APTA Signs New MoU with CUTA


From left: Carita Ducre, APTA vice president workforce development and educational services; Simon Minelli, CUTA director – research, technical services and industry programs; Marco D’Angelo; Paul P. Skoutelas; Petra Mollet, APTA vice president – strategic & international programs; and Art Guzzetti, APTA vice president – mobility initiatives and public policy.

APTA has signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with its sister association, the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA). The three-year MoU reconfirms the close partnership between APTA and CUTA in their efforts to advance public transportation in North America.

“The U.S. and Canadian transit industries face similar challenges and opportunities, but also have some unique market structures,” said APTA President and CEO Paul P. Skoutelas. “Our continued partnership with CUTA ensures we combine our knowledge and leverage our resources jointly to best serve our members.”

“CUTA is thrilled to renew its partnership with APTA,” said Marco D’Angelo, CUTA president and CEO. “By working together, we aim to share best practices, innovate transit solutions, and improve the public transit experience for communities on both sides of the border. This partnership is a testament to our shared commitment to developing a more connected, efficient, and sustainable future for public transit in Canada and the USA.”