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.
Diverse federal, state, and local revenue sources are critical in support of services provided by public and human service transportation agencies across the United States.
Many of these agencies’ funding opportunities come in the form of public, private, non-profit, and foundation grants.
“Smart City” brings to mind visions of grand, futuristic looking scenes: perhaps a moving sidewalk with a high-speed railway and crop of wind turbines turning in the scenery. But the reality is that smart cities are just cities that are adopting innovative, technology-driven solutions to improve the efficiency of their city; no moving sidewalks necessary. Here are 10 smart cities in the U.S. that are leading the pack.
Public transit plays a vital role for individuals and communities. As such, a positive revenue stream is essential to all public and human service transportation agencies providing service to its customers.
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