The SWTA Effective Transit Supervisor’s Workshop

You’ve just been promoted to Supervisor…now what?

Join us for a two-day transit specific program that will fast track your supervisory skills to better lead a successful transit team.

Targeted to: Existing, new and potential transit and paratransit supervisors

Curriculum theme: Supervision for public transit and paratransit administration, operations and maintenance

Why risk your career by learning transit management skills by trial and error when you can get up to speed fast on critical management techniques and strategies? The management skills and knowledge you need for a smooth and successful transition are only a 2-day workshop away!

Cost: Members $249 and nonmembers $349

NMPTA has secured rooms under their room block
$83.00 Double or Single
Reservations can be made by calling 1800 HILTONS. Follow the prompted questions to make a new reservation, and give the agent the group code: NMPTA to receive the NMPTA special rate.
Reservations must be made by Saturday, February 26th, 2014, to receive the NMPTA special rate.

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2014 International Transportation and Economic Development (I-TED) Conference

2014 International Transportation and Economic Development (I-TED) Conference
April 9-11, Dallas Texas

Early Bird Hotel Rates Expire March 27, 2014
Conference Registration fee: $350 by April 1

Please join us. The Transportation Research Board, TRB’s Committee on Transportation and Economic Development, and the Texas A&M Transportation Institute are excited to bring you the fifth international conference to address the linkage between transportation and economic development.

• Keynote speakers to include:
• Michael Morris, North Central Council of Governments
• Victor Vandergriff, Commissioner, Texas Transportation Commission
• Jim Tymon, Director of Management and Program Finance, AASHTO and former senior adviser to House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman, Bill Shuster
• Deborah Miller, nominated to the Surface Transportation Board and Vice-President of Cambridge Systematics

• Examples of break-out session topics include:
• Light Rail Transit, and Transit-Oriented Development
• Public Transportation, Clusters and Economic Development
• Public-Private Sector Roles and Relationships in Promoting Transportation Infrastructure Investments for Economic Development Objectives
• Impacts of New Financing and Pricing Strategies on Economic Development
• Climate Change Policy- Induced Effects on Transportation Investments and Economic Development

• Tour hosted by DART at their downtown Mockingbird Station and Downtown Plano
• Hands-on Workshop on handling Census Data products
• Opening night poster session-reception hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas at their facility in downtown Dallas. Includes a tour of parts of the facility.
• Earn AICP credits

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AzTA/ADOT Annual Conference


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TTA 2014 Annual Conference

Details Coming Soon!

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