| Date : 10/1/2010 (2)|
|10/1/2010 9:00 AM||10/1/2010 12:00 PM||Eno - New Board Member Orientation|
This session will help acclimate new members to their positions, prepare them to work with more seasoned board members, and familiarize them with the resources within APTA and throughout the industry.
NOTE: If you are registered for the Annual Meeting, there is no additional charge to attend this session.
Advance registration is not required.
|10/1/2010 1:00 PM||10/1/2010 5:00 PM||Eno Transit Board Summit - Part 1|
The Eno Transit Board Summit enhances board member perspective through consideration of the complexities of the business of transit. The summit series encourages the cross-fertilization of ideas and best practices, allowing new and seasoned board members to learn from each other.
The summit will build the leadership capacity of transit board members and involve them in discussing the critical issues of today. Topics will include: “Developing the Workforce,” “A Partnership with Labor,” and “A Vision for Transportation.”
The summit was developed through the cooperative effort of the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) with financial support from the National Transit Institute at Rutgers University (NTI) and the Eno Transportation Foundation. The course content is guided by over 100 transit board members, board support staff, and CEOs.
FEE $250 per person (in addition to the Annual Meeting registration fee); includes course materials
REGISTRATION Advance registration was required. If you have not pre-registered and wish to attend the summit, please check on space availability at the APTA registration desk, located in Bowie B, Second Level in the Grand Hyatt.
| Date : 10/2/2010 (17)|
|10/2/2010 9:00 AM||10/2/2010 10:30 AM||Diversity Council|
|10/2/2010 9:00 AM||10/2/2010 12:00 PM||Eno Transit Board Summit - Part 2|
|10/2/2010 9:30 AM||10/2/2010 11:00 AM||Business Member Programs Committee|
|10/2/2010 9:45 AM||10/2/2010 11:00 AM||International Public Transportation Expo Advisory Committee|
|10/2/2010 10:00 AM||10/2/2010 5:00 PM||APTA Registration & Host Information Desks |
|10/2/2010 10:30 AM||10/2/2010 12:00 PM||Higher Education Subcommittee|
|10/2/2010 11:30 AM||10/2/2010 12:30 PM||Business Member Small Business Committee|
|10/2/2010 12:30 PM||10/2/2010 1:30 PM||ADA Subcommittee (Transit Board Members Committee)|
|10/2/2010 1:00 PM||10/2/2010 2:30 PM||Business Member Business Development Committee|
|10/2/2010 1:30 PM||10/2/2010 3:00 PM||Workforce Development Subcommittee|
|10/2/2010 2:00 PM||10/2/2010 5:00 PM||Paratransit Workshop - Managing Cost and Demand with Eligibility Certification, Trip-by-Trip Eligibility, and Travel Training|
Hear from transit agencies that use functional eligibility assessments, trip-by-trip eligibility determinations, and fixed-route transit training to encourage ADA paratransit riders to use fixed-route transit, thereby reducing the cost and demand.
The discussions will include:
- Financial, practical, and other positions that favor a more rigorous approach to the ADA eligibilitycertification process;
- Methods for implementing service concepts such as trip-by-trip eligibility screening and operating paratransit as a fixed-route feeder service;
- Approaches for measuring the financial impacts of paratransit demand reduction strategies.
