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American Public Transportation Association

 2010 Annual Meeting

10/3/2010 - 10/6/2010
Grand Hyatt San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas

APTA Annual Meeting, the premier event of the public transportation industry, is a must-attend for all transit professionals from the public and private sectors. Transit professionals from throughout North America will come together to learn, to network, to discuss influential and timely industry topics, and to find solutions. APTA’s Annual Meeting is the perfect forum for attendees to exchange ideas and explore issues of mutual concern.

Understanding that these are exciting and challenging times, APTA is designing its 2010 Annual Meeting to satisfy the needs of you, the transit professional, as you cope with today’s volatile business environment. APTA will continue to feature engaging, high-demand speakers focusing on advancing public transportation.

Session Presentations

Presentations (slideshows/PowerPoints) are available for many of the sessions from the conference.

Meeting Highlights

Join the discussion as Annual Meeting presenters evoke new ways of sharing knowledge and building relationships on these critical and timely topics:

  • Authorization/Legislative Update
  • High-Speed Rail
  • Sustainability
  • Economic Issues
  • Workforce Development and Green Jobs
  • Technology
  • Safety and Security
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Mobility Management
  • Multi-modal Systems
 

 Photos from 2010 Annual Meeting

 
Outgoing APTA Chair M.P. Walker passes the gavel to incoming Chair Michael J. Scanlon.



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 Keynote Speaker

 
Malcolm Gladwell

Malcolm Gladwell
Author of the New York Times #1 bestsellers The Tipping Point, Blink, and Outliers: The Story of Success

Tuesday, October 5
8:30 – 10:00 a.m.

Sponsored by APTA’s Business Members

Malcolm Gladwell has an incomparable gift for interpreting new ideas in the social sciences and making them understandable, practical and valuable to business and general audiences alike. He’s become so successful at this that, in 2005, Time Magazine named Malcolm one of its 100 Most Influential People.

Malcolm’s book Outliers: The Story of Success is having an even greater impact than his first two books. In Outliers, Malcolm suggests an exciting new approach to helping people succeed by using the factors that really foster success. Outliers debuted as a #1 bestseller for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The San Francisco Chronicle, Barnes & Noble, and Publisher’s Weekly.

He is the author of two other New York Times #1 bestsellers, The Tipping Point and Blink. With his first book Malcolm embedded the concept of The Tipping Point in our everyday vocabulary and gave organizations new tools for understanding how trends work.

In Blink he analyzed first impressions—the snap judgments that we all make unconsciously and instinctively—and he explores how we can master this important aspect of successful decision-making.

 

 American Public Transportation Foundation Events

 

While attending APTA’s Annual Meeting in San Antonio, join us at these events benefiting the American Public Transportation Foundation scholarship fund. Advanced registration is required.

  • Gala 2010 - Monday, October 4
  • 18th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament - Wednesday, October 6
  • Smokehouse BBQ Bash - Wednesday, October 6
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