The Arizona Transit Association is committed to you. In an effort to empower all of us to become advocates of public transportation, below are frequently asked questions and answers affecting public transportation in Arizona.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any additional questions you may have, and we will be happy to answer them for you.
Most of the conferences, publications, and Board of Directors information is posted on the AzTA website. Browse away to find out more about AzTA’s rich history as an advocate and educator of public transportation.
As part of all of AzTA’s upcoming events, go to the conferences and events page and click on “sponsors”. You can register as a sponsor or exhibitor electronically, or by making a simple phone call.
The AzTA Advocate was published quarterly from July 2010 through April 2015 in cooperation with the Arizona Department of Transportation. If you want to see the most recent and archived copies, find them at AzTA Newsletters!
On AzTA’s home page, look for a link to the state legislature and to Arizona’s congressional delegation. At those links, you’ll find more about what’s happening in the transit world!
On a regular basis, you’ll find new issues about transit addressed as part of the “Hot Topics” resource page. Check it out regularly for items on interest and controversy about public transportation across Arizona and the nation.
Yes, search the tabs at the top of the home page for links to jobs (and to RFPs) that are offered by our members and nationwide.
As an AzTA member you will be supporting activities to improve public transit. Your membership will help:
Arizona Transit Association (AzTA) is a non-profit statewide organization dedicated to improving public transportation in all Arizona communities. AzTA’s membership includes local governments, chambers of commerce, major employers, transit program operators, transit suppliers and contractors, small businesses, non-profit community agencies and transportation consultants.
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