FTA Report, Advancing Frontline Workforce Development Meeting: Synthesis, Now Available Online

Posted March 2020

This report, authored by the Transportation Learning Center in collaboration with the National Transit Institute, synthesizes findings from a two-day gathering of more than two dozen transit industry labor and management representatives who engaged in in-depth discussions on frontline workforce training needs across the U.S. The purpose of the meeting was to identify immediate, short-term, and long-term training needs for the frontline public transportation workforce in the U.S. and ways to connect apprenticeship and formal training programs to support these needs. Although there have been many initiatives that have advanced frontline workforce training, there continue to be unmet needs, changing demands, and obstacles in this area.

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