4/10/2010 - 4/13/2010
Make plans to attend the only conference created for you! 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!
If you are a partner in a transportation and university community, and interested in promoting transit-oriented development, then this is the conference for you!
APTA's Transportation and University Communities Conference is all about you - your needs, challenges, solutions. It's a rare opportunity to find the answers you need to ensure a cost-efficient and effective transit system to serve your campus. Meet others facing the same obstacles as you. Partner with transportation professionals, network with leading experts on university community transportation. Learn how to make your transit system thrive. It's all here at this conference!
Join us for the educational and enlightening look at the opportunities and trends facing today's universities and their student transportation systems.
- Program sessions on the following topics:
- Universal Access
- Transportation in Small University Communities
- Transportation Safety and Security, Emergency Preparedness
- Future University Trends
- Networking Opportunities to meet transportation officials, leading experts and peers who can help you operate your system more successfully.
Who Should Attend
- University officials, administrators, faculty, parking professionals, facility managers, and professionals responsible for transportation-related activities and facilities on campus.
- Transportation executives, administrators, general managers, operations managers, board members and planners.
- Municipal officers, policy makers, administrators, planners, finance, transit and transportation professionals, and board and commission members.
- University students and student government officials and representatives.
- Consultants, transit suppliers, and individuals interested in highly successful, effective and efficient transit operations, policies, plans and relationships; and individuals interested in highly successful, effective and efficient transit operations, policies, plans and relationships.