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  • Recorded On: 05/04/2022

    Transit services will continuously adjust to accommodate post-pandemic trip demands as they emerge and evolve. How can public transportation providers best serve new commuting and work-from-home patterns? How can schedules adjust to serve off-peak and non-commute trips? How can route networks ramp-up to meet rider and community needs in core ridership corridors and essential workers? How can service design aide the recovery of Central Business Districts? How are new housing patterns affecting service?

    Transit services will continuously adjust to accommodate post-pandemic trip demands as they emerge and evolve.  How can public transportation providers best serve new commuting and work-from-home patterns?   How can schedules adjust to serve off-peak and non-commute trips?   How can route networks ramp-up to meet rider and community needs in core ridership corridors and essential workers?   How can service design aide the recovery of Central Business Districts?   How are new housing patterns affecting service?   Our panel will address these questions and more through a unique session format.

  • Recorded On: 05/03/2022

    Kicking off this dynamic general session is the 2022 Bus Safety & Security Awards. The APTA Bus Safety and Security Excellence Awards, recognize bus systems in North America for their excellence in safety and security. Winning systems were chosen based on the innovation, effectiveness, benefits and transferability of their program or project.

    Kicking off this dynamic general session is the 2022 Bus Safety & Security Awards. The APTA Bus Safety and Security Excellence Awards, recognize bus systems in North America for their excellence in safety and security. Winning systems were chosen based on the innovation, effectiveness, benefits and transferability of their program or project. 

    Then we will lead into a dynamic discussion of how stigma often brings experiences and feelings of shame, blame, hopelessness, distress, misrepresentation in the media, and reluctance to seek and/or accept necessary help. Every one of us has the ability to help reduce stigma and encourage compassion and tolerance. We will hear from an expert from McLean Hospital on how we can do just that to help ourselves and each other get the support we need to get through together.

  • Recorded On: 05/02/2022

    Launched by FTA last June to help advance President Biden’s ambitious GHG reduction goals, the Sustainable Transit for a Healthy Planet Challenge calls on transit agencies to develop strategies to reduce emissions, such as converting fleets to electric buses, making facilities more energy efficient, and generating power through renewable energy sources.

    Launched by FTA last June to help advance President Biden’s ambitious GHG reduction goals, the Sustainable Transit for a Healthy Planet Challenge calls on transit agencies to develop strategies to reduce emissions, such as converting fleets to electric buses, making facilities more energy efficient, and generating power through renewable energy sources. On Earth Day 2022, FTA recognized 10 transit agencies for their exemplary efforts to mitigate GHG emissions and launched phase 2 -- continued support of transit agencies developing strategies to reduce their footprint and address the climate crisis. Hear about the results and transit agency success stories in this general session.

  • Recorded On: 05/02/2022

    Our keynote Wesley Hamilton, a dynamic change agent will close out this session, sharing his inspiring story of recovery, transformation, resilience and bravery. ​

    Hear from APTA leadership and our host, the Central Ohio Transit Authority, as they share all the exciting and relevant information you will learn and see over the next three days.

    Our keynote Wesley Hamilton, a dynamic change agent will close out the session, sharing his inspiring story of recovery, transformation, resilience and bravery. 

  • Recorded On: 04/21/2022

    Presenters from the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA), the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), the Toronto Transit Commission ( TTC), the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and Deloitte will delve into the cybersecurity threat, attacks to IT and OT systems, mitigation strategies and best practices.

    How should public transit agencies respond to the cybersecurity threat? Presenters from the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA), the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), the Toronto Transit Commission ( TTC), the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and Deloitte will delve into the cybersecurity threat, attacks to IT and OT systems, mitigation strategies and best practices. 

    Moderators:

    • Simon Minelli, Director of Research, Technical Services & Industry Programs, Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA )
    • Polly Hanson, Senior Directory, Security, Risk & Emergency Management, American Public Transportation Association

    Panelist:

    • Dhaksayan Shanmuganayagam, Chief Information Officer, Toronto Transit Commission
    • Andrew Jefferies, Partner, Cyber Risk Advisory & Critical Infrastructure at Deloitte
    • Kyle N. Malo, Sr. Director, Cybersecurity & CISO, Office of Cybersecurity, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
  • Recorded On: 04/14/2022

    As transit agencies and transit businesses advance diversity, equity and inclusion in their own organizations, they are using tools such as climate assessments to gain insight on the perceived employee experience of existing internal policies, practices and procedures. Join a panel of DEI experts and industry practitioners for a robust discussion.

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    As transit agencies and transit businesses advance diversity, equity and inclusion in their own organizations, they are using tools such as climate assessments to gain insight on the perceived employee experience of existing internal policies, practices and procedures. How are climate assessment tools best put into place, how are they implemented effectively and how do you build on the results to make progress on DEI in your organization? Join a panel of DEI experts and industry practitioners for a robust discussion.

