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YPT-Austin Chapter was founded in October 2010 for young professionals and students in the Central Texas area.  We aim to provide career guidance, fellowship, and networking opportunities for young professionals in the transportation field through seminars, meetings and happy hours.  Our Board of Directors represent a diverse group of young transportation professionals from private as well as public sectors.

If you are a transportation professional (or student) in Central Texas, join us for one of our upcoming networking or roundtable events.  Check out our Facebook page or click HERE to explore future events.  To receive updates from our chapter and to learn about upcoming events, join our mailing list.

You can also contact YPT-Austin Chapter via email at yptaustin@gmail.com.

Young Professionals in Transportation – Austin Chapter
P.O. Box 300753
Austin, TX 78703-0753
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