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PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:01 PM Page 5Table of ContentsGannet Fleming Program Ad (SPONSOR)Title PageSyncretic Program AdTable of ContentsKrapf’s Coach Program AdConference MenuRouteMatch Program Ad (SPONSOR)Wednesday Program Schedule2009 Superstars of TransitWednesday Program Schedule (continued)2009 Professional Supervisor Program Graduates2009 Professional Supervisor Program GraduatesShepard Bros., Inc. Program Ad (SPONSOR)Thursday Program ScheduleThank You To Our SponsorsThursday Program Schedule (continued)Clear View Strategies Program Ad (SPONSOR)Thursday Program Schedule (continued)Friday Program ScheduleBOOST YOUR GREEN IQ — Great GREEN web sites to visitReinsel Kuntz Lesher, CPA Program AdPPTA Contact Info/2010 Conference Dates-NEW VENUE!Hershey Lodge MAPShepard Bros., Inc. Program Ad (SPONSOR)Penn Detroit Diesel-Allison Program Ad (SPONSOR)First Transit Program AdMotor Coach Industries Program AdAvail Technologies Program Ad (SPONSOR)Inside Front de Back CoverOutside Back Cover3

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PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:01 PM Page 7Conference MenuNon-fat and Alternative Meals for Special Diets AvailableRequest As Needed From ServerWednesday Coffee Break Sponsored By:USSC/4ONE LLCWednesday Membership Luncheon Sponsored By:Gannett Fleming / RouteMatch SoftwareMixed Garden Greens, Honey Balsamic-Roasted Pork Loin, Hershey SnowballWednesday Reception Sponsored By:American Seating / Avail Technologies, Inc.Wednesday Award Dinner Sponsored By:RouteMatch SoftwareField Greens, Seared Medallion of Beef & Herb Basted Jumbo ShrimpDessert Served in the Expo HallHugs & Kisses Cake, Coffee/Tea and Hershey Chocolate SensationThursday Continental Breakfast:Direct MediaThursday Luncheon Sponsored By:Gannett Fleming / ISE Corporation / Nevison Group, Inc.Caesar Salad, Toffee-Crusted Breast of Chicken, Peanut Butter PieThursday Ice Cream Social Sponsored By:Gillig Corporation / Penn Detroit Diesel-Allison, LLCThursday Big Night Out Sponsored By:Avail Technologies, Inc. / Michael Baker Jr., Inc. / Shepard Bros.Hospitality Suite Sponsored By:Altro Transflor / American Seating, Co. / Michael Baker Jr., Inc.Conference Gift Sponsored By:Ilderton Conversion CompanyFriday All American Buffet Breakfast Sponsored By:Clear View Strategies, LLCScrambled Eggs, Bacon & Sausage, Breakfast PotatoesFrench Toast with Maple Syrup, Assortment of Cold CerealsSeasonal Sliced Fruit, Assortment of Breakfast Pastries & Muffins5

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PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 9Wednesday, April 228:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.Conference Registration - Confection Hall Lobby8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.Magnolia CRural Management Assistance (RMA) Session9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.Magnolia AMagnolia BWild Rose AWild Rose BCommittee Meetings (Session I) – Open to All PPTA MembersCommunity Transportation – Cynthia Zerbe, ChairmanMarketing & Communications – Marc Roncone, ChairmanOperations – John Kanyan, ChairmanMembership Services – Teri Giurintano, ChairmanWednesdayProgramScheduleVALIDAll Day10:30 a.m.-10:45 a.m. Coffee Break - Confection Hall Lobby10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Committee Meetings (Session II) – Open to All PPTA MembersMagnolia AHuman Resources – John Palko, Acting ChairmanMagnolia BGovernment Affairs – David Kilmer, ChairmanWild Rose A Maintenance – Carl Souder, ChairmanWild Rose B Financial Officers – Coletta Corioso & Bonnie Stine, Co-ChairmanValid ForAll SessionsOfficialTicket11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. EXPO Set-Up (Buses 11:00; Booths 1:00)12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Luncheon & Annual Membership Business MeetingPUBLIC TRANSPORTATION:THE VEHICLE FOR SUSTAINABILITY SUSTAINABILITY, at its core, is a way to make our communities more livable by integrating and balancingeconomic, social and environmental needs. SUSTAINABILITY is about practices that make good business sense and good environmental sense. SUSTAINABILITY is balancing the economic, social and environmental needs of a community. SUSTAINABILITY is employing practices in design and capital construction using sustainable building materials,recycled materials, solar and other renewable energy sources to make public transportation facilities as 'green'as possible. SUSTAINABILITY is employing practices in operations and maintenance to reduce hazardous waste, to increasefuel efficiency, to create more efficient lighting and to use energy-efficient propulsion systems. SUSTAINABILITY is employing community-based strategies to encourage land use and transit-orienteddevelopment designed to increase public transit ridership.continued on page 9EARTH WEEK IS APRIL 21 - 257

PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 10PPTA Super Stars of TransitClass of 2009Gerald BlairTerry SmithIndiGOIndiana County Transit AuthorityCOLTCounty of Lebanon Transit AuthorityHelena BorischakErnest “Doc” StrangeCamTranCambria County Transit AuthoritySEPTAAmy DelozierrabbittransitYork County Transportation AuthorityChris LordSTSSchuylkill Transportation SystemMamie MannAMTRAN8Kimberly StogdillCATACentre Area Transportation AuthorityJohn WeeksPocono PonyMonroe County Transit AuthorityMichael J. ZamiskaPort Authority of Allegheny County

PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 11Wednesday, April 22 (continued)2:00 p.m.-4:15 p.m.Wild Rose AA Guide to Reasonable Suspicion TestingDr. Donna Smith, Regulatory Affairs & Program Development Officer, FirstLabThis session provides the required two hour training on controlled substance abuse andalcohol misuse.2:15 p.m.-3:45 p.m.Crystal AThree Concurrent Sessions1. Policy and Regulatory UpdateDepartment Representatives from PennDOT, FTA, Aging & DPWGain the most up-to-date information from agency staff.Wild Rose B2. Green Emission SolutionsChuck Barrett and Dean Bruno, Cummins Bridgeway, LLCWill you be ready when the North American automotive on-highway emission changesgo into effect on 1/1/10? This session will include information on Cummins SelectiveCatalytic Reduction technology, Urea Diesel Exhaust Fluid, and engine maintenance.Magnolia A3. What Makes Commuters Tick?George Ward, Chris Byerly, Amy Muntz & Monica Witter, Neiman GroupA recent study commissioned by PennDOT set out to learn how people view and use transit.This session will discuss how the state-wide research was undertaken, the informationthat was gained, and how to apply the findings to your system’s public relations andmarketing campaigns.4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.EXPO / Free Time4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.Magnolia CPPTA Board of Directors Meeting5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.Reception in the EXPO6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.Aztec RoomAnnual Award DinnerHonoring the Super Stars of Transit and our Professional Supervisor Program Graduates8:45 p.m.-9:45 p.m.Coffee and Dessert in the EXPO10:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m. Peer-to-Peer Networking (Parlor 2220 & 2222)PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: THE VEHICLE FOR SUSTAINABILITYTEN EASY GREEN THINGS YOU CAN DO1. Take public transportation instead of driving.2. Turn off lights and electronics when you’re not using them.3. Vacuum the refrigerator coils.4. Replace the filters in your cooling/heating system.5. Replace an incandescent light bulb with a compact fluorescent.6. Get rid of some of the chargers and LED-lighted appliances that suck energy 24/7.7. Raise the thermostat two degrees in warm weather; lower it by two degrees in cool weather.8. Carry a refillable bottle for water rather than a single-use bottle that you throw away.9. Use less paper: 39 of every 100 lbs. of trash is paper.10. Use a cloth bag for groceries rather than paper or plastic.9

PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 12Professional Supervisor Program GraduatesClass of 200910Vanessa BattleDan HoganTriangle Transit, NCFocus on Renewal, PAKathleen BrookerDennis HowardOntario Transit Line, NYTriangle Transit, NCJudy BrownStephen HuyckWarren County Transit, PARiver Valley Transit, PAPaul BurnsFrank LangMountain Line Transit, WVAMTRAN, PAFaith ColdenErik LarsonCapital Area Transit, PAJaunt, Inc., VAMarsha CrumTom MaherTransIT Services of Frederick County, MDCamTran, PABrian DeanRay McDonaldCapital Area Transit, PAFACT, PALenea EnglandDawn MissoryBay Aging/Bay Transit, VAChesterfield County/MHSS, VAPatrick HenchTimothy MudrinichRed Rose Transit, PAPort Authority of Allegheny County, PADorothy Sterling HillLinda MuzikarCounty of Lackawanna Transit, PALANTA, PA

PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 13Professional Supervisor Program GraduatesClass of 2009Michael NashtockGeorge ThidemannShenango Valley Shuttle, PALANTA, PAKristine PeckSandy ThorpeFACT, PAWayne County Office of Human Services, PACarl ReddingerWilliam TimmonsCounty of Lebanon Transit, PAWarren County Transit, PASteve ScottAlphonso TurnerQueen Anne’s Co. Dept Aging, MDCapital Area Transit, PAJohn TassoneShawn UpdegroveSchuylkill Transportation System, PACapital Area Transit, PAAnne TaylorAngela WealandKrapf’s Coaches, Inc., PACounty of Lebanon Transit, PASandy TenbusCynthia WeaverWayne County Office of Human Services, PACounty of Lebanon Transit, PASherry Welshrabbittransit, PA11

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PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 15Thursday, April 237:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.Conference Registration – Confection Hall Lobby7:15 a.m.-8:15 a.m.Continental Breakfast in the EXPO7:15 a.m.-4:00 p.m.EXPO Open8:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Welcome & Opening RemarksAztec Room Richard H. Farr, PPTA ChairmanKeynote Address:PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: THE VEHICLE FORSUSTAINABILITYToby Fauver, Deputy Secretary for Local & Area All DayValid ForAll SessionsOfficialTicketFUNNY GREEN BUSINESSBob Hirschfeld, Business & Workplace SatiristSome people merely try to be green. So does “Ecosatirist”Bob Hirschfeld, which is why he takes a humorous look ateco-challenges such as reducing your “carbon footprint” whileexploring green opportunities like public transportation. His presentation also includes atongue-in-cheek history of green business, a parody of green terms and concepts and acomparison between the wasteful and the green office. Sit back, relax and enjoy Bob’s unique“organic” approach to Public Transportation – The Vehicle for SustainabilityAs a “Cybersatirist” Bob Hirschfeld has lampooned business and technology for over tenyears. Now he adds the title “Ecosatirist” to focus on the challenges and opportunities ofgoing green. It’s a fun, funny, and motivational way to tackle green topics with satire that isclean, efficient, and sustainable. A veteran of numerous conferences, Bob has shared hisinsights with Forbes, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, IBM, Honda, Cox Communications,the National Association of Homebuilders and hundreds of others.Bob Hirschfeld initially made his mark with a popular humor website awarded a prestigious Top 100 by PC Magazine. He followed this with his own brand of “stand-up with a laptop” satire for conferences that includes parodies, visual punch lines and audience participation. His humor has appeared in Newsweek,The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and USA Today. For several years, he was a contributing writer to JayLeno for The Tonight Show. Jay Leno calls him “one of the top satirists in the country.”continued on page 1513

PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 16PPTA APPRECIATES OUR SPONSORSAltro TransflorHospitality SuiteAmerican SeatingWednesday Reception and Hospitality SuiteAvail Technologies, Inc.Wednesday Reception and Big Night OutMichael Baker Jr., Inc.Hospitality Suite and Big Night OutClear View Strategies, LLCFriday BreakfastDirect MediaThursday BreakfastGannett FlemingWednesday Membership Luncheon & Thursday LuncheonGillig CorporationIce Cream SocialIlderton Conversion CompanyConference Beverage TumblerISE CorporationThursday LunchNevison Group, Inc.Thursday LunchPenn Detroit Diesel-Allison, LLCIce Cream SocialRouteMatch SoftwareMembership Luncheon and Award DinnerShepard Bros.Big Night OutUSSC/4ONE LLCWednesday Coffee Break14

PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 17Thursday, April 23 (continued)12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. LuncheonRed Room1:45 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Four Concurrent Workshops (Session One):Magnolia A1. Sustainably Green Transit SystemsEd Roethlein, CDM & Richard H. Farr, rabbittransitNot only are green practices better for the environment, they’re better for operations, oftenleading to improvements in efficiency, supply costs and reduced waste. This session willprovide realistic ideas to develop a sustainability plan for your system and methods toincorporate energy efficient design elements to create a LEED certified facility.Magnolia B2. Media Relations – You Said What?Margaret J. Parone, Clear View Strategies LLCThis interactive session will offer strategies in crisis communication and tips on effectivemedia relations to enhance local perceptions of public transportation.Magnolia C3. Implementing Targeted Training to Reduce LiabilityCarmen Daecher & Matt Daecher, Daecher Consulting Group & Jill Nagy, Esq., Reading, PALearn how targeted training, observation, and communication can be combined to reduceaccidents with individuals and groups of drivers and how it can also influence potentialliability when accidents occur.Magnolia D4. Mobility ManagementReginald Knowlton, United We Ride AmbassadorLynnda Bassham, Lower Savannah Council of Governments, Aiken, SCA strategic approach to managing a coordinated community-wide transportation network,mobility management can improve mobility options for the customer, reduce operatingexpenses for transit systems, and improve customer service and access.3:15 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Ice Cream Social and Door Prize Drawings in the EXPONetwork with your peers as you enjoy your ice cream treat!Win a prize from our vendor raffle drawings!4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. EXPO Closes/Teardowncontinued on page 1715