- Ron L. Brooks, chair, APTA Subcommittee on Accessible Transit & Paratransit Operations, and business development manager, Veolia Transportation, Tempe, AZ
|10/2/2010 2:30 PM||10/2/2010 4:00 PM||Business Member Procurement Committee|
|10/2/2010 3:30 PM||10/2/2010 5:00 PM||Labor Relations Subcommittee|
|10/2/2010 4:00 PM||10/2/2010 5:00 PM||Business Member Liaison & Outreach Committee|
|10/2/2010 4:00 PM||10/2/2010 5:30 PM||Commuter & Intercity Rail Joint Legislative Subcommittee|
|10/2/2010 4:30 PM||10/2/2010 6:00 PM||Intergovernmental Issues Subcommittee|
|10/2/2010 6:00 PM||10/2/2010 8:00 PM||Human Resources Committee (Dutch-treat dinner)|
| Date : 10/3/2010 (47)|
|10/3/2010 7:00 AM||10/3/2010 8:00 AM||Business Member Government Affairs Subcommittee|
|10/3/2010 7:30 AM||10/3/2010 9:30 AM||High Speed & Intercity Rail Committee|
|10/3/2010 7:30 AM||10/3/2010 9:30 AM||Member Services Committee|
|10/3/2010 7:30 AM||10/3/2010 6:30 PM||APTA Registration & Host Information Desks|
|10/3/2010 8:00 AM||10/3/2010 9:30 AM||Legislative Committee|
|10/3/2010 8:00 AM||10/3/2010 5:00 PM||Moderators/Speaker & Audio Visual Preview Room |
|10/3/2010 8:00 AM||10/3/2010 9:30 AM||Capital Projects Subcommittee|
|10/3/2010 8:30 AM||10/3/2010 10:00 AM||Rail Conference Planning Subcommittee|
|10/3/2010 8:30 AM||10/3/2010 10:00 AM||Fare Systems & Programs Committee|
|10/3/2010 8:30 AM||10/3/2010 9:30 AM||Bus Operations Committee |
|10/3/2010 9:00 AM||10/3/2010 11:00 AM||Emerging Technology Subcommittee|
|10/3/2010 9:30 AM||10/3/2010 11:30 AM||2009-2010 APTA Board of Directors|
|10/3/2010 10:00 AM||10/3/2010 2:00 PM||Bus Safety Committee|
|10/3/2010 10:00 AM||10/3/2010 11:30 AM||Light Rail Transit Technical Forum |
|10/3/2010 11:00 AM||10/3/2010 1:00 PM||Financial Management Committee|
|10/3/2010 11:00 AM||10/3/2010 12:15 PM||Rolling Stock Equipment Technical Forum|
|10/3/2010 11:00 AM||10/3/2010 12:00 PM||Wireless Communications Subcommittee|
|10/3/2010 11:30 AM||10/3/2010 12:00 PM||APTA Annual Business Meeting and Election of Officers|
The Annual Business Meeting of the American Public Transportation Association features reports on the status of the association and the annual election of officers and directors. Representatives of member organizations on record as of October 3, 2010, are invited and urged to attend.
|10/3/2010 12:00 PM||10/3/2010 2:30 PM||Bus & Paratransit CEOs Committee & Small Operations Committee|
|10/3/2010 12:00 PM||10/3/2010 2:00 PM||Research & Technology Committee|
|10/3/2010 12:30 PM||10/3/2010 2:00 PM||Streetcar Subcommittee|
|10/3/2010 1:00 PM||10/3/2010 2:00 PM||Legislative Subcommittee (Transit Board Members Committee)|
|10/3/2010 1:00 PM||10/3/2010 3:00 PM||Marketing & Communications Committee|
|10/3/2010 1:00 PM||10/3/2010 2:00 PM||Public-Private Partnerships Committee|
|10/3/2010 1:00 PM||10/3/2010 2:30 PM||Automated Transit Technical Forum|
|10/3/2010 1:30 PM||10/3/2010 3:30 PM||Committee of Audit Professionals|
|10/3/2010 2:00 PM||10/3/2010 4:00 PM||Human Resources Committee|
|10/3/2010 2:00 PM||10/3/2010 5:00 PM||Business Member Board of Governors (BMBG)|
|10/3/2010 2:00 PM||10/3/2010 3:30 PM||Bus Technical Maintenance Committee|
|10/3/2010 2:00 PM||10/3/2010 4:00 PM||Communications Subcommittee (Power, Signals & Communications Committee)|
|10/3/2010 2:15 PM||10/3/2010 3:30 PM||Rail Transit Committee|
|10/3/2010 2:30 PM||10/3/2010 4:00 PM||Transit Board Members Committee|
|10/3/2010 2:30 PM||10/3/2010 4:00 PM||Older Adult Transportation Subcommittee (Access Committee)|
|10/3/2010 2:30 PM||10/3/2010 4:00 PM||Shared Use Working Group |
|10/3/2010 3:00 PM||10/3/2010 4:30 PM||State Affairs Committee |
|10/3/2010 3:00 PM||10/3/2010 4:30 PM||Automated Transit Technical Forum |
|10/3/2010 3:30 PM||10/3/2010 4:30 PM||This is APTA – Realizing the Full Potential of Membership|
The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) is widely recognized as the voice of the transit industry, but its success depends on participation and input from all its members. This session will cover everything you’ll want to know about getting involved in your association and will focus on the many resources available to you as a new member. In addition, you will find out how APTA works and is governed. How can you realize the full potential of your membership? Where do you begin as a new member in getting to know about, and becoming involved in, your association? We’ll answer those questions and more at the session.
