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U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx Addresses COMTO

U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx is living proof that public transit can transform lives.

As a child born to a 19-year-old single mother in Charlotte, North Carolina, Foxx remembers growing up in his grandparents’ home surrounded by fences. The fences were not metaphorical like the ones in August Wilson’s Tony award-winning play. They were literally chain links that boxed in his community on one side from Interstate 85, and on an adjacent side from Interstate 77. City planners made certain that vehicles could travel swiftly to and from their destinations, but for the people in Foxx’s neighborhood, not so much.

Even today, many communities throughout America like Foxx’s continue to be boxed in, blocking low-income residents from the middle class that access to education, jobs and other opportunities typically provide.

That’s why it is critical that transportation leaders and consumers urge Congress to support a $478 billion transportation funding bill that Secretary Foxx and President Obama are proposing, Foxx told a rapt audience at COMTO’s Opening Plenary Session during its 44th National Meeting and Training Conference in Boston this week.

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The Color of Leadership:

Four Decades of Leveling the Playing Field in the Transportation Industry


44th Conference Program

Flip through the program from the 2015 COMTO National Meeting and Training Conference





June 15, 2015 (Washington, DC) - The Conference Of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) has selected its 2015 Careers In Transportation for Youth (CITY) intern class, its largest to date. With 39 interns in 18 states across the country, the CITY Program exposes college juniors and seniors to the multiple and varied career opportunities within the transportation industry.

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COMTO Welcomes its New President and CEO


The Conference Of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) has named Mioshi James Moses

as its new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1, 2015.


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Secretary Foxx Calls for Action to Support Youth

COMTO is pleased to support Secretary Foxx's initiative to hire youth.


  "This summer, I am asking you to join me in an effort that can make a genuine difference: simply introduce at least one student to the possibility transportation careers offer. Whether it's through a job, internship, mentoring, and/or other career exploration activities, just reach out..."

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Winter issue of Accelerate is now available!




COMTO Announces the Julie Cunningham Legacy Fund

The new awards program, an integral portion of the COMTO Leadership Institute, will annually honor a series of young industry leaders who best exemplify the leadership qualities and traits of Julie Cunningham, past President and CEO.

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