Complete Coach Works
During its more than 30 years in business, Complete Coach Works (CCW) has become known as a full-service provider of transit repair solutions.
Airport Ground Transportation Association
AGTA is an association of ground transportation operators, airport authorities, and industry suppliers dedicated to the continuous improvement of airport ground transportation services for the airline traveling public.
American Bus Association
The American Bus Association serves a thriving industry that provides more than 600 million passenger trips annually on charters, tours, scheduled service and shuttles.
American Public Transportation Association
The American Public Transportation Association (APTA), formerly known as the American Public Transit Association, is a nonprofit organization which serves as an advocate for the advancement of public transportation programs and initiatives in the United States.
American Association of Airport Executives
Founded in 1928, AAAE is the world’s largest professional organization for airport executives, representing thousands of airport management personnel at public-use commercial and general aviation airports. AAAE’s members represent nearly 875 airports and authorities, in addition to hundreds of companies and organizations that support airports.
Arkansas Transit Association
The Arkansas Transit Association (ATA) was incorporated in 1980 as a 501(3) (c) non-profit trade association to provide technical assistance and training for Arkansas’s public transit systems.
California Bus Association
Since, 1969, the California Bus Association has given Motorcoach companies a venue to pursue excellence in the industry. Our dedicated members work together to provide information that assists all operators, large and small, in their daily business success.
California Association for Coordinated Transportation
CALACT is the largest state transit association in the United States, with over 300 members dedicated to promoting professional excellence, stimulating ideas and advocating for effective community transportation.
California Transit Association
Public transit improves communities, stimulates economies and helps protect our environment. It benefits even those who never use it. We believe that public transit is beyond discretionary, that it is essential. We are champions for public transit, and we contend that with better public transit comes better quality of life for riders, non-riders, community stakeholders, businesses and the public at-large.
CALSTART is a member-supported organization of more than 175 firms, fleets and agencies worldwide dedicated to supporting a growing high-tech, clean transportation industry that cleans the air, creates jobs, cuts imported oil and reduces global warming emissions.
Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA)
Public transit underpins the framework for livable, efficient and healthy communities. CUTA’s success is measured by the success of our members, the value they gain from membership and the strength of our collective influence on advancing public transit and integrated urban mobility in Canada.
Florida Public Transportation Association
The Florida Public Transportation Association (FPTA) is one of the most active state transit associations in the nation. FPTA is a nonprofit association whose members include every major public transit agency in Florida as well as interested citizens and businesses.
Georgia Transit Association
The Georgia Transit Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving public transportation in the state of Georgia.
Indiana Transportation Association
Since 1935, ITA has represented public transportation, intercity, and private charter bus operators in Indiana, in addition to a commuter railroad and other transportation-related agencies (including manufacturers, insurance companies, consultants, and government and planning agencies).
Kansas Public Transit Association
The Kansas Public Transit Association was founded in 1981 by individual persons and Kansas transit systems interested in promoting public transportation in Kansas.
Michigan Public Transit Association
The Michigan Public Transit Association is a non-profit statewide association incorporated in 1977 under Section 501(c)6 of the Internal Revenue Code. First organized in 1974, our membership ranges from the largest urban public transit system providers in Michigan to a majority of the smaller rural demand-response systems. Geographically our membership is distributed throughout the state, from southeast Michigan to the western-most point of our Upper Peninsula.
Midwest Bus and Motorcoach Association
The objectives of the association shall be to consider issues common to the bus and motorcoach industry and to advise its members concerning laws and regulations of federal, state and local governmental bodies: to disseminate information and to encourage equality and uniformity relative to legislative and regulatory action; to promote better understanding among owners and operators of bus companies through conferences, educational programs and social activities; and to bring about a greater awareness of bus operations on the part of the general public.
Missouri Public Transit Association
Missouri Public Transit Association (MPTA) was established in 1980 as a Missouri non-profit corporation. It was formed to provide a unified voice for public and specialized transportation providers in Missouri and to work toward elevating the status of public transit as a national priority.
Ohio Public Transit Association
OPTA is the primary advocate for public transportation in Ohio. Now nearly 400 members strong, the Association provides leadership, resources, training, support, technical assistance, media outreach, public engagement, and governmental relations services to public and private transit agencies across the state.
