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The Federal Transit Administration invests in building the capacity and improving the quality of public transportation throughout the United States of America. Under FTA's leadership, public rail, bus, trolley, ferry, and other transit services have reached greater levels of safety, reliability, availability, and accessibility. Come hear the highlights of FTA's impacts and participate in an interactive question/answer session and discussion on career options in public transportation.

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Amy Changchien is the Director of Planning & Program Development of the Federal Transit Administration Region 10 Office in Seattle. Ms. Changchien has been a transportation professional for over 20 years, with experience spanning from highway to transit. In her career, she has worked on projects involving highway operations, Intelligent Transportation System, commuter rail, light rail, streetcar, ferries, and buses. Ms. Changchien holds a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering and a master's degree in Public Administration from University of Washington.


Transportation -- Planning, Transportation engineering, United States. Federal Transit Administration


Transportation | Urban Studies | Urban Studies and Planning

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Federal Transit Administration's Impact on Public Transportation in the United States



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