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DC EVENT ALERT: April 8 – APTA TRANSPORTATION TUESDAY

The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) is pleased to invite you to the April 8, 2014 Transportation Tuesday program, featuring Thomas Littleton Associate Administrator for Safety and Oversight for the Federal Transit Administration.  Associate Administrator Littleton will speak on the topic Partnering for Safety:  The Development of FTA’s New Safety Office and Safety Role.  He will talk about thechallenges of establishing this new program, the … Continue reading

TransportationCamp New England is April 5th!!

Get your tickets now for TransportationCamp New England, on 4/5 hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, at MIT’s Stata Center. Details and registration here. Follow @TranspoCampNE for the latest updates. If you are interested in becoming a sponsoring partner of TransportationCamp, please contact transpocamp@camsys.com for more information.

DC Event Alert: March 4 – APTA Transportation Tuesday

The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) is pleased to invite you to the March 4, 2014 re-launch of its Transportation Tuesday programs.  The March 4 program will feature a senior Administration official.   Being reviewed will be key elements of the Obama Administration’s FY 2015 budget proposal, which is to be unveiled earlier that day. The program will … Continue reading

Save the Date! April 12-13, 2014 Atlanta, GA: TransportationCamp South & Govathon

Save the date everyone! TransportationCamp South & Govathon is coming to Atlanta, GA! Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 8:30 AM – Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 4:00 PM Atlanta, GA Get your tickets early!

NYC EVENT RECAP: PANEL DISCUSSION ON INFRASTRUCTURE RESILIENCY IN NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY

On February 10, about forty members and friends of the New York Chapter of Young Professionals in Transportation convened for a timely discussion on infrastructure resiliency in New York and New Jersey. The moderator, Joy Sinderbrand of the Port Authority, introduced the topic with the Rockefeller Foundation’s definition of resilience- “making people, communities and systems … Continue reading

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