Lost In Transit

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Ultimate Urban Circulator

Unlike many people who work in transit and say they fell into the industry by accident, Nathaniel “Nat” Ford, who is 57, likes to say transit runs in his DNA. Born and raised in Queens, New York, Ford grew up taking buses and subways. Read more about the CEO of Jacksonville Transportation Authority (and former MARTA CEO) in People Who Move People.

Right by my Old Trolleys

As far as public transportation circles are concerned, Shirley DeLibero is known as the Queen of Transit. Which makes sense, because her transit career expands over three decades. Her efforts in Houston were even recognized with a building named in her honor, the Shirley A. DeLibero Rail Operations Center.

Young Professionals in Transportation

Motivated, ambitious and committed young professionals are coming together to connect and fuel collaboration within the world of transportation. Young Professionals in Transportation (YPT) was established in Washington, D.C. in 2008. Ten years later, the organization has expanded to nearly 40 major metropolitan areas…

3 Things We Love About #UC2018

On Monday, March 26 we kicked off our most anticipated event of the year: The North American User Conference 2018! Routematchers and nearly 300 of our fellow transit nerds congregated at the InterContinental Hotel Buckhead in Atlanta…

Meet the speakers of #UC2018!

What do you get when you combine a Navy Seal, accomplished entrepreneur, and writer? An amazing motivational speaker, that’s what. Right off the bat at our Tuesday Leadership Summit, Brent got managers, executives and leaders across the transit industry buzzing with excitement and energy.

Roll Up Your Sleeves

Rhonda Briggins grew up very fast and very young. Her biological parents raised her along with hundreds of foster children in their home since she was six years old, and they continue to welcome more to this day. Growing up wasn’t always easy for her as a child, but those experiences have instilled in her the true meaning of being a civil citizen.