Florida Public Transportation Association
FPTA is one of the most active state transit associations in the nation. We represent urban and rural systems across our state, with our programs providing over 231 million fixed route trips to Florida residents and visitors, and an additional 11 million paratransit trips.
2020 Annual Conference
Please join us October 6-9, 2020 for FPTA’s 1st Virtual Annual Conference. This won’t be your basic Zoom sessions. We’ve invested in a robust virtual tradeshow platform to bring us live online.
Registration deadline is Monday, Sept 28 by end of day.
Transit Tuesday Webinars
Ten State Associations across the country are combining efforts and leveraging resources to bring additional training over the next several weeks to their members. These webinars are for members of the following Associations: AZTA, CALACT, CASTA, FPTA, IPTA, PPTA, SWTA, TPTA, VTA and WSTA.
Next webinar, September 29th at 3pm – ‘Race, Leadership and Workplace: New Perspectives on the Black Experience’
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