U.S. DOT Federal
Transit Administration (FTA)
The FTA provides financial assistance for transit planning, operations, and
capital programs. They also provide technical assistance in the form of guidance
in meeting Federal requirements; training needs; and support of research,
development and demonstration of innovative concepts and technology. The site
includes information about their programs, full text documents, a database of
transit statistics, legal information, and safety information. The
"links" section offers links to transit agencies by state, county or
Transit Association (ATRA)
The mission of ATRA is to help communities, agencies, and planners implement
transit systems that serve the mobility needs of their citizens in a
cost-effective, service-oriented fashion. The site includes information on
advanced transit technologies, full text of publications by members and
the ATRA Newsletter, and links to transit related sites.
Transit Association (APTA)
APTA's mission is to strengthen and expand public
transportation advocacy, innovation, and information sharing. The site
offers transit statistics, news, a bulletin board, legislative information,
international transit information, full text documents and a catalog of member
products and services.
Transportation Association of America (CTAA)
CTAA conducts research, provides technical assistance, offers educational
programs and serves as an advocate in order to make coordinated community
transportation available, affordable and accessible. This site includes
legislative information, news, funding data and opportunities, state by state
information about federally funded transportation related programs, a conference
speaker network, a bulletin board, a database of scheduling/dispatching
software, full text transit and ITS publications from the association and other
agencies, and information about training and certification.
for Commuter Transportation (ACT)
ACT's mission is to enhance mobility, improve air quality, and conserve
energy though Transportation Demand Management activities. The site gives
information on "commuter benefits," transit listservs, and links to
other commuter web sites.
High Speed Ground
Transportation Association (HSGTA)
HSGTA was organized in 1983 to advocate the integration of high-speed ground
transportation service in North America and world-wide as a necessary addition
to existing transportation networks. The site has a "Capital
Update" section, information about the Association, and a page of industry
Internet Transit Center
This site, sponsored by METRO Magazine, serves as a portal to transit
information. It includes transit news, a calendar of events, industry
statistics, legal information, a photo gallery, historical information., ISO
9000 information, and an industry product directory.
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