Seattle and Tacoma Mayors to Keynote 2017 TIC Conference
Ed Murray, Mayor of Seattle, and Marilyn Strickland, Mayor of Tacoma, will address the importance of a regional approach to public transportation investment at the 2017 Transit Initiatives and Communities Conference taking place May 21-23 in Seattle, WA. Learn more and register now for #TIC17!
Register Now for the 2017 TIC Conference!
The Transit Initiatives and Communities Conference is heading to the Pacific Northwest in May 2017! TIC is the only national conference exclusively devoted to understanding transportation ballot measures and providing concrete advice on how to win. Join advocates, transit professionals, and campaign leaders in a dynamic setting to learn about strategies that succeed at the ballot box.
2016 Election Results Here
Of the 49 transit ballot measure that went to voters on Nov. 8, 33 were successful and two remain to be called. Check out specific win/loss percentages for all of the races we were monitoring throughout Election Night here!
Interested in learning more about some of the most noteworthy transit campaigns? Check out our campaign profiles, which highlight history, ballot information, and campaign strategies for transit initiatives across the country!
Welcome to the Center for Transportation Excellence!
CFTE is a non-partisan policy research center created to serve the needs of communities and transportation organizations nationwide. The purpose of the center is to provide support through technical assistance, research materials, strategies, and analysis on the benefits of public transportation.
Seattle Leads America in Transit Growth: Despite Record Surge in Jobs, Investment Keeps Seattle Moving
Jonathan Hopkins, Executive Director of Commute Seattle, describes how innovative investments in Seattle transit have allowed the region to keep pace with astonishing growth.VIEW THIS STORY ›