Delivering Essential Innovation

THE PREMIER ANNUAL TRAINING AND NETWORKING EVENT
CTAA’s EXPO is the premier annual training and networking event for community and public transportation professionals. Participants take part in essential learning and networking events. Speakers and sessions will keep attendees up to date with innovative technology, workforce development, communication strategies, funding, and regulations. The EXPO also features a trade show with all of the latest community transportation goods and services. To find out more, visit our About page with the full breakdown.
Update to CTAA's COVID-19 Protocols at EXPO

After careful consideration with the CTAA Board of Directors and staff leadership, and in concert with our host hotel and the Richmond Convention Center, we will be implementing new COVID-19 safety protocols at our upcoming Community Transportation EXPO. These protocols are becoming standard for national conferences and will be critical in protecting the health and safety of everyone participating in the EXPO.

  • All attendees need to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test dated no later than Nov. 4.
  • Face masks will be required for all indoor meetings unless actively eating/drinking/presenting.
  • As much as possible, we will be offering the opportunity for social distancing in our intensive and workshop sessions.

In order to keep all attendee information confidential, we will be partnering with a third-party verification service. We will be sharing more details on this process soon.

Additionally, we’ve extended our early-bird rates to last the duration of the registration period. We want to offer as much flexibility to our members as possible, including the assurance of low prices.

Please contact CTAA Membership and EXPO Director Loreal Lance (lance@ctaa.org), or Executive Director Scott Bogren (bogren@ctaa.org), if you have any questions about these important safety protocols at our Community Transportation EXPO.

We feel it is imperative to do everything we can to ensure your safety in attending our conference — and these extra steps we have decided to take do just that. We appreciate your understanding and are happy to have to answer any questions you might have.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

All registration cancellations and requests for refunds must be received in writing and are subject to a $75 administrative fee. Cancellation and refund requests should be sent via email to events@ctaa.org. Cancellations received after Friday, Oct. 15, 2021 are nonrefundable, but substitutions will be accepted. Please allow 30 days following the conference for refund processing.

EXPO Trade Show and Educational Sessions

Greater Richmond Convention Center

403 N. Third Street

Host Hotel

500 East Broad Street

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA - HOST CITY FOR EXPO 2021

Whether you are passionate about history, arts, gardens, antiques, fine dining, outdoor recreation, theme parks, or NASCAR, there’s something for every taste in the Historic Richmond Region. Come find out why so many visitors fall in love with the Historic Richmond Region every day.

Richmond offers a wide range of cultural attractions. One of the finest museums in the Southeast, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, features collections from Europe, the Far East, and America. Special collections include the Faberge Russian Imperial Jewels and the Lewis Collection of Art Nouveau. Other major museums include the Science Museum of Virginia, the Children’s Museum, the Edgar Allen Poe Museum, and the Valentine Museum. These reflect Virginia’s heritage as well as the wonders of the modern age.

Getting to Richmond

Richmond International Airport’s modern terminal is just minutes from downtown. Seven major airlines – Allegiant, American, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit and United – offer nonstop flights to major domestic destinations and connecting options to points around the world. For more information, visit flyrichmond.com.

The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and its members believe that mobility is a basic human right. From work and education to life-sustaining health care and human services programs to shopping and visiting with family and friends, mobility directly impacts quality of life.

After careful consideration with the CTAA Board of Directors and staff leadership, and in concert with our host hotel and the Richmond Convention Center, we will be implementing new COVID-19 safety protocols at our upcoming Community Transportation EXPO. These protocols are becoming standard for national conferences and will be critical in protecting the health and safety of everyone participating in the EXPO.

  • All attendees need to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test dated no later than Nov. 4.
  • Face masks will be required for all indoor meetings unless actively eating/drinking/presenting.
  • As much as possible, we will be offering the opportunity for social distancing in our intensive and workshop sessions.