Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS)
Founded in 1977, WTS is an international organization dedicated to the professional advancement of women in transportation. Boasting roughly 4,100 members - both men and women - WTS is helping women find opportunity and recognition in the transportation industry. Through its professional activities, networking opportunities, and unparalleled access to industry and government leaders, WTS is turning the glass ceiling into a career portal.
South Metro Area Regional Transit (SMART)
South Metro Area Regional Transit (SMART) is a convenient and easy way to travel within Wilsonville and outlying areas such as Canby, Salem and the south end of Portland. People of all ages are making the SMART choice for commuting to their destination, daily trips to the grocery store, appointments and recreational activities. SMART also plays a vital role in providing transporation for those who do not drive, either by choice or necessity.
Sound Transit was created by the state legislature to build a mass transit system that connects major regional job and housing centers in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties. Voters in 1996 approved a plan that provides the foundation of that system - regional express buses, commuter rail and light rail.
Pierce County Transit
In 1979, the Pierce County Public Transportation Benefit Area Corporation was created pursuant to chapter 36.57A of the Revised Code of Washington. This resulted in a ballot measure proposing a 0.3 percent sales tax to fund public transportation. Voters approved the measure, and the municipal corporation known as "Pierce County Transit" was formed.
Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)
The Oregon Department of Transportation was established in 1969 to provide a safe, efficient transportation system that supports economic opportunity and livable communities for Oregonians. ODOT develops programs related to Oregon's system of highways, roads, and bridges; railways; public transportation services; transportation safety programs; driver and vehicle licensing; and motor carrier regulation.
Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs (OAME)
Formed in 1987, the Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs (OAME) is a premier organization of excellence in the United States and a winner of the Vision Award for Excellence given by the Small Business Administration. OAME is a non-profit, tax exempt organization with a mission to promote and develop entrepreneurship and economic development for ethnic minorities in the State of Oregon & SW
National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC)
NAMC - Oregon
The National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) is a nonprofit trade association that was established in 1969 to address the needs and concerns of minority contractors. While membership is open to people of all races ethnic backgrounds, the organization's mandates, "Building Bridges - Crossing Barriers," focuses on construction industry concerns common to African Americans, Asian Americans, and Native Americans.
Since 1981, C-TRAN has provided the citizens of Clark County with safe, reliable and convenient public transportation. With 19 local routes in Clark County, 7 Express commuter routes to Downtown Portland, 7 Limited routes with service to MAX light rail and our reservation based Connector service in Camas, Ridgefield and La Center, C-TRAN can get you there. Type your paragraph here.