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Arizona Transit Association

Arizona Transit Association (AzTA) is a non-profit statewide organization dedicated to improving public transportation in all Arizona communities. AzTA's mission is to provide leadership in the funding, advocacy and education for public transportation services throughout Arizona.

Events

Membership in AzTA gives you access to these exclusive events. View all events »

AzTA Event

October 20–21, 2020

(Past Event) Arizona’s 33rd Annual Statewide Transit Conference

The AzTA ADOT Statewide Transit Conference was a huge success! Thank you to our TITLE Sponsor: TRANSDEV and all of our presenters & attendees. Join us April 2021 for our next conference.
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December 16, 2020

(Past Event) 22nd Annual AzTA Golf Classic

Join us this December to #Tee Off For Transit!
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AzTA Event

April 5–7, 2021

AzTA/ADOT Virtual Conference - RTAP & More

A NEW virtual event -- MORE to follow!
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AzTA Event

September 15, 2021

23rd Annual AzTA Golf Classic

Join us September 2021 to #TeeOffforTransit
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November 15–17, 2021

Arizona’s 34th Annual Statewide Transit Conference presented by AzTA & ADOT

Join us at the Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West!
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News

The latest news concerning Arizona transportation issues. View all news »

Hot Topic!
January 22, 2021

Mountain Line Receives $5.5 Million Grant for Bike and Pedestrian Improvements

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) awarded Mountain Line $5.5 million to support the construction of bike and pedestrian infrastructure in association with transit stops.
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Hot Topic!
January 19, 2021

Transit Agencies Take up Fight Against Human Trafficking

The transit industry is working to combat the issue through awareness campaigns, employee training and community outreach and education efforts.
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