Subscribers should have recently received the winter 2018 edition of
Transportation Leader by now. We hope you noticed the magazine looks a little different. That’s because we’ve redesigned the publication to better suit your needs. We are finding new ways to make every page count so our members and subscribers are provided with the most useful information.
Here are a few things to look for as you read through this issue!
What the future has in store
There’s something inherently refreshing about a new year. It’s a great time to reflect on our progress, and importantly, to look forward to the future. So, in this first issue of 2018, we looked at the state of the for-hire transportation industry and analyzed three of the major innovations everyone in our industry is talking about: TNC business models, autonomous vehicles and even flying taxis.
Granted, some of these innovations are more imminent than others, but to keep our industry moving forward, it’s important to consider both the immediate and the outlandish. In this issue of
Transportation Leader, we did just that.
What a year we had
Not only is the beginning of the year a great time to look forward, it’s also a great time to reflect on the exciting developments for TLPA and its members in 2017. We celebrated a century of serving business travelers, tourists, people with disabilities and the general public; inaugurated a new president; and found new ways to help our members thrive.
In this issue, you’ll find a recap of Bill Scalzi’s year as president, as well as a welcome to our 100th TLPA president, Mike Pinckard. Don’t miss our detailed year-in-review article that encompasses all that TLPA accomplished in 2017.
What’s coming up
Finally, there’s some important TLPA member-benefit information included in this magazine. You’ll find a Spring Conference & Expo registration form (we are looking forward to seeing you in Oklahoma City in April!), as well as the top reasons to join or rejoin TLPA.
We are excited to hear your thoughts on the new look of
Transportation Leader. As you are looking through the new issue, don’t forget to tag us on Facebook and Twitter and tell us about your favorite article!
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