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  • Recorded On: 11/10/2021

    Please join us as we kick off the last day of our event with a high energy keynote message from Chef Jeff Henderson.

    Please join us as we kick off the last day of our event with a high energy keynote message from Chef Jeff Henderson.

    Known around the world as "Chef Jeff", Jeff Henderson is an award-winning American chef, New York Times bestselling author, philanthropist, TV personality, and acclaimed international speaker. Jeff started his illustrious culinary career in the unlikeliest of places - federal prison. While serving nearly ten years, he discovered a passion for cooking. Using prison as a catalyst for self-transformation, after his release in 1996 he worked his way up from a dishwasher to the first African American Chef de Cuisine at Caesars Palace. Following the publishing of his bestselling memoir, cookbooks, and self-help story, Chef Jeff travels the world teaching his life-changing lessons and working with at-risk young people through his non-profit. 
    General Session sponsored by BYD Motors, Inc.
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    Opening Remarks

    • Matthew O. Tucker, Executive Director, North County Transit District, Oceanside, CA

    Sponsor Recognition

    • Frank Girardot, Senior Director of Communications, BYD North America, Los Angeles, CA

    Keynote Address: "If You Can See It, You Can Be It"

    • "Chef Jeff" Henderson, Award-Winning Celebrity Chef, Best-Selling Author, Entreprenour, Motivational Speaker, Newport Beach, CA

    Closing Remarks

    • Paul P. Skoutelas, President and CEO, American Public Transportation Association, Washington, DC
  • Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/10/2021

    Our panel will describe how these new opportunities will translate into projects that bring economic growth, improved equity, and sustainability.

    The United States is on the verge of a historic investment in passenger rail corridors. How can the transportation community seize the moment to deliver projects expeditiously and translate plans into actions? Our panel will describe how these new opportunities will translate into projects that bring economic growth, improved equity, and sustainability.

    Moderator

    • Norman Forde, Vice President - National Fleet and Facilities Lead, WSP USA, Baltimore, MD

    Panelists

    • Christine Kefauver, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development, Brightline Trains Florida LLC, Orlando, FL
    • Ray Lang, Senior Director - National State Relations, AMTRAK, Chicago, IL
    • Nicole Bucich, Director, Planning, Northeast Corridor Commission , Washington, DC

    CEUs: 1.5 Engineering

  • Access 26 sessions from the premier 2021 public transportation event, APTA's TRANSform Conference. Our excellent speakers were professionally recorded, and you can view them all in one package that includes: 15 CEU certified educational sessions, keynote speakers, a federal update from USDOT leaders, and so much more.

    Access 26 sessions from the premier public transportation event, APTA's TRANSform Conference.

    Our excellent speakers were professionally recorded, and you can view them all in one package that includes: 15 CEU certified educational sessions, keynote speaker Chef Jeff Henderson on hiring a loyal and diverse workforce, NASA Astronaut Dr. Cady Coleman on quality team building, a federal update from FTA Administrator Nuria Fernandez and FRA Deputy Amit Bose, and so much more.

    TRANSform Conference attendees have full access to these sessions for 90 days, and everyone else can now benefit from the great lessons learned at APTA’s biggest event.

  • Recorded On: 11/10/2021

    Your organization is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and is putting the operational elements in place. As a leader, whether you are a CEO, senior executive, or transit board member, how do you provide consistent vision and direction and remain congruent with the DEI values of your organization?

    Your organization is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and is putting the operational elements in place. As a leader, whether you are a CEO, senior executive, or transit board member, how do you provide consistent vision and direction and remain congruent with the DEI values of your organization? What do you do to educate yourself on historical and current equity challenges and to connect to what DEI means to your team, your customers, and your stakeholders? What does authentic engagement truly look like?

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    Session sponsored by HNTB Corporation
     
    Moderator

    • Flora M. Castillo, C.H.I.E., President, Pivot Strategies, LLC, Ventnor, NJ

    Panelists

    • Dorval R. Carter, Jr., President, Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago, IL
    • Jannet M. Walker-Ford, Senior Vice President & National Transit & Rail Business Line Leader, WSP USA, Jacksonville, FL
    • Jacquelyn Dupont-Walker, Board Director, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Los Angeles, CA
  • Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/10/2021

    Our panel will present case studies on building transit-oriented communities with equity as an essential outcome.

    Affordable housing is integral to the planning of transit corridors. E-TOD builds equitable communities, maximizes ridership, and serves our core market. The pandemic has made clear who are the essential workers and what are the essential destinations. As we build back better, transit agencies will be more focused on expanding communities for these persons and places. Our panel will present case studies on building transit-oriented communities with equity as an essential outcome.

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    Session sponsored by HDR 
     
    Moderator

    • Collie Greenwood, Deputy General Manager, Operations and Urban Planning, Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, Atlanta, GA

    Panelists

    • Jeffrey A. Parker, General Manager/CEO, Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, Atlanta, GA
    • Catherine LaFata, AICP, CTP, Transit Market Sector Lead, HDR, Oakland, CA
    • Kammy Horne, AICP, Senior Vice President of Development and Planning, VIA Metropolitan Transit, San Antonio, TX
    • Christine Beckwith, PE, MBA, Assistant General Manager, Transit Systems Development, Metropolitan Council, St. Paul, MN

    CEUs: 1.15 Planning

  • Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/10/2021

    Join this compelling discussion on rethinking how transit’s value is measured and communicated to customers, the general public, and business and political leaders. What new metrics and practical tools are available and how are they being applied to tell a more comprehensive story?

