The Coordinating Council on Access and Mobility (CCAM) invites those interested in accessibility and efficiency in transportation to join work group members in a community perspectives webinar 2-3:30 p.m. EDT Wednesday, June 7. The webinar will explore regulatory barriers, funding and finances, and administrative barriers related to coordination and vehicle sharing at the state and local levels.
CCAM issues policy recommendations and implements activities that improve the availability, accessibility, and efficiency of transportation for targeted populations. Three CCAM work groups kicked off in March 2017 to identify and prioritize strategies to meet the requirements of the FAST Act. FTA leads the CCAM work groups.
In this community perspectives webinar, you are invited to join the CCAM work group members and hear from three communities about their transportation experiences. The webinar also will include a brief update on CCAM by FTA, with Q&A following the community presentations.
Registration is free. If you need assistance, alternative formats or services, please contact Zach Smith of the National Center for Mobility Management, (202) 496-4807. After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
CTAA: Mobility Rising, Expo 2017
Detroit is America’s great comeback city. Downtown has been revitalized and the city is buzzing with an infectious new optimism and entrepreneurial spirit. Join us in this great American Renaissance city for the annual Community Transportation EXPO, your chance to collaborate with colleagues from around the nation and across the full spectrum of transportation service providers in a setting dedicated to fresh ideas, innovative products and services, networking and learning. From traditional transit systems to NEMT providers, mobility managers to volunteer operators, EXPO is the confluence of the community transportation field. In addition to important legislative discussions, there will be dozens of training sessions, workshops and networking events that will allow you to advance your understanding of issues, and develop fresh solutions and new approaches.
CityLink in Abilene is hosting FORD Factory Training
Attention Maintenance Personnel with FORD Van Fleets
CityLink in Abilene is hosting FORD Factory Training, June 21-22, 2017
Advanced Engine Operation, Diagnosis and Service. There are 33 slots available, first come/first served.
Deadline to register May 15. Hotel rooms are available.
Class is FREE (Paid for by TXDOT - but anyone in the SWTA Nation can attend).
Meal cost is $20, cash/checks, no credit cards.
Courses of study include the following (see attached flyer for more details):
- Advanced Brakes and Interactive Vehicle Dynamics
- Advanced Engine Operation, Diagnosis and Service
- Drivability Systems and Diagnosis
- Integrated Diagnostic Software (IDS)
TO REGISTER EMAIL:
Amanda Garcia, CityLink (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Provide your name, position, phone number, and address.