Transit Initiatives and Communities Conferences
2017 Transit Initiatives and Communities Conference
May 21-23, 2017 | Seattle, WA
The Transit Initiatives and Communities Conference is the only national conference exclusively devoted to understanding transportation ballot measures and providing concrete advice on how to win. Join us in Seattle to learn what makes a successful campaign. Come hear first-hand stories and strategies from campaigns across the coutnry.
In 2017, the conference heads to Seattle, Washington, a city that enjoys a strong history of local investment in public transportation. This November, Seattle voters will consider another sweeping proposal that will allow the local transit agency, Sound Transit, to continue to expand and enhance their network.
For over a decade, transit has enjoyed an average success rate of 71 percent at the ballot box. Join advocates, transit professionals, and campaign leaders to advance local initiatives and learn how to win.
Early Bird Registration (through April 28th, 2017): $395
Regular Registration (after April 28th, 2017): $450
Registration includes all workshops, the mobile tour, and receptions. However, you MUST still register for workshops and the mobile tour to get a ticket if you are planning to participate in these specific events. If you have questions, please contact Kirsten Holland at email@example.com.
We also offer discounted rates for groups, non-profits, and students. Please email Kirsten Holland at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register as a group, non-profit, or student.
Get your room now!
To reserve a room at the Renaissance Seattle at the discounted rate of $219.00 per night, you can call the reservations department at 1.800.546.9184 and tell them that you are with the Center for Transportation Excellence, or you can click here to reserve online through the event website. The hotel discount ends April 28, 2017.
Call for Proposals!
CFTE is accepting session proposals for the 2017 Transit Initiatives and Communities Conference through February 10th, 2017.
Learn more about transit in Seattle and Washington State!
Check out this map to learn more about the history of ballot measures in Washington state. You can also read about the upcoming ST3 measure in Seattle in our campaign profile!
Map Key: Yellow: Sales Tax Measures
Green: Property Tax Measures
Blue: Other Types of Measures
Click here to download the 2017 TIC sponsorship form.
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