the one on file for you. If you’ve changed jobs since that time, please see below
for how to get your main email updated.
If you have any questions, I’m happy to try to answer them or you can contact the MyTRB
help desk directly (which may be faster for you getting answers!).
If you plan to attend the 2016 TRB Annual Meeting, submit a paper, help with paper
reviews, or organize a session you are encouraged to create or update your MyTRB profile
g/>. All of the Annual Meeting process will take place
within the MyTRB system - please take a moment to create or update you MyTRB login now!
Initial Login (Please Review Completely Before Logging In) You may already be listed in
MyTRB. The system includes profiles for thousands of individuals who previously have
participated in TRB activities. Therefore, for your initial login, please go to
, and enter your email address.
• If you are not in the system, you will be prompted to create a new profile.
• If you are in the system, you will receive (in about 5 minutes) an email with a link
that will allow you to create a new password to access your existing information in
Please use your official work email address. This will help to avoid confusion, as
benefits and access to certain features may be associated with your organization’s email
If you believe the profile TRB has on file for you may be linked to an old email address
to which you no longer have access, please contact the MyTRB help desk with both the old
and new email addresses. Wait for a response from the MyTRB help desk before attempting to
After You Login Once you are logged into MyTRB, please take a moment to ensure that your
profile is up to date. Navigation within MyTRB is controlled by the links that appear in
the gray bar below the burgundy TRB header on the website. To view your existing profile,
hover over “My Account” and then click on “Edit Profile.”
MyTRB Help Desk To help users, TRB has established the MyTRB help desk. The help desk can
be reached at MyTRB@nas.edu<mailto:MyTRB@nas.edu?subject=Assistance%20Needed> or by
202-334-1738<tel:202-334-1738> from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET Monday to Friday.