2019 CASTA/CDOT Fall Transit Conference and EXPO

Please join us September 24-27, 2019 at the Keystone Conference Center. The annual CASTA Fall Conference is a four-day conference that provides training on a variety of topics, including transit management, leadership development, driver safety, system safety, human services issues, mobility, and FTA and CDOT policy issues.

Current CDOT Grantee Agencies will receive two registrations paid for by CDOT. Any registrations beyond the first two will be charged as normal.

If you have any questions please reach out to Ivy Compton.

Important Deadlines:

Early Bird Registration Ends: August 23, 2019, at 5 PM

Registration Ends: September 17, 2019, at 5 PM

Hotel Reservations: September 3, 2019

Conference Rates:

  • CASTA Member Full Conference: $400
    • Early Bird: $375
  • CASTA Member Single Day: $300
    • Early Bird: $275
  • Non-CASTA Member Full Conference: $500
    • Early Bird: $475
  • Non-CASTA Member Single Day: $400
    • Early Bird: $375
  • Exhibitor Registration Full Conference: $400
    • Early Bird: $375
  • Exhibitor Registration Expo Day Only: $300
    • Early Bird: $275
  • Speaker Full Conference: $400
    • Early Bird: $37
  • CCTS – RTAP Eligible : $50
  • CCTS – Non RTAP Eligible: $150
  • Guests: $150
Special Rate: For those interested in inviting their Elected Officials to join us on Tuesday, September 24th for the following sessions & welcome reception there is a special rate of $50.00 for those interested in attending just Tuesday afternoon. If you would like to sign up for just Tuesday afternoon please email Ivy Compton at ivyc@coloradotransit.com or give her a call at 303.839.5197.
  • RFTA’s Destination 2040, Successful Planning, Engagement, & Election for Transit Funding
    • “After working for two years towards a successful 2019 mill levy and bond effort we get to hear the whole story! Join Dan and Bill to learn
      about the public relations and political work they put in throughout the process, ask questions and be ready for discussion around how an effort like this may look in your community or region. You are welcome to invite elected regional and local officials to this session.”
  • Multimodal Best Practices & Case Studies
    • “Join us for a lively session that will highlight the findings of a recent research study commissioned by the Colorado Association of Ski Towns (CAST) that looked at resort town multimodal transportation solutions being deployed locally, nationally, and internationally. An overview of the research study and findings will be presented followed by presentations from study participants who will share insights into their successful multimodal transportation solutions that were highlighted in the study. After the presentations, participants will break into small groups to discuss a specific topic and have an opportunity to ask questions and to brainstorm a challenge and potential solutions with panel representatives. Multimodal best practices to be discussed in the session include transportation’s role in effectively providing affordable housing, transit apps and data collection, parking management, shared streets, and new technologies.”
  • Welcome Reception

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