COMTO's vision is to see the diverse faces of America equally reflected in all levels of the transportation industry.
It is with great pleasure that COMTO presents its (2011-2015) Strategic Plan. The goals, objectives and strategies contained in this Strategic Plan are a direct result of COMTO's commitment to identifying and meeting the needs of its membership. The new Strategic Plan fully embraces the history of COMTO while providing a roadmap to the future, recognizing the challenges and opportunities that members will face along the way.
Designed to build upon the continued legacy of ensuring full access to employment, promotion and contract opportunities, this version of the Strategic Plan prepares COMTO to keep pace with the rapidly evolving industry while anticipating future goals and accomplishments.
Strategic Plan Goals:
1. Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBS/DBEs): Become a Key Resource Center
2. Chapter Growth and Development
3. Membership Growth and Retention
4. Professional Development and Training
COMTO has thirty-nine (39) chapters throughout the United States. Members include individuals, transportation agencies, academic institutions, industry non-profits and Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs). From highways and roads to mass transit systems; from subways to rail systems; and from port authorities to airports, COMTO members represent every facet of the transportation industry. They are the presidents and chief executive officers who determine the direction of major transportation systems and the mechanics and operators who ensure the safe passage of millions of transportation riders everyday. For more information on membership, please contact COMTO National at (703) 234-4072.
COMTO's leadership includes the National Chair, the President & CEO, the Board of Directors, Board Advisors, and COMTO's Council of Presidents, which is made up of the Presidents of COMTO's chapters nationwide. Click here to learn more about COMTO National's leaders.
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