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American Public Transportation Association

 Invitation Letter

To: All APTA Members
Date: March 18, 2011
From: William Millar
President
Subject:         Call for Presentations - 2011 Multimodal Operations Planning Workshop (MOPW)
August 15-17, Seattle, WA

 

We cordially invite you to submit an abstract(s) to be considered for presentation at the American Public Transportation Association’s (APTA) 2011 Multimodal Operations Planning Workshop. This workshop is APTA’s meeting dedicated to promoting and advancing the work of America’s professional public transportation planners and schedulers. It is an information sharing opportunity for both established professionals and individuals who are new to the field.

This year’s event will be held at the Red Lion Hotel on August 15-17, in bustling Seattle, Washington. Our host this year will be Sound Transit. We look forward to seeing all this system and city have to offer to our industry planners and schedulers.

Following is a list of topic areas where we plan to focus this year’s workshop. If you have topic ideas outside these areas that you would like to have considered, please do not hesitate to submit them. We are looking for the latest information on best practices, successful projects, and knowledge transfer relating to all areas of transit planning and scheduling.

You may submit your abstracts by emailing them to APTA’s Kevin Dow at kdow@apta.com. All abstract submittals will be acknowledged upon receipt. If you have questions about the conference or about abstract submittal, you can also contact Kevin directly at (202) 496-4831.The deadline for submitting abstracts is Friday, April 29.

Abstracts can only be accepted from members of APTA. If your organization is not a member, you can request membership information by contacting Helene Brett at hbrett@apta.com or (202) 496-4837.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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