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Consultant Roundtable 2016: Workforce Development, Job Delivery Key Industry Focus

Management & Operations| June 17, 2016

While the need for more transportation options continues to grow, taking advantage of streamlined project initiatives and alternative-funding models will be key. Also important is grooming future leaders as the aging workforce moves toward retirement.

APTF scholarship named after APTA Chair Valarie J. McCall

Management & Operations| March 22, 2016

Will be awarded for the first time in 2016 to a deserving applicant who is pursuing studies in urban transportation planning or public administration with a focus on transportation.

Government Issues| June 17, 2015

Consultant Roundtable 2015: Execs Foresee Changing Federal Role

With nothing but short-term extensions predicted for the immediate future, the consultant industry stresses the need to find a long-term funding mechanism, while also looking at states and localities to play more of a role in financing capital projects.

Government Issues| July 23, 2014

Consultant Roundtable: Leading the Charge to Capitalize on New Transportation Mindset

Nine industry experts weigh in on key transportation topics. Whether it is maintaining and growing ridership on public transportation or taking advantage of new project delivery methods, many believe it is important to embrace today’s more modern approach to living, working and playing.

Rail| June 15, 2012

Consultant Roundtable: Industry Focusing On Gains

While it is easy to blame the lack of dedicated funding for slowing down projects and causing uncertainty, consultants remain optimistic that they can help public transit agencies fill the gap by utilizing its expertise from other regions around the world. Many are hopeful the younger generation entering the workforce will help grow public transit usage.
Bus| June 16, 2011

Transit Funding, Elections Loom Large Over the Industry

With the lack of funding already beginning to take its toll, consultants believe the 2012 elections and pending reauthorization will play a huge role in how public transportation agencies are viewed down the road. Despite the outcome, many believe a new approach is needed for completing capital projects.

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