- William Millar, president, APTA
|10/3/2010 3:30 PM||10/3/2010 4:30 PM||Meeting Site Selection Committee|
|10/3/2010 3:30 PM||10/3/2010 4:30 PM||Federal Procedures and Regulations Subcommittee |
|10/3/2010 3:45 PM||10/3/2010 5:00 PM||Rail Standards Policy and Planning Committee|
|10/3/2010 4:00 PM||10/3/2010 5:30 PM||Procurement & Materials Management Committee|
|10/3/2010 4:00 PM||10/3/2010 5:30 PM||Clean Propulsion & Support Technology Committee |
|10/3/2010 4:00 PM||10/3/2010 6:00 PM||Information Technology Committee |
|10/3/2010 4:30 PM||10/3/2010 5:00 PM||Board Support Subcommittee|
|10/3/2010 4:30 PM||10/3/2010 5:30 PM||Leadership APTA Alumni Group|
|10/3/2010 4:30 PM||10/3/2010 6:00 PM||Policy & Planning Committee|
|10/3/2010 6:00 PM||10/3/2010 8:00 PM||Welcome Reception/Products & Services Showcase|
Mix and mingle among your industry colleagues while examining the various displays in the showcase. This lively event is sure to set the tone for a week of learning and networking.
| Date : 10/4/2010 (28)|
|10/4/2010 7:00 AM||10/4/2010 8:15 AM||Procurement Steering Committee|
|10/4/2010 7:00 AM||10/4/2010 8:30 AM||Sustainability Committee |
|10/4/2010 7:30 AM||10/4/2010 8:15 AM||Transit Board Members Program Planning Subcommittee|
|10/4/2010 7:30 AM||10/4/2010 8:30 AM||Waterborne Transit Committee|
|10/4/2010 7:30 AM||10/4/2010 5:00 PM||APTA Registration & Host Information Desks|
|10/4/2010 7:30 AM||10/4/2010 8:30 AM||Continental Breakfast |
|10/4/2010 8:00 AM||10/4/2010 5:00 PM||Moderators/Speakers & Audio Visual Preview Room |
|10/4/2010 8:30 AM||10/4/2010 10:00 AM||Opening General Session: Public Transportation Takes Us There |
The public transportation industry premier event officially begins in San Antonio with the opening general session as we highlight public transportation’s accomplishments of the past year and the challenges ahead.
Hear about the state of your association and witness the “exchanging of the gavel” ceremony between the incoming and outgoing APTA chairs.
|10/4/2010 8:30 AM||10/4/2010 6:30 PM||Bus Technical Maintenance and Procurement & Materials Management Workshop|
|10/4/2010 10:15 AM||10/4/2010 11:30 AM||General Session: Crystal Ball versus Harsh Realities - The Future of Managing & Financing Public Transportation Systems in Unprecedented Economic Times|
|10/4/2010 11:30 AM||10/4/2010 2:00 PM||Products & Services Showcase|
The 2010 Annual Meeting proudly showcases many business members’ products and services. Registrants can view the products and obtain information relating to the transit products and services on display.
Expert personnel are on hand to answer your questions as you inspect what’s new and innovative in the world of transit equipment and services.
|10/4/2010 11:30 AM||10/4/2010 12:30 PM||APTF Board of Directors Meeting|
|10/4/2010 12:00 PM||10/4/2010 2:00 PM||Rail Transit CEOs Subcommittee|
|10/4/2010 1:00 PM||10/4/2010 2:30 PM||Board Support Support Subcommittee & Transit Board Members Committee "Paperless Board Meeting"|
|10/4/2010 2:15 PM||10/4/2010 3:45 PM||VIA’s Host Forum|
|10/4/2010 2:15 PM||10/4/2010 3:45 PM||AdWheel Awards Ceremony|
A lively and entertaining extravaganza honoring the best in transit marketing and communications. Join in the excitement as we honor the first place winners and announce the grand award winners in the 31st Annual AdWheel Awards competition. Each year, the AdWheel Awards honor the best in public transportation, marketing, and communications. Awards will be given in five media categories: print, electronic, campaigns, special events, and social media.
