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General Sessions

EXPO 2014 General Sessions: Delivering the Information You Need

Open to all attendees

The scale of the challenges faced by Community and Public Transportation providers combined with the accelerating speed of innovation in transit technology and service design demands a new approach to leadership. To succeed in this new era, we must rethink old habits and challenge the conventional wisdom and industry models that have defined our world. This year's EXPO general sessions are designed to deliver the vital information you need to succeed.

Tuesday, June 10, Noon: CTAA EXPO's Opening Luncheon

Federal Transit Administration Deputy Administrator Therese W. McMillanFederal Transit Administration Deputy Administrator Therese W. McMillan will keynote EXPO's opening luncheon. In this position she is currently providing the day to-day leadership for FTA. With the passage of a new surface transportation authorization, MAP-21, she has assumed a key role in guiding FTA's implementation of transit-related provisions in the law and overseeing the development of critical guidance. Deputy Administrator McMillan will update EXPO attendees on key initiatives of the FTA.

Wednesday, June 11, 10:45 a.m.: Looking into the Future - Jack Uldrich

Jack UldrichJack Uldrich is a renowned global futurist, independent scholar and best-selling author. His books include Into the Unknown: Leadership Lessons from Lewis & Clark's Daring Westward Expedition and Jump the Curve: 50 Essential Strategies to Help Your Company Stay Ahead of Emerging Technologies. Mr. Uldrich will explore future trends and emerging technologies in the community transportation field as well as innovation in change management and leadership. A book signing will follow at the EXPO Trade Fair.

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This session is sponsored by Trapeze Software Inc.

Thursday, June 12, 10:45 a.m.: Meet the Press

Scott Bogren, CTAA's director of communications, will convene a panel of experts to discuss important topics and trends in the community transportation field. Sure to be topping the list will be the current progress of reauthorization of the MAP-21 legislation. The current MAP-21 authorization expires on September 30, 2014 and without an infusion of new revenues, there could be a significant drop in resources to support transit funding.