Management & Operations

FTA to hold safety reporting seminars

Posted on November 15, 2001

The Federal Transit Administration will begin collecting monthly/quarterly transit safety and security data effective Jan. 1, 2002, according to the new National Transit Database reporting requirements. The first monthly reports will be due to the FTA on Feb. 28, 2002. To assist with the new reporting requirements, the FTA is conducting training seminars in Washington, D.C. and San Francisco. The one-day seminars are intended for the member of the transit agency who is responsible for the reporting of safety data, typically risk or safety managers. The session in Washington, D.C., is scheduled for Jan. 8, 2002 and in San Francisco for Jan. 10, 2002. There is no charge for attendance, but registration is required. For additional information or to register, contact Jennifer Binder at AECOM Consulting Transportation Group at 703/645-6846 or [email protected].

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