- Alice Wiggins-Tolbert, vice chair-marketing and communications, APTA, and director, project development, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Atlanta, GA
|10/4/2010 2:15 PM||10/4/2010 3:45 PM||Creating a Safety First Culture|
|10/4/2010 2:15 PM||10/4/2010 3:45 PM||State of the Industry - Where Do We Go from Here |
|10/4/2010 2:15 PM||10/4/2010 3:45 PM||Accessibility for All: A Visioning Process|
|10/4/2010 2:15 PM||10/4/2010 3:45 PM||High Speed Rail Delivery Methods|
|10/4/2010 3:00 PM||10/4/2010 5:00 PM||Systems Engineering Subcommittee |
|10/4/2010 4:00 PM||10/4/2010 5:30 PM||APTF 2010 Scholarship Awards Ceremony - Growing the Next Wave of |
|10/4/2010 4:00 PM||10/4/2010 5:30 PM||DBE 2010: Challenges & Changes - Are You Ready?|
Get up to date on what is happening
Is your agency keeping up to date with the challenges that have been made to transit DBE programs? How do FTA’s new DBE proposals affect your agency? Do you involve your DBEs in your agency’s goal setting process? This session will provide you with the latest information on DBE issues and best practices, as well as new resources that transit agencies can draw upon to strengthen and improve their DBE efforts.
- Julie A. Cunningham, president/CEO, Conference of Minority Transportation Officials, Washington, DC
|10/4/2010 4:00 PM||10/4/2010 5:30 PM||Connecting the Dots - Energy, Environment, Transportation, Housing, Livability|
How will a far more integrated approach to planning affect mobility goals in urban, suburban, and rural communities across America?
The federal partnership between EPA, HUD, and DOT on livable communities has given impetus to community development focusing on the crossroads between housing, transportation, and the environment. Building more livable communities will require non-traditional collaboration between local and regional actors in policy development and implementation, combining financial and human resources across organizations. This is an unprecedented opportunity to create a bold, new role for public transportation. Hear from key experts about how this is already happening and what the future holds.
Session sponsored by HDR Engineering, Inc.
|10/4/2010 4:00 PM||10/4/2010 5:30 PM||Technology Strategies for Organization|
|10/4/2010 4:00 PM||Technical Tour: Paving the Way with VIAtrans Services |
|10/4/2010 5:30 PM||10/4/2010 6:30 PM||Making the Business Connection: Creating Partnership Opportunities for DBEs and Small Businesses|
This event, organized by the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) and APTA, will be an outstanding networking opportunity in a festive setting.
Disadvantaged business enterprises (DBEs) will sit down with primes and transit agencies to discover new
opportunities in a relaxing atmosphere after a busy conference day. All are welcome, so please join us. We’ll see you there.
|10/4/2010 6:30 PM||10/4/2010 7:30 PM||American Public Transportation Foundation Gala Reception: Celebrating the Next Wave of Leaders|
Join us to honor this year’s scholarship winners! The Board of Directors for the American Public Transportation Foundation (APTF) invites you to Gala 2010 celebrating the up-and-coming talent in our industry. Please support this event!
The APTF is 501©(3) non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the education and professional development of young professionals pursuing careers in public transportation. Proceeds from the gala benefit the APTF scholarship fund.
WIN AN APPLE iPad! When you purchase a ticket to the APTF Gala 2010, your name will be entered into a drawing to in an iPad, the first tablet computer developed by Apple. You must be present to win.
TICKETS $85 per person and may be purchased online. Contributions are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowable by the law. Tickets may also be purchased until 2:00 p.m., Monday, October 4, at the APTA registration desk, located in Bowie B, Second Floor in the Grand Hyatt.
