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Bus Conference Focuses on Educational Sessions

Educational sessions covering a wide variety of topics—including the popular day-long “BRT Tuesday”—are a major component of the 2017 APTA Bus & Paratransit Conference, May 7-10 in Reno, NV.

Topics to be addressed throughout the conference will center around eight routes of study: technology and technical forums; operations and maintenance; accessibility and mobility management; safety, security and emergency preparedness; planning, sustainability and finance; capital programs; BRT; and policy, management and workforce development.

North America’s best bus operators and maintenance teams will gather Sunday morning, May 7, to compete in the International Bus Roadeo Competition. The winners will be announced the evening of May 9 at the International Bus Roadeo Awards Banquet.

Other highlights include the Bus Display, the Products and Services Showcase and the APTA Bus Safety and Security Awards. General sessions will focus on the news from FTA, integrating rideshare and public transportation and ridership trends.

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Reno waits to welcome guests to APTA’s Bus & Paratransit Conference.

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