Oklahoma Transit Association
Founded in 1983, the Oklahoma Transit Association (OTA) is the state’s voice for public transit. OTA’s membership is comprised of the 34 urban, small urban, suburban, rural and tribal transit agencies in the state who share the common priority of providing and improving mobility and access for all Oklahomans. Industry-related vendors who share that vision also belong to OTA through its Associate Member Program.
Oregon Transit Association
In 1978, Oregon’s three major public transit districts established the Oregon Transit Association as a nonprofit association to represent them at our State Capitol. Today, the OTA claims many members throughout the state. OTA members support activities of this professional organization through the payment of annual dues. Dues vary according to membership category:
South West Transit Association
SWTA is a regional transit association serving eight states – Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas.
Tennessee Public Transportation Association
Texas Transit Association
The mission of the Texas Transit Association is to support the needs of Texas public transportation systems through statewide advocacy and education.
Trailways Transportation Systems, Inc.
Network of 65+ Independently Owned Trailways Charter Bus Companies
Transportation Association of Maryland
The Transportation Association of Maryland (TAM) is a statewide organization that is dedicated to improving mobility for all of Maryland’s citizens. TAM is a viable and effective advocate for its members and provides professional development, training, and forums for the pursuit of excellence in public transportation by public, private, and specialized transportation providers.
United Motor coach Association
The United Motorcoach Association (“UMA”) is North America’s largest association of professional bus and motorcoach companies. Founded in 1971 as the United Bus Owners of America, UMA’s membership now includes more than 700 motorcoach companies.
Washington State Transit Association
The Washington State Transit Association (WSTA) is a nonprofit corporation, representing 30 public transit systems in the state and the Washington State Department of Transportation’s (WSDOT’s) Public Transportation Division. Our associate members include state and local agencies and organizations, vendors, and consultants–those companies which provide services and products to the transit industry–as well as interested individuals.
AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT Magazine is the only brand focused exclusively on airport construction; all the players; all the time. You sell when airports are buying. Airports are buying when they’re building stuff, and they’re building more stuff now than ever before, and that’s the environment that is captured by Airport Improvement magazine.
Airport Business / Aviation Pros
AviationPros combines the editorial and distribution strengths of Airport Business, Aircraft Maintenance Technology and Ground Support Worldwide magazines to create a powerful business-to-business push/pull marketing strategy for you.
Busline Magazine is edited for tour, transit and specialty vehicle industry companies and operators. Busline readership: owners and presidents, buyers and purchasing agents, maintenance and management personnel.
For more than a half-century, BUSRide has been the industry’s most reliable source for news; trends; vehicle and product field tests; new product and service information; exclusive research and analysis; and editorial content by trusted industry thought leaders throughout the world.
Bus Conversion Magazine
Bus Conversion Magazine continues to be the go-to resource for RV bus conversion enthusiasts. Each monthly issue contains detailed “how-to” articles on a wide range of bus conversion and updating projects.
Bus & Motorcoach News
Bus & Motorcoach NEWS supplies the industry with meaningful information that’s fresh and useful. Essential and compelling news, information and analysis are the meat and potatoes of Bus & Motorcoach NEWS.
Since 1982, FRONT-LINE has brought you the latest in Buses For Sale: motor coaches, mini buses, school buses, services & parts. Offerings are shown on our pages from dealers, operating firms and individuals nationwide. We make a big effort to reach all charter and motor coach operators in all 50 states.
National Bus Trader
National Bus Trader is the only bus industry magazine that can claim to have maintained a monthly publishing frequency for the past 41 years.
Mass Transit is the only magazine exclusively dedicated to public transportation. It focuses on the people to showcase their best practices and give their firsthand accounts that our readers demand. These are the decision makers who run the systems and purchase the products.
METRO Magazine’s coverage includes both public transit systems and private bus operators, addressing topics such as funding mechanisms, procurement, rolling stock maintenance, privatization, risk management and sustainability.
Passenger Transport carries more in-depth articles and analysis than ever before, along with timely updates to help you do your job better. With its several themed issues (such as Technology; Legislative, Bus, and Rail conferences; and Safety and Security), this publication also provides opportunities for you to submit stories on what your agency or business is doing, providing “lessons learned,” case studies, best practices, and industry innovation.