APTA 2013 Sustainability and Public Transportation Workshop

From American Public Transportation Association:

2013 Sustainability and Public Transportation Workshop

Features cutting-edge speakers and breakout groups presenting environmental/energy efficient, economically sound, and socially responsible developments and practices to advance public transportation’s role in sustainability. The workshop is for general managers and senior staff likely to implement sustainability in transit agencies, suppliers, consultants, and other supportive public transportation’s role in sustainability.

Who should attend: general managers and senior staff likely to implement sustainability in transit agencies, suppliers, consultants, and others supportive of public transportation’s role in sustainability.

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