APTA 2013 Multimodal Operations Planning Workshop

From American Public Transportation Association:


The 2013 APTA Multimodal Operations Planning Workshop will be held at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco, CA on July 29-31.

This workshop is APTA’s meeting dedicated to promoting and advancing the work of America’s professional public transportation planners and schedulers. It is an information sharing opportunity for both established professionals and individuals who are new to the field.

The Call for Presentations will be released in mid-February, and will be posted to this site and distributed by email.  Please check back here for further details.

A Multimodal Tour is being developed for the weekend prior to the workshop.  Please contact Kevin Dow with questions and to express your interest in joining us for this optional perennial highlight.

About This Workshop

Sessions will provide planners and schedulers with the latest in scheduling, facilities planning, technological advances, designing routes, and bus rapid transit.

Who should attend: schedulers, planners, and personnel involved in the operation of all transit systems.


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