A New Era for Transit in Texas

APA Texas Chapter


Friday, November 4, 2016
8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. CDT

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In recent years, Texas has seen a number oflarge strategic transit improvements and proposals putforth, most notably the Texas high speed rail projectdone by Texas Commuter Rail (TCR) and the Capital Metro Central Corridor Study. Texas is becoming a proving ground for new transit ideas both in Texas and around the country. Learn the finer details about these projects and how they will affect the future of Texas transportation. 


Andrew Ittigson

Invited Speaker

Mr. Ittigson has over 13 years of experience in transit planning. He specializes in service and operations planning for bus and rail. He started his career as a service planner for Houston METRO and has since worked as a consultant in San Francisco and Dallas on projects ranging for small ... Read More

Michelle Meaux

Invited Speaker

Michelle Meaux is the Regional Coordination Planner at Capital Metro, the public transportation provider in Austin, Texas. Ms. Meaux is responsible for the implementation of Capital Metro’s Service Expansion Policy and coordination of Transit Development Plans with cities outside the Capital Metro service area. In addition to regional planning ... Read More

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Michael McAnelly, administrator@apatexas.org