Thanks To Our Corporate Sponsors.
| Date : 10/5/2010 (29)|
|10/5/2010 7:00 AM||10/5/2010 8:30 AM||IntelliDrive Listening Session|
IntelliDriveSM is a multimodal initiative that aims to enable safe, interoperable networked wireless communications among vehicles, the infrastructure, and passengers’ personal communications devices. IntelliDriveSM research leverages the potentially transformative capabilities of wireless technology to make surface transportation safer, smarter and greener. U.S. Department of Transportation research supports the development and testing of IntelliDriveSM technologies and applications to determine their potential benefits and costs. If successfully deployed,
IntelliDriveSM will ultimately enhance the safety, mobility, and quality of life of all Americans, while helping to reduce the environmental impact of surface transportation. This listening session highlights the benefits of this technology and provides an opportunity for you to share your perspectives.
- Yeduda Gross, ITS program manager, ITS Joint Program Office, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, DC
- Jeffrey L. Spencer, ITS team leader, Federal Transit Administration, Washington, DC
|10/5/2010 7:00 AM||10/5/2010 8:30 AM||Safety & Security Technical Forum|
|10/5/2010 7:00 AM||10/5/2010 8:30 AM||Mobility Management Committee|
|10/5/2010 7:30 AM||10/5/2010 8:30 AM||Coffee Break|
|10/5/2010 7:30 AM||10/5/2010 8:30 AM||Continental Breakfast |
Sponsored by Ratp Dev USA
|10/5/2010 8:00 AM||10/5/2010 5:00 PM||APTA Registration & Host Information Desks|
|10/5/2010 8:00 AM||10/5/2010 5:00 AM||Moderators/Speakers & A/V Preview Room|
|10/5/2010 8:30 AM||10/5/2010 10:00 AM||General Session: APTA Business Members Present Malcolm Gladwell|
Author of the New York Times #1 bestsellers The Tipping Point, Blink, and Outliers: The Story of Success
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.
|10/5/2010 10:15 AM||10/5/2010 11:30 AM||General Forum: High-Speed Rail in the U.S. - A Status Update|
|10/5/2010 10:15 AM||10/5/2010 11:30 AM||Transit's Social Media Journey: Lessons Learned |
|10/5/2010 10:15 AM||10/5/2010 11:30 AM||Best Practices for Small Operators|
This session will showcase best practices by small transit
systems from across North America.
This session covers presentations drawn from an array of timely and exciting topics. Attendees will hear
presentations on an innovative windmill project, a cutting edge safety program, downtown child development
center, ultra-fast charge electric bus project, and the use of social media. This session will appeal to attendees
from small transit systems, as well as others. So…how does your agency compare to a small operator?
- Jeanne Krieg, chair, APTA Small Operations Committee, and chief executive officer, Eastern Contra Costa
Transit Authority, Antioch, CA
|10/5/2010 10:15 AM||10/5/2010 11:30 AM||Building a Sustainable Workforce for Public Transportation|
|10/5/2010 10:15 AM||10/5/2010 11:30 AM||Title VI/Enivronmental Justice Peer Exchange|
|10/5/2010 11:45 AM||10/5/2010 1:45 PM||Awards Luncheon|
All Annual Meeting registrants are invited to the 2010 Annual APTA Awards Celebration to honor APTA’s Outstanding Public Transportation Manager, Business Member, and Board Member award winners; APTA’s Local Distinguished Service Award; Innovation Award; Outstanding Public Transportation System Achievement Awards; and the newest members of the Hall of Fame.
|10/5/2010 12:00 PM||10/5/2010 3:00 PM||Legal Affairs Committee|
|10/5/2010 2:00 PM||10/5/2010 4:00 PM||Forging Transit and MPO Partnerships for Livable and Sustainable Communities|
|10/5/2010 2:00 PM||10/5/2010 4:00 PM||General Forum: Transit and The State DOT Commissioner - The Future is Multi-Modal|
|10/5/2010 2:00 PM||10/5/2010 4:00 PM||Achieving Success through Public-Private Partnerships|
|10/5/2010 2:00 PM||10/5/2010 4:00 PM||The Letter & the Spirit of the ADA Law|
|10/5/2010 2:00 PM||10/5/2010 5:00 PM||Technical Tour: VIA's Maintenance Facility|
Please sign up for the tour at the host information desk in the APTA registration area, Bowie B, Second Level in the Grand Hyatt. VIA will provide transportation between the Grand Hyatt and the VIA Maintenance Facility for the tour. Buses will pick up tour participants from the signated VIA shuttle stop outside the hotel’s main entrance on Market Street.
