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NY TRANSIT: ON THE MOVE

Transit Training Institute

 

NYS Public Transit Industry Solutions Fall Conference + Expo

 

Invest In Transit Advocacy Day Sponsors & Supporters

Clever Devices - T-shirt Sponsor
Seifert Transit Graphics - Posters


BAE Systems
Nova Bus

Gillig, LLC
Leonard Bus Sales
Luminator Technology Group
RouteMatch Software
Shepard Bros., Inc.

American Seating Co.
Hanover Displays
The Nevison Group

Adirondack Trailways
Atlantic Detroit Diesel-Allison
Axion Technologies
BAE Systems
Bombardier Transportation
Capital District Transportation Authority
Central New York Regional Transportation Authority
City of Glen Cove
City of Long Beach
County Area Transit (CATS) of Ontario County
Creighton Manning Engineering
Empire Bus Sales, LLC
First Transit, Inc.
Fullington Trailways, LLC
General Contractors Association of NY, Inc.
Greater Glens Falls Transit
GTS, Inc. - I/O Controls
HSM Solutions
IBI Group
Johnston & Pulcher Inc.
Lift-U
Matthew Buses, Inc.
Middletown Transit Corporation
New Flyer of America Inc.
NextBus Inc.
Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority
Nova Bus
Oswego County Opportunities, Inc.
Parsons Brinckerhoff
Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority
Rosco, Inc.
St. Lawrence NYSARC
Seifert Transit Graphics
Suffolk Bus Corp.
The Nevison Group
USSC Group LLC
Veolia Transportation
Watertown CitiBus System
Wendel Companies

Public Transit Facts

Public transportation saves 37 million metric tons of carbon dioxide annually - equivalent to the emissions resulting from the electricity generated for the use of 4.9 million households or every household in Washington, DC; New York City; Atlanta; Denver; and Los Angeles combined.

APTA 2013

NYC Transit - with 468 subway stations - has only 60 fewer stations than the combined total of all other subway systems in the country.

MTA

One of the original names of the Brooklyn Dodgers was the Trolley Dodgers, because fans had to cross trolley tracks to get to the ball field. 

MTA

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