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The following represent APTA’s public policy priorities and recommended solutions to meet these goals.

APTA establishes its public policy priorities every two years in conjunction with each new session of Congress.

Also see our advocacy issues and learn how you can take action to be an advocate for our profession and the people we serve.

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