|10/5/2010 2:00 PM||10/5/2010 4:00 PM||FRA Interim Guidance Session |
|10/5/2010 3:00 PM||10/5/2010 4:30 PM||Soaring to New Heights without a Runway |
|10/5/2010 4:00 PM||10/5/2010 5:30 PM||Leadership APTA - Celebrating Tommorrow's Leaders|
|10/5/2010 4:15 PM||10/5/2010 5:30 PM||Access Committee|
|10/5/2010 4:30 PM||10/5/2010 5:30 PM||Mid-Sized Bus Systems Working Group|
|10/5/2010 5:00 PM||10/5/2010 6:00 PM||Transit Natural Gas Coalition Reception|
The Transit Natural Gas Coalition Reception is a chance for people in the transit industry interested in using, buying, selling, or just learning about natural gas fuel in transit to gather and meet in one place. Come and meet others who are interested in how we can better use one of the most abundant fuel sources the U.S. has to power public transportation. See and meet others who are promoting, selling, buying, and learning about this alternative fuel in a relaxing and comfortable setting.
|10/5/2010 5:30 PM||10/5/2010 6:30 PM||ADA Celebrates 20 Years Reception|
It has been 20 years since the American with Disabilities Act was signed into law. This Act has had a positive and significant impact on the mobility of people with disabilities.
Join APTA at a reception commemorating the law that has enabled the freedom and independence of so many Americans with disabilities.
|10/5/2010 5:30 PM||10/5/2010 6:30 PM||Leadership APTA Reception|
Join past, present, and future members of Leadership APTA classes and learn about alumni experiences in the program and what Leadership APTA has meant to their careers in public transportation. Share some refreshments and good company as you reconnect with friends and get to know the next generation of leaders within public transportation and APTA.
Thanks To Our Sponsors:
- HDR Engineering, Inc.
- Leadership APTA Alumni Group
- NOVA BUS
- URS Corporation
- Veolia Transportation
|10/5/2010 6:30 PM||10/5/2010 7:30 PM||Eno Transportation Foundation Reception|
Please join the Eno Transportation Foundation staff and board members at our annual Center for Transportation Leadership Reception. You can connect with Eno partners and friends, course alumni, and faculty and learn more about the training and education programs that Eno offers.
| Date : 10/6/2010 (13)|
|10/6/2010 7:30 AM||10/6/2010 12:00 PM||APTA Registration & Host Information Desks |
|10/6/2010 7:30 AM||10/6/2010 9:15 AM||APTA/WTS Breakfast|
|10/6/2010 9:30 AM||10/6/2010 11:00 AM||APTA Standards for Livable and Sustainable Communities|
|10/6/2010 9:30 AM||10/6/2010 11:00 AM||Mobility Management for Livable and Sustainable Communities|
|10/6/2010 9:30 AM||10/6/2010 11:00 AM||Strategies for Implementing a State of Good Repair|
|10/6/2010 9:30 AM||10/6/2010 11:00 AM||Making Energy Efficiency Work|
|10/6/2010 9:30 AM||10/6/2010 11:00 AM||Successful Transit Agency - Business Partnerships in Tight Times|
|10/6/2010 11:15 AM||10/6/2010 12:30 PM||Closing General Session: Elections 2010 – What Does It Mean?|
|10/6/2010 12:30 PM||10/6/2010 4:00 PM||IntelliDrive Stakeholder Steering Committee Meeting|
|10/6/2010 1:30 PM||10/6/2010 3:30 PM||Professional Development Session: Customer Service At It's Best|
|10/6/2010 1:30 PM||10/6/2010 3:30 PM||Forging Transit/Bicycle/Pedestrian Partnerships: A Peer Exchange |
|10/6/2010 1:30 PM||10/6/2010 5:00 PM||FTA New Starts/Small Starts Workshop|
|10/6/2010 3:00 PM||10/6/2010 5:00 PM||2010-2011 APTA Board of Directors|
| Date : 10/7/2010 (1)|
|10/7/2010 8:00 AM||10/7/2010 12:30 PM||Transit Agencies: Catalysts for TOD: A Transit-Oriented Development Workshop |