What is NAPTA?
NAPTA (National Alliance of Public Transportation Advocates) is a national organization representing grassroots transit coalitions, grassroots transit rider organizations and advocates that support increasing investment in public transportation.
- To create a diverse, committed, and visible national alliance of local public transit coalitions.
- To generate a heightened level of advocacy through constituent visits, calls, e-mails, and letters at necessary and appropriate times in the congressional decision-making process.
- To link local transit coalitions with new advocacy tools and resources.
Webinar Series: Six Stops to Success
NAPTA and the Center for Transportation Excellence are excited to announce part three of our free webinar training series that run from November 2015 - September 2016. These webinars are designed to provide advocates and transportation organizations with the necessary tools to take a transportation ballot measure from an idea to a winning proposition.
This year’s sessions include:
More information at: www.cfte.org/six-stops
View our most recent webinar
On May 10, 2016, Art Guzzetti, Vice President - Policy, moderated a webinar with Councilmember Rob Johnson, Seattle City Council; Commissioner Sig Hutchinson, Wake County Board of Commissioners; and Mike Alexander, Atlanta Regional Commission on fostering positive relationships with local elected officials. A recording of the webinar is now available here.