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We’re excited to announce our full matrix of EXPO 2019 workshop sessions, completely redesigned this year to prioritize four key tracks crucial to the future of our industry: Innovation, Operations, Investment and People Power. Within each track are three key core topics, each of which will feature sessions targeted to attendees varying levels of experience in community and public transportation. Additionally, we will close the EXPO workshops with a Road Map session for each track that will allow EXPO participants to set CTAA’s priorities and strategy for the future on these key issues. We believe this new format maximizes flexibility for workshop attendees while also focusing on concepts that have the potential to shape mobility in profound ways.

Emerging Session:

Industry Experts Discuss Innovative Transit and Mobility Practices

Intermediate Session:

Practical Applications of Innovative Transit and Mobility Practices

Advanced Session:

A Deep Dive into Implementing Innovative Transit and Mobility Practices

Emerging Session:

Exploring the Basics of Transit Finance, Partnerships, and Sustainability

Intermediate Session:

Building Financially Sustainable Partnerships: Practical Applications

Advanced Session:

Strategies and Priorities to Achieve Investment Success

Emerging Session:

Taking an Introductory look to HR, Public Engagement and Accessibility

Intermediate Session:

Finding and Retaining Staff, Developing a Marketing Plan, and Understanding Accessibility

Advanced Session:

Implementing Succession Strategies, Inclusive Transit Planning, and Transforming Accessibility into Improved Mobility

Emerging Session:

Transit System Design, Bus Transit Safety and Asset Management Basics

Intermediate Session:

Understanding Service Redesign, Building a Safety Culture, and Implementing Effective Asset Management

Advanced Session:

Launching Redesigns, Assessing System Safety, and Achieving Advanced Asset Management

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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.