Upcoming Webinars

Sep
28
Tue
7:00 am ‘True’ real-time: Passenger info…
‘True’ real-time: Passenger info…
Sep 28 @ 7:00 am – 8:00 am
This webinar brings together industry experts to discuss how the sector can restore public trust in buses post-pandemic. Transport providers today…
Sep
30
Thu
2:00 pm Turning Innovative Pilot Project…
Turning Innovative Pilot Project…
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
*Mobility Management Connections (MMC) is a peer-to-peer learning platform organized and hosted by NCMM that enables mobility managers from all…
Nov
11
Thu
11:00 am Wheelchair Securement Training
Wheelchair Securement Training
Nov 11 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
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Dec
7
Tue
11:00 am Wheelchair Securement Training
Wheelchair Securement Training
Dec 7 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION & REGISTRATION      

Technical Assistance Resources

The Transportation Technical Assistance Coordination Library (TACL) provides a sustainable methodology and platform for access and findability of rural and tribal transit coordination resources across a diverse range of transportation technical assistance centers and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA).

Click here to access the TACL webpage

NACTO’s Transit Peer Network meets regularly to share lessons, develop guidance products and publications, and participate in a robust programming series of webinars, digital design charrettes, in-city roundtables and roadshows, and NACTO’s annual Designing Cities Conference.

click here to access the NACTO website and resources

  • Addressing Social Isolation among Older Adults

    The National Center for Mobility Management (NCMM), a technical assistance center funded by the Federal Transit Administration, is seeking to facilitate ground-breaking collaborations among state-level agencies within a single state or tribal nation who are interested in working together to address the positive role of transportation in reducing social isolation among older adults. State agencies can submit an expression of interest via this link. Deadline is September 1.

    Eligible agencies include state or tribal departments of transportation, public health, aging, and similar agencies that have a role relevant to the issue. Click here to view the project webpage. 

     

Additional Resources

Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan (PTASP) Technical Assistance Center (TAC)

The Technical Assistance Center has transit information with reference documents and more.

Click here to visit the PTASP Website

Rural Health Information Hub

In the RHI hub, you will find data, tools, and even transit funding opportunities for rural communities.

Click here to visit the Rural Health Information Hub

Tribal Crash Reporting Toolkit

The Tribal Crash Reporting Toolkit is designed to help Tribal governments collect, manage, and analyze crash data.

Click here to visit the Toolkit

Addressing Social Isolation among Older Adults

The National Center for Mobility Management (NCMM), a technical assistance center funded by the Federal Transit Administration, is seeking to facilitate ground-breaking collaborations among state-level agencies within a single state or tribal nation who are interested in working together to address the positive role of transportation in reducing social isolation among older adults. State agencies can submit an expression of interest via this link. Deadline is September 1, 2021.

Eligible agencies include state or tribal departments of transportation, public health, aging, and similar agencies that have a role relevant to the issue.

For the purposes of this opportunity, transportation is defined as 1) publicly funded and nonprofit transportation available to the general public, 2) specialized transportation services for older adults and related populations, 3) shared ride taxis, 4) shared ride ride-hailing services, and 5) micromobility options (e.g., bicycles, adult tricycles, and electric scooters).

Click here to learn more on the NCMM webpage.


 

The Transit Unplugged Podcast

Hear from the top transit professionals around the world, sharing their personal stories about becoming transit leaders, and their thoughts on the future of transit. Click here to visit the podcast website.