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  • Includes a Live Web Event on 01/20/2022 at 3:00 PM (EST)

    This webinar will allow attendees to glean more information from TSA regarding incident response plan requirements, details of the vulnerability assessment form and what to expect when an incident is reported. Available resources will also be shared.

    TSA issued Security Directive 1582-21-01 “Enhancing Public Transportation and Passenger Railroad Cybersecurity”, Dec. 2, for each owner/operator of a passenger railroad carrier or rail transit system identified in 49 CFR 1582.101 which went into effect Dec. 31.

    The Security Directive requires the owner/operator of an applicable passenger railroad carrier or rail transit system, to:

    • Designate a Cybersecurity Coordinator;
    • Report cybersecurity incidents to the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) no later than 24 hours after a cybersecurity incident is identified;
    • Develop a Cybersecurity Incident Response Plan; and
    • Conduct a cybersecurity vulnerability assessment using a form provided by TSA.

    This webinar will allow attendees to glean more information from TSA regarding the incident response plan requirements, details of the vulnerability assessment form and what to expect when an incident is reported. Available resources will also be shared.

    Presenters:

    • Scott C. Gorton, Executive Director, Surface Policy, Policy, Plans, and Engagement, Transportation Security Administration
    • Christopher T. McKay, Mass Transit Industry Engagement Manager, Industry Engagement Branch, Policy, Plans, and Engagement, Transportation Security Administration
    • Mike Isper, Branch Manager, Surface Cybersecurity Support, Surface Operations, Transportation Security Administration 

  • Includes a Live Web Event on 01/19/2022 at 1:30 PM (EST)

    January is Human Trafficking Awareness month. Hear from federal partners, industry experts and stakeholders on effective programs, training and campaigns for the transit industry for Human Trafficking awareness.

    January is Human Trafficking Awareness month. Hear from federal partners, industry experts and stakeholders on effective programs, training and campaigns for the transit industry for Human Trafficking awareness.

    Moderator:

    • Polly Hanson, TSSP, PTSCTP, WSO-CSSD, Senior Director Security, Risk & Emergency Management 

    Panelists:

    • Annie Sovick, Truckers Against Trafficking
  • Recorded On: 01/06/2022

    Hear from experts at the Federal Transit Administration, Transportation for America, and the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation regarding the massive infusion of Federal funds into the nation's infrastructure and how it can be done in a way that advances diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

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    Hear from experts at the Federal Transit Administration, Transportation for America, and the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation regarding the massive infusion of Federal funds into the nation's infrastructure and how it can be done in a way that advances diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. How can infrastructure funding help reverse the course of what have often been historically divisive investments? What are the expectations for how transit spends its infrastructure dollars and how those dollars will be tracked to ensure they support and amplify this administration's diversity, equity, and inclusion goals?

    Moderator:

    • MJ Maynard, Chief Executive Officer, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, NV

    Panelists:

    • Beth Osborne, Director, Transportation For America, Washington, DC
    • Dr. Regan Patterson, Transportation Equity Research Fellow, Center for Policy, Analysis, and Research (CPAR), Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Washington DC
    • Veronica Vanterpool, Senior Advisor, Federal Transit Administration, Washington DC
  • Developed an understanding of social equity strategies, policies, best practices to help CEOs and Boards evaluate and improve transportation equity for their disabled communities. Gathered information through online research and interviews with agencies. 

    Develops an understanding of social equity strategies, policies, best practices to help CEOs and Boards evaluate and improve transportation equity for their disabled communities.  Gathers information through online research and interviews with agencies.

    • Provide a common understanding of social equity issues for disabled persons using fixed route services.
    • Conduct research and interviews to identify best practices that support new/expanded equity related policies and practices related to the removal of transit related barriers to true mobility for disabled persons.   
    • Outcomes: Provide recommendations and options to increase social equity for disabled riders, including the removal of social, emotional, and physical barriers to using transit services.  Set a longer-term outcome of transitioning paratransit-only riders to fixed route services due to greater accessibility and the removal of barriers to using the services.

    Project Team:

    • Linneth Riley-Hall (Sound Transit)
    • Heather Sobush (PSTA)
    • Randy Johnson (Access Services)
    • Ken Middleton (Jacksonville Transportation Authority) 
  • Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/10/2021

    Transit agencies have reported an increase in persons experiencing homelessness during the pandemic and are exploring solutions to address their needs. Agencies are engaging their employees and regional stakeholders and partnering with social service and charitable organizations to develop strategies to provide support to those who need them.

    It has been reported that homelessness is present across transit systems. Transit agencies have reported an increase in persons experiencing homelessness during the pandemic and are exploring solutions to address their needs. Agencies are engaging their employees and regional stakeholders and partnering with social service and charitable organizations to develop strategies to provide support to those who need them.

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    Session sponsored by HDR 
     
    Speakers

    • Kenneth A, Divers, Assistant Director of Transportation, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), Philadelphia, PA
    • Flora M. Castillo, C.H.I.E., President, Pivot Strategies, LLC, Ventnor, NJ
    • James A. Cook, Assistant Chief of Police, AMTRAK, Washington, DC
    • Laura J. Grams, South Central Transit Market Sector Lead, HDR , Houston, TX

    CEUs: 1.15 Planning

  • 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

  • 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