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Richard A. White joins SYSTRA as chief strategic officer

Management & Operations| June 6, 2018

Most recently, White served as acting president and CEO of the American Public Transportation Association.

Nearly 90% of public transit ballot initiatives pass in 2017

Government Issues| November 13, 2017

Throughout the country this year, voters in 17 states and communities of all sizes voted for increased investment in public transportation, bringing the success rate to nearly 90% (87.5%), according to the American Public Transportation Association

Management & Operations| October 6, 2017

APTA study finds rural, small town public transit ridership up 8% since 2007

Authors of “Public Transit's Impact on Rural and Small Towns” show that public transit's affordability and the demographic makeup of these areas combine to make public transit desirable for rural and small town populations.

Mobility| June 15, 2017

Transit agencies celebrate 12th annual National Dump the Pump Day

Sponsored by APTA, this national public awareness day encourages people to "Dump the Pump" by parking their car and riding a bus or train instead.

Rail| June 14, 2017

BART takes top honors at 2017 APTA International Rail Rodeo

The Rail Transit Team Achievement Award is given to the system with the highest rail operator and maintainer team combined score.

Government Issues| June 12, 2017

Transit leaders react to proposed transit cuts in Administration's budget

APTA and the transit industry is calling on the Trump Administration and Congress to reject these cuts and reaffirm its support for these programs as part of the FY18 budget process

Management & Operations| May 11, 2017

Denver's RTD named APTA Bus Roadeo's 'Grand Champion'

The Grand Champion Award recognizes the system with the highest combined bus operator and maintenance team score.

Government Issues| April 26, 2017

APTA's Capitol Hill forum addresses benefits of public transportation investment

The forum comes as Trump's proposed budget would cut the US DOT's budget by $2.4 billion and severely impact the Capital Investment Grants and TIGER programs.

Government Issues| March 16, 2017

Trump's 'Skinny Budget' cuts U.S. DOT funding by $2.4B

Under the Administration’s proposal, the DOT's funding would be cut by 13%, to $16.2 billion, and limits funding for the Federal Transit Administration's Capital Investment program, eliminates funding for the Essential Air Service program, and ends federal support for long-distance Amtrak trains.

Government Issues| March 14, 2017

APTA: $200B public transit infrastructure investment could create, sustain 10M jobs

In addition, it could provide sustained economic growth by contributing $800 billion to the nation's Gross Domestic Product over a 20-year period.  

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