    The pandemic has shown communities across North America that transit is essential to keeping our economy moving and providing vital access each day to jobs, healthcare, education, and other basic needs. Traditionally, however, transit’s success has been quantified by how many passengers we carry rather than the true economic, social, and environmental benefits we provide to the broader community, both for those that use transit and those who do not. Join this compelling discussion on rethinking how transit’s value is measured and communicated to customers, the general public, and business and political leaders. What new metrics and practical tools are available and how are they being applied to tell a more comprehensive story?

    Moderator

    • David M. Stackrow, Sr., CPA, Treasurer, Capital District Transportation Authority, Albany, NY

    Presenter

    • Mark R. Aesch, Chief Executive Officer, TransPro Consulting, Spring Hill, FL

    Discussants

    • John M. Lewis, Jr., Chief Executive Officer, Charlotte Area Transit System, Charlotte, NC
    • Robbie Makinen, President & CEO, Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, Kansas City, MO
    • Caitlin Vargas, Board Member, Lane Transit District, Springfield, OR
    • Kevin J. Holzendorf, Immediate Past Chair - Board of Directors, Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Jacksonville, FL
    • Carmino N. Basile, Chief Executive Officer, Capital District Transportation Authority, Albany, NY

    CEUs: 1.15 Planning

  • Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/10/2021

    This session will highlight some of the best practices to work with freight and other host railroads to encourage faster realization of capital projects to increase capacity.

    Commuter and passenger rail authorities are always looking to grow the footprint for passenger rail. One of the key facets of growth is working with host railroads, especially freight railroads. This session will highlight some of the best practices to work with freight and other host railroads to encourage faster realization of capital projects to increase capacity.

    Speakers

    • Michael McLaughlin, Chief Operating Officer, Virginia Passenger Rail Authority, Richmond, VA
    • Derrick James, Senior Manager, Government Affairs, AMTRAK, Washington, DC
    • Ulrich Leister, VP, Head of Consulting, Deutsche Bahn Engineering and Consulting USA, Inc., Irvine, CA

    CEUs: 1.15 Engineering

  • Recorded On: 11/10/2021

    Transit CEOs are thinking critically about transit public safety and security. Working with their Boards of Directors, employees, and the community, agencies have begun reshaping what transit public safety and security looks like.

    Transit CEOs are thinking critically about transit public safety and security. Working with their Boards of Directors, employees, and the community, agencies have begun reshaping what transit public safety and security looks like. These reimagined initiatives move away from enforcement when it can be averted and employ transit ambassadors, mental health clinicians, crisis interventionists, and advocates for the unsheltered to ensure that transit systems serve their communities in an equitable way.

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    Speakers

    • Darryl Jamail, Senior Director of Public Safety & Emergency Management, Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Austin, TX
    • Marla Blagg, Executive Director of Safety and Security, Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (TriMet), Portland, OR
    • Matt Walling, Interim Chief of Police/Deputy Chief, Field Operations, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Dallas, TX
  • Recorded On: 11/10/2021

    Please join us as we hear from our agency peers on successful approaches to workforce hiring and retention challenges that are impacting our industry.

    The COVID-19 landscape has taken a toll on an already constrained labor market, especially on our frontline workforce. From employee incentives, modifying service and re-vamping internal processes, agencies are pulling out all the stops to bring in and retain one of transit’s most critical assets – its workforce. Please join us as we hear from our agency peers on successful approaches to workforce hiring and retention challenges that are impacting our industry.

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    Speakers

    • LaShanda Dawkins, Esq., Assistant General Manager, Labor & Employee Relations, Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, Atlanta, GA
    • Patrice McElroy, Acting Chief Human Capital and Development Officer, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Los Angeles, CA
    • Andrew Aiello, General Manager, Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK), Ft. Wright, KY
    • Gary Howard, Director - Rail Transportation, Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (Houston Metro), Houston, TX
  • Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/10/2021

    Many state and local governments see the months ahead as an opportune time to consider new, forward-looking strategies to help assure the ongoing financial health of public transportation. Come hear how these approaches can be replicated in your own community.

    Many state and local governments see the months ahead as an opportune time to consider new, forward-looking strategies to help assure the ongoing financial health of public transportation. VMT fees, delivery fees, special transit taxes and low-cost capital programs to accelerate project delivery are a few of the ideas to be highlighted in this session. Come hear how these approaches can be replicated in your own community.

    Session sponsored by eTransEnergy, A Duke Energy Company
     
    Moderator

    • Damian J. Carey, C.Eng., Senior Program Director, Jacobs , Washington, DC

    Panelists

    • Aileen Boucle, AICP, Executive Director, Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization, Miami, FL
    • Dr. Joshua Schank, Ph.D., Chief Innovation Officer, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Los Angeles, CA
    • Joshua Cohen, Campaign Director, APTA Center for Transportation Excellence, Washington, DC

    CEUs: 1.15 Planning