SUN

SMALL URBAN NETWORK

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Coming soon

SUN Conference 2020:
Missoula, Montana
CTAA’s annual Small Urban Network (SUN) Conference – now heading into its sixth year – allows chief executives and leaders at small-urban transit agencies a chance to gather with their peers to network, share ideas and solutions and shape CTAA policy strategy impacting small urban systems in a collegial, retreat-like setting. Past SUN Conference attendees have noted they enjoy this event in particular due to its focused agenda and because nearly all its participants are their fellow transit managers and executives.

Policy and Regulatory Advocacy

From bus capital investment to the STIC program, SUN members have crafted an advocacy platform specifically tailored to issues, policies and regulations most relevant to small-urban transit operators.
SUN members have discounted access to the entirety of CTAA’s training menu – from system safety and security accreditation and safety officer training to dispatching courses and ADA technical assistance.

Annual Conference

SUN’s annual Conference – now heading into its sixth year – allows chief executives and leaders at small-urban transit agencies a chance to gather with their peers to network, share ideas and solutions and shape CTAA policy strategy impacting small urban systems in a collegial, retreat-like setting. 

ABOUT CTAA's SUN

SMALL URBAN NETWORK

America’s small cities – and the transportation providers that serve them – have always been a unique and dynamic part our nation’s public transportation network.

CTAA’s Small Urban Network (SUN) is designed to specifically serve (PDF)(382 KB) this growing cadre of transit professionals and operations. The SUN is a group of CTAA members operating community and public transportation agencies in small urban areas – those with populations between 50,000 and 200,000.

CTAA’s annual Small Urban Network (SUN) Conference – now heading into its sixth year – allows chief executives and leaders at small-urban transit agencies a chance to gather with their peers to network, share ideas and solutions and shape CTAA policy strategy impacting small urban systems in a collegial, retreat-like setting. Past SUN Conference attendees have noted they enjoy this event in particular due to its focused agenda and because nearly all its participants are their fellow transit managers and executives.

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.