APTA

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APTAAmerican Public Transportation Association (formerly the American Public Transit Association)
APTAAmerican Physical Therapy Association
APTAAsia Pacific Trade Agreement (formerly Bangkok Agreement)
APTAAmerican Public Transit Association (now the American Public Transportation Association)
APTAAgência Paulista de Tecnologia dos Agronegócios
APTAAsia Pacific Tourism Association
APTAAmerican Polarity Therapy Association
APTAAtlantic Provinces Trucking Association
APTAAssociation for the Promotion of Tourism to Africa
APTAAssociation for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities
APTAAmerican Platform Tennis Association
APTAAssociation de Prévention des Traumatismes Auditifs
APTAAlabama Physical Therapy Association
APTAAjax Pickering Transit Authority
APTAAlberta Play Therapy Association
APTAAssociação para Prevenção e Tratamento da Aids e Saúde Preventiva
APTAAutomated Patrol Telescopes Australia
APTAAssociation of Private Tourism Agencies
APTAAll Purpose Training Aid
APTA(3-acrylamidopropyl)trimethylammonium
APTAAdvanced Paperless Technology Associates
APTAAptitude Area
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Varner serves on the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) board of directors as well as the National Transit Institute Advisory Board.
Affelt mentions the American Public Transportation Association, Federal Highway Administration, and Transportation Research Board, respectively, in this theoretical example.
His professional affiliations include the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials and the American Public Transportation Association.
Under his watch, LTD was selected as the 2014 medium-sized transit system of the year by the American Public Transportation Association.
The 1,500 organisations affiliated to AFTA - the American Public Transportation Association - provide services used by more than 90% of public transportation users in the United States and Canada.
According to the American Public Transportation Association, public transit is becoming so popular that between 1995 and 2011 it experienced a greater growth rate in use than the nation's highways.
Taking transit instead of driving a car can save a person more than $10,000 a year in gas, insurance, maintenance and other costs, according to the American Public Transportation Association.
2 billion gallons of gas annually-about 900,000 auto fill-ups a day, according to the American Public Transportation Association.
might offer details of a six-year surface transportation bill this week, according to the American Public Transportation Association.
5 per cent between 2008 and 2010, according to American Public Transportation Association
The National League of Cities, in conjunction with the National Association of Counties, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, National Association of Regional Councils and the American Public Transportation Association is sponsoring the 2011 Rail Conference--Moving Freight and Passengers in the 21st Century in April.
and worldwide rail car market data for commuter, heavy, and light rail systems and interviewed Department of Transportation (DOT) officials and domestic and international industry stakeholders, including the American Public Transportation Association (APTA).
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