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PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 19Thursday, April 23 (continued)4:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Three Concurrent Workshops (Session Two):Magnolia A1. Sustainable and Smart Transportation and TODBlake Drury, Glatting Jackson Kercher Anglin, Inc.; Jennifer Barr, PhiladelphiaCity Planning Commission; Mark Schneider, Fourth River Development LLC SmartTransportation fundamentally implies linking transportation investments with land useplanning and decision-making. Representatives from local government, the developmentcommunity and the planning profession discuss how transit-oriented development canexemplify this smart transportation principle and what the ingredients are to successfulTODs. Learn how to be “sustainably smart.”Magnolia B2. Fare Collection TechnologiesJohn McGee, SEPTA and Julie Green, LTK Engineering ServicesRick Snyder, Port Authority of Allegheny CountySEPTA will explain its planned roll-out of its new payment system and how otherproviders can leverage the program to achieve a consumer friendly, flexible, open paymentversion of EZpay – the next generation fare payment platform.Magnolia C3. Human Service Coordination StudyGannett Fleming and Dering ConsultingAn in-depth discussion of how the joint study by PennDOT, DPW and Aging wasdeveloped, what outcomes were achieved, and what steps are planned for the future.6:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m.(Buses Depart at 6:15 p.m.)10:45 p.m.-12:00 a.m.Big Night Out - Catacombs Feast at Bubes BrewerySeveral stories below street surface in the aging cellars of Bube’s Brewery, a magicalMedieval Feast awaits. Join us for an evening underground as we are led by our costumedguide 43 feet into the stone-lined vaults of the Catacombs. We will enjoy a unique diningexperience, inspired by medieval cooking, and be entertained by lively festivities withminstrels, wenches, beggars and other entertainers.Peer-to-Peer Networking (Parlor 2220 & 2222)17

PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 20Friday, April 24 GENERAL SESSIONS – 8:30 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.7:30 a.m.-8:30 a.m.Trinidad RoomBreakfast Buffet8:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m. Two Concurrent WorkshopsCocoa 41. How Do You Measure Up?PennDOT StaffPerformance measurement is an integral part of the regulatoryinitiatives stemming from Act 44. Learn about the developmentprocess to date and how your performance will be measured.Cocoa 52. Did you E-Grant Today?PennDOT StaffIt’s been one year since the new e-grant system was implemented,and there are many successes to be celebrated and a fewchallenges to overcome. Learn how continuous qualityimprovement measures are being implemented and offersuggestions to support the future growth and development ofthe process.ARE YOU GOING GREEN?!!18FridayProgramScheduleVALIDAll DayValid ForAll SessionsOfficialTicket

PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 21Boost YourGREENIQ– Check Out TheseGreen Sites!Gogreenonline.com – A portal of green resources, this site provides checklists and baby steps for developing greener habitsevery day.Sustainlane.com – Filled with news, reviews and how-tos.Also find out which is the greenest city in the US.Epa.gov/watersense – Learn how to cut back on excess water waste and calculate your water savings.Thefabricofourlives.com/cotton-green-quiz – Test your eco-knowledge with this quiz that debunks myths aboutsaving the planet.Idealbite.com – A daily newsletter for quick hits and tips like how to make natural cleaning products and the toppicks for organic foods.19

PPTA program:Layout 1 4/15/09 8:02 PM Page 22FOR PPTA MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION CONTACT:The Pennsylvania Public Transportation Association600 North Third Street, Fourth FloorHarrisburg, PA 17101-1113(717) 234-7211 / (717) 234-7420(717) 234-7176 (fax)mpierce@ppta.net / cconaway@penntrain.netwww.ppta.net / www.penntrain.netPLAN TO JOIN US NEXT YEARAT OUR NEW VENUE!!April 26, 27, 28, 2010The Lancaster County Convention Center& Marriott Lancaster at Penn Square20

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TransIT Services of Frederick County, MD Brian Dean Capital Area Transit, PA Lenea England Bay Aging/Bay Transit, VA Patrick Hench Red Rose Transit, PA Dorothy Sterling Hill County of Lackawanna Transit, PA Dan Hogan Focus on Renewal, PA Dennis Howard Triangle Transit, NC Stephen Huyck River Valley Transit,

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