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Implementing Rural Transit Technology, a joint course of the Small Urban & Rural Transit Center and the National Transit Institute, will be held May 10-11 in Anchorage, Alaska, and June 9-10 in Charlottesville, Virginia. The course is geared toward transit professionals, state DOT office staff, and regional planners involved in planning and implementing technology-based systems for rural transit operations.
More information on the course and online registration is available on the course's web page.
SURTC has updated its list of training topics and added a few new topics.
New training topics include:
- Giving Effective Presentations
- How to Avoid Common Pitfalls in Writing
- Planning for Technology in Small Urban & Rural Areas
- The Changing Face of America: Diversity and Its Implications for Transit
- Transit and Elected Officials
SURTC develops and provides training for transit operators as needs are identified. If you would like to host a training session, please e-mail Carol Wright at email@example.com or call (701)231-8231.
A Transportation Seminar on developing long-range transportation plans will be held Oct. 20, 2009, at 1:00 p.m. in Room 422 of the IACC building on the North Dakota State University campus. The seminar will discuss the role of long-range transportation plans, the planning process, and their role in ensuring the efficient and effective expenditure of public dollars.
The course presents a structured approach for planning, implementing, and evaluating rural transit projects to help ensure that agency needs and expectations are met.