World's Largest Public Transport Expo Coming to Houston

October 13th - 15th, 2014 • Houston, TX

Past Event:

More than 15,000 leaders and innovators in the public transportation industry are coming to the American Public Transportation Association's (APTA) annual meeting and triennial expo at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas Oct. 13-15.

Highlights of the expo include:

*Over 750 global exhibitors providing the scoop on new products and services that will revolutionize public transportation. These include solutions for enhanced passenger experiences and more efficient and more ecologically-friendly operations.

*Over 80 educational sessions in which industry leaders will share their perspectives on the future of public transit and issues like economy, aging infrastructure, funding challenges and security threats as well as cost-effective and ecologically-friendly mobility.

Highlights of the APTA meeting include educational sessions, technical tours and valuable learning experiences for attendees including public transit personnel, policy makers, board members, government agencies, manufacturers and suppliers. For more information on these sessions, click here.

Registered journalists will have free access to the meeting and expo, including all educational sessions. There will be an on-site media room where they can write stories, access the Internet and enjoy complimentary beverages. Journalists can register here.

Those who have questions can contact Nicole Burdiss at or at 248-213-7337.

Location Details

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George R. Brown Convention Center
1001 Avenida de las Americas
Houston, Texas 77010
United States

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