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Membership in ACT provides you and your organization with resources and support to enhance your experience and effectiveness as a transportation demand management (TDM) professional. Membership helps employers maximize their ability to recruit and retain their workforce and assist employees with their commutes; assists cities and regions with enhancing their livability; and benefits all members from government bodies to non-profit organizations with access to best practices for implementing effective TDM and shared-use mobility policies and programs.
From networking and educational events through professional development and government relations, ACT members improve their ability to advance the effectiveness of our transportation systems, improve the quality of life of commuters, and strengthen the economic competitiveness of businesses.
All members of ACT automatically become members of a local chapter in their region. Through member newsletters, meetings, seminars, and workshops, chapters help keep members up-to-date on state and local issues affecting the industry. Chapters also provide their members with excellent networking opportunities, allowing them to share information and to make new contacts.
Open to employers, agencies, colleges/universities, transportation management associations, metropolitan planning organizations, industry service providers/vendors, and other enterprises. Dues: $575 (includes two representatives; 3rd & 4th reps are $275 each; 5th and more reps are $225 each).
Open only to self-employed individuals. (Dues: $375)
Open to any individual that is no longer employed or working within the TDM or related industry. (Dues: $40)
Open to all full-time students. Those applying for Student Membership may be asked to submit proof of full-time enrollment. (Dues: $40)