When you become an ACT member, you also become a member of your local ACT chapter. Chapters are formed to carry out the aims and purposes of ACT on a local or regional basis. Many chapters host local conferences and provide networking opportunities throughout the year. Chapters provide additional opportunities for members to get involved in ACT through their own boards and committees.
Held in a different city every year, ACT’s annual conference offers professional development, networking, and the opportunity to meet leaders in TDM and related fields. These events include workshop sessions, professional development sessions, awards ceremony (all ACT members are eligible for awards), educational off-site tours, and dine-arounds that connect you with professional colleagues.
Councils are led by ACT thought leaders and subject matter experts who provide our members with in-depth knowledge and specialized networking. ACT councils focus on Employers, Sustainable Real Estate & Development, Telework/Alternative Work Arrangements, TMAs, Universities, and Vanpooling.
ACT members have a strong voice in Washington, D.C. The association’s government affairs staff and Public Policy Committee maintain a constant focus on public policy, and advocate on behalf of the industry to advance ACT’s issues.
ACT provides timely updates to members on public policy and issues that affect our industry.
ACT’s engaging e-newsletter keeps subscribers up-to-date on the latest news, trends, and developments in the TDM industry.
Exclusive to ACT members, candidates apply for acceptance to a small class of TDM professionals who participate in a three-day leadership program using small-team leadership projects, assignments, online resources, and activities uniquely designed to create a high-value learning and professional development experience.
In partnership with the Center for Urban Transportation Research/Best Workplaces for Commuters, ACT co-hosts webinars to help TDM professionals learn about important transportation topics.
The TDM Review library contains a wealth of archived features that continue to serve as an important resource on TDM.