It’s that time of year again: TransitSlam season.
Can you give a presentation about transit and make it fast, funny, and informative? Perfect. This is the event for you. Reminder: MUST BE FUNNY.
Join TransitCenter and Christof Spieler to hear his opinions first hand.
Join TransitCenter to learn about the benefits of fare capping firsthand from Transport for London, one of the first transit agencies in the world to implement the policy, and New York City transit advocates on why our riders need fare capping now.
Join TransitCenter to hear from board members with advocacy careers and who represent transit-riding communities. Hear how this perspective shapes their leadership and strategies, and the importance for diversity among transit agency board members.
Is it time to say that the half-century experiment of state-controlled authority over NYC transit has proven to be unaccountable and insufficient, and that New York should join London, Paris, San Francisco, and Los Angeles in making its local transit accountable to locally-elected leaders?
Join TransitCenter for a far-reaching discussion of MTA governance.
How can we make bus service better while ensuring that transit remains welcoming for all?
Join TransitCenter to hear how transit agencies and community advocates have worked to do both. The panel will discuss the problem of targeted fare evasion arrests in New York City, and discuss MTA’s plan to implement all-door boarding.
Do you have a phone? Do you experience overcrowded and unreliable transit? This is the event for you!
After six months in the most difficult job in New Jersey, Kevin Corbett, NJ Transit Executive Director will join TranistCenter and Tri-State Transportation Campaign for a conversation on NJT’s progress and challenges.
Join TransitCenter and our panel with New York City Transit’s president, leading elected officials, and accessibility advocates to explore how New York found itself with the least accessible subway system in the country, and how we can correct this long-standing injustice.
Join TransitCenter to learn more about the living wage proposal for NYC’s app-based drivers, and discuss its implications for drivers and transit in New York City.