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Tribes moving forward


May 20-21

For the sixth time, CTAA will be hosting the National Tribal Transit Conference, in conjunction with CTAA’s EXPO. Native Americans face many unique mobility challenges in accessing jobs, health care, shopping, education and other essential services. There are programs and funding are available to help Tribes meet these challenges and build sustainable tribal transit services- this Conference will help you learn how to effectively use these programs and funding sources.

Background: Native Americans face many mobility challenges in accessing jobs, health care, shopping, education and other essential services. The trips to these destinations can be long, and many tribal areas struggle with continuing adverse economic conditions, such as high unemployment. Historically, resources to address these challenges have been limited, but innovative programs and funding can help build sustainable tribal transit services.

Objectives: During this two-day national conference you’ll learn about:

  • An historic perspective of tribal transit.
  • The basics of tribal transit services.
  • Planning and building a tribal transit program.
  • Funding sources to support tribal transit programs, including FTA’s Tribal Transit Program.
  • Tribal transit success stories.

Cost: $75 for CTAA members, $150 for non CTAA members.

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Mobility Management Forum

May 21

At CTAA’s 2019 EXPO, Tuesday, May 21, will be dedicated to mobility management professionals. During the day, mobility managers from across the country will have the opportunity to learn about advances in the mobility management field and in the work of the National Center for Mobility Management; learn skills designed in response to needs identified by mobility managers; participate in small group work to shape the discussion of important topics, such as performance measures; and network to learn from their fellow mobility management practitioners.

The cost for this day is $50.


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.