Thursday, November 5, 3:00 – 4:15 pm ET Public transportation advocates and practitioners closely watched the November 3 elections for a number of key reasons. The presidential election and makeup of the United States House of Representatives and Senate and which party will be in the majority is at stake. The final outcome will directly affect the public transportation agenda in the critical years ahead. At the local level, voters have decided several high-profile transit ballot measures and the community investments they will bring. Speakers will report up-to-the-minute information in all areas, key campaign messages, and the specific implications on public transportation
2019 Transit Initiatives and Communities Workshop Recap This year's Transit Initiatives and Communities Conference was a great success. It was heartening to see transit [...]
Join us to discuss how transit faired at the ballot box this year and what the key lessons learned were.
Fast facts, where to find them, and how to use them
Transportation for America and the Center for Transportation Excellence invite you to this special half day event about state and local transportation funding campaigns at the ballot box and beyond.
Investing in multiple active transportation projects to improve the community
Moving from key stakeholders to a broad coaltion of support
Where to start, who to approach, and how to budget
CFTE will be moderating a session at the 2014 New Partners conference on working with the business community and conservatives for investment in sustainable infrastructure.
Identifying your project, drafting a plan, and learning from past mistakes