The Community Transportation Association of America's Peer-to-Peer Network is a nationwide network of mobility experts who respond to the needs of communities seeking to strengthen transportation options. The network is tested - helping communities find solutions for over a decade.
Whether you are a transit professional interested in information about transit operations, a human services agency searching for an employment transportation speaker for a welfare-to-work conference, a senior center or other community-based organization looking to start a transportation service where none currently exists, or smeone with other transportation issues you are working to resolve in your community, we'll help you get in touch with the right match.
Depending upon your needs, peers can provide assistance over the telephone or via e-mail, on-site (your site or theirs), or can travel to share their experiences at your meetings or conferences.
And the cost? Because this network is supported by federal dollars, this assistance is free to you...although we may ask for cost-sharing help when our peers have to travel.
Become A Peer
Would you like to join the peer network as an expert? Peers are selected through a review process based upon the needs for certain specialties as well as upon applicant qualifications.
Other Peer-To-Peer Technical Assistance Networks
- U.S. Department of Transportation Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Peer-to-Peer Network. Any public agency or group that is involved in planning, evaluating, making decisions, or operating an ITS system or its components can access the DOT Peer-to-Peer Program. The program is designed to provide short-term assistance to address specific, technical issues.
For more information, contact Amy Conrick.