Become a Member of AzTA

What is AzTA?

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.

How can I become a member of AzTA?

Membership with AzTA is available in one of several categories:

Regional Agency
Dues
IPTA $500
RTA $1,000
RPTA $5,000
MPO/COG $500
Rail Program (per route mile) $200
Plus Member Population
500,000 + $7,000
400,000 + $5,000
200,000 + $3,000
100,000 + $1,500
50,000 + $1,000
10,000 + $500
>10,000 $300
Others
Type Dues
DOT $7,000
State, County or Municipal Agency (non-transit) $1,000
Education Institution $500
Professional Consultant, Vendor or Contractor $1,250
Non-profit Association/Individual/Small Business $350
Community Supporter (non-transit) $1,000
Exhibitor (non-voting) $750
Affiliate (non-voting) $100
Special/Honorary/Reciprocal (Board approved) NC

Please contact us to become a member, or if you have any questions; we will be happy to answer them for you.

How can I get involved with AzTA?

As an AzTA member you will be supporting activities to improve public transit. Your membership will help:

  • Develop programs to heighten public awareness on the improvement public transit.
  • Lobby the State for increased support for local public transportation projects, programs and services.
  • Provide educational public transportation conferences, workshops and seminars for policy makers, transportation professionals, businesses and community leaders.
  • Inform members with useful and relevant public transportation information through social media and publications.

As an AzTA member, you can be more involved by:

  • Attending conferences and events hosted by AzTA or its affiliates.
  • Participating on AzTA Committees and Task Forces.
  • Encouraging public transportation solutions in your own community through local grass roots advocacy.
  • Identifying new members to support the Association’s mission.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any additional questions you may have, and we will be happy to answer them for you.

Apr
8

Arizona’s 32nd Annual Statewide Transit Conference

Monday, April 8 – Wednesday, April 10 2019

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Apr
20

Save the Date! Arizona’s 33rd Annual Statewide Transit Conference

Monday, April 20 – Wednesday, April 22 2020

We are headed up north in 2020! Join us in…

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Dec
12

Total Transit/totalride Supports the Veterans Day Parade in the City of Maricopa

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Nov
19

Total Transit/totalride Supports the Veterans Day Parade in the City of Maricopa

Maricopa, AZ (November 14, 2018) – Hundreds of people gathered…

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