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Deadline approaching for transit's newest relationship-building event, TBX

Posted on December 11, 2017

With the deadline rapidly approaching, there is still time to apply for METRO Magazine’s new networking and relationship building event called Transit Bus eXchange (TBX) at the Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch in Ariz., Jan. 31 to Feb. 2, 2018.

TBX is designed to connect an influential group of public transportation bus operators with a select group of product and service suppliers for an exchange of information, ideas, and solutions. Senior-level transit and paratransit employees who qualify will receive a full scholarship to attend that includes travel and education. The deadline to apply is Dec. 15, 2018.

“Transit Bus eXchange will open doors to new relationships with like-minded individuals. It’s a platform to share information and expertise with industry peers and explore ideas, extend networks, and expand options,” said METRO GM James Blue. “Attendees will also learn about the latest technologies and solutions in a relaxed and intimate setting, all at no cost to their organization.” 

This year’s supplier hosts are some of the top names in the industry, supplying products ranging from vehicles to software solutions and more that can help transit agencies run more safely and efficiently.

For further information visit www.transitbusexchange.com, or contact James Blue at [email protected].

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