Below you can find an archive of information from conferences held in 2010.
- Business Member Board of Governors Annual Meeting
January 20-22, 2010 - Ko Olina, Hawaii
This meeting focuses on business in the transit industry and support for APTA’s transit advocacy efforts. The business member activity fund publishes documents which highlight the benefits of investing in public transportation.
- Transit CEOs Seminar
January 30-February 2, 2010 - Stuart, Florida
This seminar brings together public transportation chief executives and their deputies in a forum for professional development and open dialogue on leadership and management topics.
- High-Speed Rail In The United States: An International Practicum On System Implementation
February 8-13, 2010 - Washington, D.C.; Chicago, Illinois; and Los Angeles, California
Held in three different cities across America, these seminars focused on providing U.S. decision-makers with information on implementing high-speed rail, as America enters this exciting new era.
- Legal Affairs Seminar
February 21-23, 2010 - Orlando, Florida
Up-to-date information on regulatory/legislative developments, industry-related litigation and other legal issues affecting transit industry.
- Marketing & Communications Workshop
February 21-24, 2010 - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Intensive workshop focusing on all aspects of public transportation marketing and communications, including media relations, research, customer service, ridership initiatives, and best practices.
- TransITech Conference
February 23-25, 2010 - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
TransITech offers hands-on workshops focusing on information technology, traveler information, and intelligent transportation systems issues affecting public transportation systems.
- Legislative Conference
March 14-16, 2010 - Washington, D.C.
This conference examines vital legislative issues and developments. Get the latest information on authorization legislation and collaborate with fellow members to influence APTA's legislative agenda.
- Fare Collection Workshop
March 28-31, 2010 - San Diego, California
This workshop provides an in-depth opportunity to explore the latest and greatest developments in revenue practices, systems standards, fare policy and equipment for the transportation market.
- Transportation & University Communities Conference
April 10-13, 2010 - Athens, Georgia
If you provide transportation to a university, operate in a university community setting, are considering offering transit services to university students, or sell products and services to such a system, then you should plan to attend this conference!
- ITS Best Practices Workshop: Electronic Payment Systems
April 22-23, 2010 - New Orleans, Louisiana
The workshop will focus on Electronic Payment Systems and will be conducted in conjunction with the ISO Technical Committee 204 meeting which occurs earlier in the week.
- International Bus Roadeo
April 30-May 5, 2010 - Cleveland, Ohio
Bus operators and mechanics from transit systems across North America participate in separate competitions, which showcase their skills in safe driving and vehicle maintenance.
- Bus & Paratransit Conference
May 2-5, 2010 - Cleveland, Ohio
The conference includes sessions and a showcase featuring the latest bus and paratransit vehicles, products and services, as well as opportunities to network with colleagues from throughout North America.
- International Rail Rodeo
June 3-6, 2010 - Vancouver, British Columbia
Contests professional customer service and operating skills including knowledge of safety regulations, train equipment, wayside rules, regulations, and procedures, as well as the maintainer's skills and abilities.
- Rail Conference
June 6-9, 2010 - Vancouver, British Columbia
This conference provides a comprehensive learning and networking experience with a complete slate of technical sessions relevant to the operation, management, and maintenance of rail and fixed guideway systems.
- Transit Board Members Seminar And Board Support Employee Development Workshop
July 17-20, 2010 - Eugene, Oregon
Sessions focus on achieving excellence in overseeing services and organizations in the board members' governance roles. Educational and exchange workshops and opportunities are offered for transit board members and board support staff.
- Sustainability & Public Transportation Workshop
July 25-27, 2010 - New York, NY
This workshop focuses on best practices in sustainability within the transit industry and the role of public transportation in meeting federal, state and local sustainability goals such as increasing energy efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Registration opening April 2010.
- Multimodal Operations Planning Workshop
July 26-28, 2010 - New York, NY
This workshop focuses on state of the art techniques for scheduling, service planning, operating procedures, and facility design, illustrating best practices through real-world applications drawn from transit operators throughout North America.
- Risk Management Seminar
August 1-4, 2010 - Seattle, Washington
The conference is designed for risk managers, safety/security/claims officers, policy makers, insurance brokers, and others with in interest in risk management in the public transportation industry.
- State Public Transit Partnership Conference
August 4-5, 2010 - Seattle, Washington
The conference is the premier event for state DOT officials, state association leaders, transit systems and advocates on the important role states play in support of public transportation. This is a cooperative effort among AASHTO, APTA and CTAA.
- Annual Meeting
October 3-6, 2010 - San Antonio, Texas
APTA`s Annual Meeting, the premier event of the industry, is a must-attend for all public transportation professionals. Transit professionals from throughout North America will learn, network, discuss influential topics and find solutions
- Bus Technical, Maintenance and Procurement Workshop
October 3-5, 2010 - San Antonio, Texas
APTA’s Bus Technical, Maintenance and Procurement Workshop is designed for transit industry professionals to listen and learn about the latest technologies, maintenance techniques and procurement processes in the transit industry.