Oregon Transit Association Selected by the Community Transportation Association of America
as Recipient of its 2019 State Transit Leadership Award

The Oregon Transit Association (OTA) was awarded the 2019 State Transit Leadership Award by the Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) on May 22nd at its annual EXPO in Palm Springs, Calif., in recognition of a state agency or transit association actively working to improve mobility options in its state.

The award, presented annually at the Association’s national EXPO, honors the work state agencies or associations do in supporting CTAA’s members – as well as all community and public transportation providers in their state – in connecting people with efficient, affordable and reliable transportation connections. Charles Carr, a National Director of the Association’s Board of Directors and Intermodal Planning Director at the Mississippi Department of Transportation, noted that OTA worked to achieve significant growth in state investment for transit providers – proving that even in tight budgetary times, effective outreach about the impact of all forms of community and public transportation can result in the most important outcome of all: more money.

 

 

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