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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

August 17, 2021

Discrimination and Harassment Webinar

Registration now open!
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AzTA Event

September 15, 2021

23rd Annual AzTA Golf Classic

Join AzTA Golf Classic TITLE SPONSOR SCHETKY BUS & VAN SALES on September 15, 2021 to #Tee Off for Transit! Our AMAZING TITLE SPONSOR will also be providing complimentary SUPER TICKETS to each golfer for all on course events + mulligans this year! (SUPER TICKETS are like GOLD—$60 value) Courtesy of SCHETKY BUS & VAN SALES!!
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AzTA Event

November 15–19, 2021

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

Registration opens SOON! We are planning for an In-Person Conference with Vendor Exhibits and Vehicles displayed. Join us at the Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West!
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AzTA Event

April 11–13, 2022

Arizona’s 35th Annual Statewide Transit Conference presented by AzTA & ADOT

Join us at the El Conquistador Tucson, A Hilton Resort! We are planning for an In-Person Conference with Vendor Exhibits and Vehicles displayed.
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May 6, 2021

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May 3, 2021

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