FPTA Hall of Fame

The Most Distinguished Individuals in Florida Public Transportation

This is the highest honor that our association can bestow.  In our 40+ year history, the Board and members of the Florida Public Transportation Association have only chosen a select few individuals to be honored with induction to our Hall of Fame.

The people listed below have made a significant and lasting impact in advancing public transportation in Florida and we are very proud that each has chosen to work alongside the FPTA.

2005 – Congressman John Mica

2005 – Congressman John Mica

John L. Mica began his service to Florida’s 7th Congressional District in 1993.  He is currently in his seventh Term, and serves, among other posts, as Chair of the Aviation Subcommittee on the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Rep. Mica is...

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2004 – John L. “Larry” Carter

2004 – John L. “Larry” Carter

Larry Carter’s life has revolved around public transit.  With his father, President of Cities Transit in Tallahassee, Larry began his transit career as a teen filling chewing gum dispensers on buses and rebuilding fuel injectors.  He eventually worked in virtually...

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