2024 FPTA Call for Presentations

FPTA is seeking session/presentation proposals for the FPTA/CTD Annual Conference & EXPO. This event will be held September 22-25, 2024 in West Palm Beach. Sessions will be held both in the morning and afternoon of September 23rd and 24th. Please do not contact FPTA to schedule briefing calls or to propose ideas; using our submission form will ensure your best success.

Now accepting proposals through 6:00pm (EST) on Friday, June 7, 2024.

The Fine Print

  • If selected, speakers are required to register for the event as an attendee.
  • Speakers do NOT receive a complimentary registration, unless specifically approved by event organizers.
  • Speakers also cover their own travel, accommodations, etc.
  • Spaces are very limited and some proposals may be considered for an FDOT sponsored program managed by CUTR.

Ready to Submit a Proposal?


⇒ You MUST be an FPTA member to submit a proposal

⇒ If you are a vendor (Business Class member), you must team up with a Corporate/CTC member to be considered. Your session must present an innovative idea or best practice you have implemented with the agency.

⇒ Submissions should avoid being a sales pitch or overly commercial

⇒ Online submission of proposals is required. Email submissions will not be accepted or reviewed.

⇒ All proposals must be complete by the deadline in order to be considered. We ask that you do not submit a proposal until you have complete information.

Ready to Submit a Proposal?


Sessions are almost always 60 minutes long; allowing 45-50 minutes of content with 10-15 minutes for Q&A. Panel sessions may be slightly longer, but please plan for a 60 minute session.

⇒ We are looking for a wide array of topics that are innovative, engaging, inspiring, and informative for Florida’s transportation professionals. Please submit one proposal per topic if you are interested in more than one. Proposals should address contemporary or emerging issues confronting the public transportation industry/profession. Here are some suggested topics:

♦ Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
♦ Funding, Finance and Capital Projects
♦ Policy and Planning   ♦ Procurement
♦ Project Delivery          ♦ Safety and Security
♦ Sustainability    ♦ Workforce Development

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