About the Book
Transit Leadership Summit brings together senior transportation executives from around the world to discuss common challenges and share solutions in an intimate, closed-door setting. With no more than 30 participants representing seven to 12 major cities at each summit, executives engage in a candid dialogue about promising strategies and technologies to improve the transportation experience, as well as seek the advice of their peers regarding obstacles they face.
This report documents the three-year effort including profiles of all 17 cities, summaries of the international summits and six white papers surveying issues critical to transit agencies and planners.
Regional Plan Association is America’s most distinguished independent urban research and advocacy organization. RPA improves the New York metropolitan region's economic health, environmental sustainability and quality of life through research, planning and advocacy. Since the 1920s, RPA has produced three landmark plans for the region and is working on a fourth plan that will tackle challenges related to sustained economic growth and opportunity, climate change, infrastructure and the fiscal health of our state and local governments.