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CITY Interns 2014, Atlanta GA

 


 

 

 

 

COMTO's 2015 Careers In Transportation for Youth (CITY)

Intern Program Now Open!

 

Interns at COMTO's recent National Meeting And Training Conference, Atlanta GA

  

 

 COMTO's application deadline for its CITY Program  -  a 10-week, paid summer internship – is extended until April 15th. 

Apply online now. Click Here!

  

Listen to a word from Jasmine Narcisse, COMTO CITY Intern Program Alumna

 


COMTO is RECRUITING TCRP Ambassadors

 

COMTO is recruiting TCRP Ambassadors, a talented cadre of transportation professionals that help disseminate the latest industry research across the country.  Application deadline is April 24, 2015.  Apply online. Click here.

 

Learn more about the Ambassador Program during COMTO's TCRP Webinar, April 2, 2015 at noon.

 


 

 

44th National Meeting and Training Conference

✓ Saturday, July 11 – Tuesday, July 14, 2015, join COMTO for our 44th National Meeting and Training Conference in Boston!

     

Call for Papers deadline extended!

COMTO 44th National Meeting and Training Conference Call for Papers deadline

to submit Abstracts has been extended to Tuesday, March 31st. Click here for more details.

 

Early Bird Conference Registration Now Open!

 

Take advantage of the Early Bird rate for COMTO's 44th National Meeting & Training Conference, July 11-14, 2015 in Boston, MA.

 

Register now. Payment must be included with registration.

 

 
Hotel Information:

The Boston Park Plaza Hotel
50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116-3912
Telephone: (617) 426-2000
Reservations: (800) 225-2008
www.bostonparkplaza.com

 

Click Here to View the Conference Schedule at a Glance.




 

Celebrating Women Who Move the Nation (CWWMN) 2015

Thank you for joining us this past March 11th in our Annual Breakfast Awards Ceremony Celebrating Women Who Move the Nation (CWWMN)at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in DC!

This COMTO Signature Event Celebrating Women in Transportation was an unqualified success again!

 

Congratulations to the women who are leading and advancing America's transportation infrastructure in so many ways!

 




 

2015 CWWMN Honorees



 

(Watch video below to learn more about these extraordinary women)



COMTO's 4th Annual (2015) Celebrating Women Who Move the Nation a Resounding Success!!

March 11, 2015 (Washington, DC) - The Conference Of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) is pleased to thank the attendees of its 4th Annual Celebrating Women Who Move the Nation Awards. Thirteen outstanding women, from all sectors of the transportation industry, were recognized and saluted for their contributions to the industry. Accolades and congratulations for the Annual Breakfast Awards Ceremony Celebrating Women Who Move the Nation (CWWMN) continue to stream in.

 

See pictures from the event here (also available via our Flickr menu item above)

 

 


COMTO Congratulates Phil Washington as LA Metro's new CEO

COMTO congratulates Phil Washington, who is taking the helm of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority, also known as LA Metro. For the past six years, Washington has led Denver, Colorado's Regional Transportation District (RTD) as General Manager and CEO to great success and much acclaim. Nine years before that, he served as RTD's Assistant General Manager. Washington's selection was announced by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, who chairs the LA Metro Board. Mayor Garcetti introduced Washington at a morning news conference on Thursday, March 12, 2015. Calling him the "ideal person," Washington will manage LA Metro's $36 billion transportation infrastructure program. Noting Washington's track record of "maximizing project efficiency," Mayor Garcetti said Washington will serve Metro riders well.

 

Washington said he had mixed feelings leaving RTD and the Denver metro region, and was "privileged" to have served the RTD Board, RTD staff, and the people of Denver. But, he is honored to have this unique opportunity. Under Washington's leadership, Denver's transportation system became a national model because of its innovations and regional collaborations, earning him national and international honors.

 

Denver looks to name an interim general manager as soon as possible and begin its recruitment for a new person at the helm. ”Phil, a long time COMTO member, has done so much to help level the playing field for minorities in the transportation industry," stated Robert Prince, COMTO Board Chair. "This move is a testament to a true professional. We wish him well.”

 

 

 


Studio 71 Videos of the Week: Celia J. Blue;

Celia J. Blue, MassDOT Registrar of Vehicles for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts & Boston Chapter President of COMTO

 

 

 

 


 

Accelerate

Winter issue of Accelerate is now available!

 

 



View Photos From the 43rd National Meeting & Training Conference



 

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.

Click here to contribute to the Julie Cunningham Legacy Fund 

 Click here for details about the Julie Cunningham Legacy Fund




 

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