    Moderator:

    • Pamela M. Christian, Director of Civil Rights Programs, Diversity & Inclusion, LA Metro, Los Angeles, California

    Presenter:

    • Tracie Daniels, President of Synergy Consulting, Washington DC

     Panelists:

    • Joseph Calhoun, Deputy Director of Service Development, Maryland Transit Administration, Baltimore, MD
    • Major Cooper, Manager – Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Milwaukee County Transit System, Milwaukee, WI
    • Charli Champagne, Workforce Development Manager, NFI Group, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
  • Recorded On: 04/06/2022

    Adoption of low-carbon and sustainability pratices make transit organizations leaders and good corporate citizens in their communities. They also make good business sense. This discussion will indentify some of the many ways such sustainability practices will reduce costs and contribute to a healthy triple bottom line.

    Adoption of low-carbon and sustainability practices make transit organizations leaders and good corporate citizens in their communities. They also make good business sense. This discussion will identify some of the many ways such sustainability practices will reduce costs and contribute to a healthy triple bottom line.

    The webinar is sponsored jointly by APTA and the Federal Transit Administration. Brief opening statements will be made by the Chair of APTA's Sustainability Committee, and by the FTA Associate Administrator for Planning and Environment. Panelists will each open with concise 5-7 minute presentations intended to provide context and establish their main point. The moderator will then facilitate an interactive, high-energy conversation, to be interspersed with audience Q&A.

    MODERATOR

    • Amy Shatzkin, Chair, APTA Sustainability Committee, and Director of Sustainability, Sound Transit, Seattle, WA

    REMARKS:

    • Mark Ferroni, Deputy Associate Administrator for Planning and Environment, Federal Transit Administration

    PANELISTS:

    • Kevin Quinn, Chief Executive Officer, TransLink, Vancouver, BC, CA
    • Jeffrey Freeman, Sr. Project Coordinator, Metro Transit, Minneapolis, MN
    • Meghan Schulz, Corporate Sustainability Initiatives Manager, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, Philadelphia, PA (invited)
    • Catherine McNeill Kummer, Sustainability, Resiliency and Government Affairs Officer, Charlotte Area Transit System, Charlotte, NC
  • ​The coming years bring great opportunity to unleash the economic power of our megaregions, to enable equitable and affordable access and opportunity, and to create short-term and permanent American jobs. Those national benefits can be achieved by building a robust high-speed and intercity passenger rail network that is environmentally friendly, resilient, and sustainable.

    The coming years bring great opportunity to unleash the economic power of our megaregions, to enable equitable and affordable access and opportunity, and to create short-term and permanent American jobs.   Those national benefits can be achieved by building a robust high-speed and intercity passenger rail network that is environmentally friendly, resilient, and sustainable.

    The High Speed Rail Conference brought together a wide range of stakeholders and advocates to cover the full range of questions that need to be addressed in making that vision a reality.

    Purchasing this package will give you access to all recordings.  To access individual recordings, please see individual products.
  • Recorded On: 04/01/2022

    This closing session brought together three days of high-energy discussions at APTA's High-Speed Rail Conference.

    This closing session brought together three days of high-energy discussions at APTA's High-Speed Rail Conference.

    Panelists:

    • Joseph Giulietti, APTA HS&IPR Committee Chair; Commissioner, Connecticut Department of Transportation, Newington, CT
    • Amy Scarton, APTA HS&IPR Legislative Subcommittee Chair; Deputy Secretary of Transportation, Washington State Department of Transportation, Olympia, WA
    • Jeffrey Wharton, Connecting America’s Cities Conference Chair; Director of Contracts and Technical Services, SYSTRA USA
    • Kevin Holzendorf, Vice-Chair, APTA; Immediate Past-Chair of the Board, Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Jacksonville, FL


  • Recorded On: 04/01/2022

    The students will be asked to develop concepts addressing one or more of the following needs: Sustainability (make it greener), Economics (reduce cost to build and operate) and Societal (get people to take the train rather than fly or drive).

    Invite the next generation of riders (middle and high school students from Philadelphia) to come up with ideas for the future of high-speed rail and intercity connections.  The students will be asked to develop concepts addressing one or more of the following needs: Sustainability (make it greener), Economics (reduce cost to build and operate) and Societal (get people to take the train rather than fly or drive).

    Moderator: Chitra Radin, President, Radin Consulting

    Panelists:

    • Philadelphia Student Delegation
    • Lonnie Coplen, President/CEO, ARC Alternative and Renewable Construction
    • Norman A. Forde, Vice President, WSP
    • Craig Covil, Principal, C2 Consulting LLC