OHIO NEEDS TRANSIT CONFERENCE & OPTA EXPO 2021 | Looking to the Future
OHIO NEEDS TRANSIT CONFERENCE & OPTA EXPO 2021
Looking to the Future
ANNOUNCING THE OHIO NEEDS TRANSIT CONFERENCE & OPTA EXPO 2021!
THANK YOU FOR JOINING US!
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, September 15, 16, 17, 2021
John S. Knight Center, Akron, Ohio
On behalf of the Ohio Public Transit Association, we thank you for joining us for the Ohio Needs Transit Conference & OPTA EXPO 2021 hosted in Akron.
We hope that you found the event to be informative and worthwhile.
Planning for OPTA’s next conference and expo will begin soon. Visit ohioneedstransit.org for updates and information in the coming weeks and months.
We look forward to seeing you in 2022!
The past year has provided unprecedented challenges to all who work within public transit as well as those stakeholders that support the industry and the riders whose lives depend on reliable transportation services.
We have been tested in ways that were never envisioned and challenged to be innovative and reactive to continue providing essential services to the thousands that count on us.
As transit operators at every level, we learned so much about our industry, our strengths and ourselves.
It is time to take what we learned and move to the future!
OHIO NEEDS TRANSIT CONFERENCE 2021 Attendee Scholarships Available!
Sponsored by the Ohio Department of Transportation
ODOT’s scholarship program is open to all Section 5310 and 5311 sub-recipient transit agencies.
Eligible costs the scholarship can help cover include, but are not limited to:
registration, airfare, lodging, and ground transportation.
Questions? Contact Phyllis VanArsdale
614.595.6919 | email@example.com
OPTA is the primary advocate for public transportation in Ohio. The Association provides leadership, resources, training, support, technical assistance, media outreach, public engagement, and governmental relations services to transit agencies and businesses across the state.
As the powerful and unified voice of our members, the 60,000 men and women they employ and the millions of people, including seniors, veterans, students, people with disabilities, and commuters who use transit every year, OPTA strives to increase funding opportunities and improve Ohio’s quality of life.
Ohio Public Transit Association
605 N. High St., #175
Columbus, OH 43215
Phyllis VanArsdale, Executive Administrator
JOIN OPTA NOW! Visit our Member Center for details on the work statewide that the leadership and members are doing and how your business can benefit. The Association provides leadership, resources, training, government relations and advocacy services to public and private transit agencies and transit service providers across the state.
If you work in – or just love transit – there are many ways to get involved with a passionate group of state-wide leadership who are working to transform mobility and redesign the future of transit.