Feb
24
Sun
APTA Legal Affairs Seminar​ @ Hyatt Regency
Feb 24 – Feb 26 all-day

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The 2019 Legal Affairs Seminar is scheduled for February 24-26, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans, 601 Loyola Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70113.

About this Seminar

The Legal Affairs Seminar provides up-to-date information on regulatory/legislative developments, industry-related litigation, and other legal issues affecting the transit industry.

We expect a number of representatives from the Federal Transit Administration to talk about recently issued circulars and what to anticipate in the coming year. ​

To view the program-at-glance please click here: 2019 Legal Affairs Seminar Program at-a-glance​​​​​​​

Who Should Attend: attorneys representing all APTA members

Dress Code: business casual

APTA Marketing & Communications Workshop @ Hyatt Regency
Feb 24 – Feb 27 all-day

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​The 2019 Marketing & Communications Workshop is scheduled for February 24- 27, 2019,
at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans, 601 Loyola Avenue, New Orleans, LA, 70113.

About this Workshop

This intensive and interactive workshop focuses on all aspects of public transportation marketing and communications, including media relations, customer service, social media, ridership initiatives, and best practices.

Who Should Attend: all public transportation personnel involved in marketing, communications, media relations, advertising, social media, planning, research, service development, and customer service

Feb
25
Mon
APTA Risk Management Seminar @ Hyatt Regency
Feb 25 – Feb 28 all-day

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About this Seminar

This is the only Risk Management seminar specifically dedicated to Risk Management professionals and practitioners involved in Transit Risk Management. This year, this unique event will be held in New Orleans, LA at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans Hotel, February 25-28. The seminar is intended to bring creative innovative presentations and speakers to our industry specialists that center around risks, exposures, alternatives, and new technology unique to transit. We have assembled leaders in their fields and sought-after speakers and presenters to address the most pressing and emerging issues of our Risk Management times. We hope you will review our agenda by visiting the Registration link on this website.

Note: The Risk Management Committee of APTA is fortunate to be endorsed by generous sponsors and donors who are committed to our profession and purpose. We thank them for their generosity and dedication to our group.

Who should attend: risk managers, claims/safety/security officers and professionals, insurance underwriting professionals, insurance brokers and suppliers of products and services relevant to the risk management industry.​​​

 

Feb
26
Tue
Rural Philanthropy Toolkit
Feb 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

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The Rural Health Information Hub and the NORC Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis will present the Rural Philanthropy Toolkit, which is designed to help rural communities to build relationships with philanthropies. Developed by NORC on behalf of the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP), the toolkit compiles emerging practices and resources to support rural communities seeking to build relationships with philanthropies. This toolkit presents practical strategies that can help rural communities prepare for partnerships with philanthropies; conduct outreach to philanthropies; and establish and sustain partnerships with philanthropies.

In addition to an overview of the toolkit we will feature two speakers that will describe lessons learned related to establishing and sustaining partnerships with philanthropies. The Rural Philanthropy Toolkit is currently available on the RHIhub website.

Feb
27
Wed
Preparing Students for Careers that Use New Transportation Technologies
Feb 27 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

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Background

Dr. Robert Feldmaier, Director of the Center for Advanced Automotive Technology at Macomb Community College (MCC), will present on automotive technology information provided to future automotive technicians at MCC. Dr. Feldmaier will relate how the rapidly changing automotive technologies, including the new technology that will be added to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to improve driver and passenger safety, continuously present challenges to educators.

Learning Objectives

The goal is for the audience to understand:

  • Why there is such interest in autonomous vehicles.
  • How the technology works.
  • What the remaining challenges are.
  • How this affects education.
Feb
28
Thu
Introducing ITE’s New Transit and Traffic Impact Studies State of the Practice
Feb 28 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

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This webinar will introduce the soon-to-be released, ITE informational report, Transit and Traffic Impact Studies State of the Practice, prepared as a collaborative effort over a period of several years by a project committee of the ITE Transit Standing Committee of the Complete Streets Council. The report is intended to fill a major gap in the area of addressing transit service in site traffic impact studies and the findings may have equal applicability to other types of transportation studies as well.

During the webinar, presenters, also primary contributors of the report, will delve into how the report will help local jurisdiction staff and transportation consultants who are responsible for scoping the Traffic Impact Studies to: 1) develop the scope of work describing the issues to be addressed; 2) identify the metrics and thresholds to be used in the analysis; and 3) write the local agency policy and guidelines that practitioners must follow in conducting these studies.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand why considering transit in TIS is important for communities large and small;
  • Learn the status of the current state of the practice (SOP) on considering transit in TIS;
  • Identify five key areas where transit should be considered in a typical TIS and corresponding city policies;
  • Introduce examples of best practices, including metrics, thresholds, and mitigation measures to foster transit;
  • Learn how to tailor best practice concepts to your community; and
  • The webinar will also provide an opportunity to learn from/share with your peers about emerging or other methodologies of considering transit in TIS
Bridging the Gap: Recap of Safety Summit #2
Feb 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

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Webinar Description
This webinar will provide a recap of the 2nd National Summit on Rural Road Safety: Bridging the Gap. If you were not able to join us in Savannah, GA in December 2018, then this webinar is for you! Come hear an overview of the most important takeaways from this action-oriented event with interactive sessions to assist attendees on their Road to Zero.

Webinar Outcomes
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Summarize why rural road safety should be a priority.
  • Identify the successes in “Moving Rural America” since summit #1.
  • Restate the resources for implementing safety measures at home (i.e., Doubling down on things that work).
  • Understand the key takeaways from the 10 concurrent sessions.
  • List the next steps and action items.
Mar
3
Sun
SWTA Annual Conference & Expo @ El Paso Convention Center
Mar 3 – Mar 6 all-day
Mar
4
Mon
International Wireless Communications Expo
Mar 4 – Mar 8 all-day
Mar
5
Tue
2019 National Shared Mobility Summit
Mar 5 – Mar 7 all-day