INDUSTRY INVOLVEMENT

APTA

American Public Transportation Association
Kimley-Horn is a proud supporter of APTA and its purpose to “lead public transportation in a new mobility era, advocating to connect and build thriving communities.” Kimley-Horn has been actively involved with APTA since 2005. Over the past decade, our team has participated in conferences, workshops, and committees. Kimley-Horn has engaged with APTA’s programs including supporting APTA transit advocacy efforts and has had multiple program participants in both the Leadership APTA and Emerging Leaders Program. We are proud sponsors of conference activities and have employees who are active participants in the alumni association, and numerous APTA standing committees and subcommittees.

Kimley-Horn Leadership APTA Graduates

Participating in this intensive, professional development program prepares our public transportation professionals to become senior and executive leaders in the field. From learning alongside top industry leaders to becoming the next generation of thought-leaders themselves, Kimley-Horn is proud to have graduates who are ready to creatively problem-solve for the future and improve public transportation.

Emerging Leaders Program

In the early years of their career in transportation, participants of this 12-month long program graduate with a greater depth of knowledge and expanded view of the industry, build a strong network of transit professionals, and become the next generation of industry leaders.

KIMLEY-HORN SPEAKERS, PRESENTERS, AND FACILITATORS

Pam Keidel-Adams

SPEAKER

GA Activity: The Opposing Forces of the Economy and Pandemic

March 1, 2021 | 3:45 – 4:45 PM ET

The Opposing Forces of the Economy and Pandemic General Aviation (GA) activity since the start of the pandemic has not followed the same path as commercial aviation, with many pockets of GA showing stability and even growing over the last year. While GA experienced big declines in April and May 2020, overall GA activity rebounded quickly in many markets, although it’s not consistent throughout the U.S. nor across all GA segments. The economic drivers, what fixed-base operators (FBOs) are seeing, and the front-line experience of airport professionals will be discussed during this session, along with their potential impact on future GA activity in a post-pandemic environment.

PAST EVENTS

Kimley-Horn Speakers

Ashley Lickliter, P.E.
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Adrienne Ameel, P.E.
Presenter: 16th Street NW Bus Lanes Project
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Michelle Mecca, P.E.
Presenter: Jacksonville’s First coast Flyer Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Technology Delivery
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Kimley-Horn Speakers

Paul Elman
Presenter: Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project – Managing Risks and Lessons Learning from the FTA Before and After Study
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