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Women In Transportation: Pamela Boswell

Accessibility| September 9, 2010
Title: Vice President, Program Management & Educational Service Organization: American Public Transportation Association City: Washington, D.C.

APTA: 10.7B transit trips taken in 2008

Accessibility| March 9, 2009
Public transportation use is up 38 percent since 1995, a figure that is almost triple the growth rate of the population (14 percent) and up substantially over the growth rate for the vehicle miles traveled (VMT) on U.S. highways (21 percent) for that same period.
Accessibility| March 6, 2009

APTA: Transit users save $8,500 yearly

In addition, commuters who ride public transit to work are now eligible to receive an increase in the monthly transit benefit offered by their employer. The maximum transit benefit is now equal to the parking benefit and increases from $120 to $230 per month.
Management & Operations| January 23, 2009

APTA president congratulates LaHood

The American Public Transportation Association released a statement from President William A. Millar on the confirmation of the new U.S. Secretary of Transportation.
Accessibility| January 9, 2009

Congress, Obama negotiate economic recovery legislation

Regarding infrastructure, the President-elect released a preliminary plan that calls for $25 billion in immediate investment in a variety of infrastructure activities and $60 billion in new transportation investment.
Sustainability| January 9, 2009

N.Y. MTA report: transit investment promotes economy, environment

Report calls for the MTA to draw 80 percent of its operating energy from clean, renewable energy sources by 2050 and suggests ways this should be done.
Accessibility| October 29, 2008

APTA urges Congress: pass transit funding stimulus

Testifying before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, APTA Chair Dr. Beverly Scott, who is also GM/CEO of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), said that APTA has just completed a new survey that identified more than $8 billion in “ready-to-go” projects from 170 public transit systems that could start within 90 days of federal funding being made available.

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