The Intertribal Transportation Association that promotes training, advocacy, inform and facilitate meetings between Tribes and local, state and federal agencies.
ITA - Working to enhance Transportation Infrastructure throughout Tribal Nations
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ITA October Monthly Meeting: Oct 20th beginning at 10 PDT
Meeting ID: 833 7817 1786 Passcode: 821601
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Stand By.....Agenda for Monthly Meeting
Mid-Year Meeting Parking Lot Items to Address:
FHWA Transportation Funding Opportunities for Tribal Nations. Booklet identifies various opportunities. Download below:
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ITA Annual Meeting
December 6-8, 2022
Flamingo Resort, Las Vegas
Room Block: https://book.passkey.com/go/SFITM2
OR Call: Reservation Center at 888-373-9855 Block Code SFITM2
FY2023 ITA Membership
Please download (above) membership form. FY23 membership form is needed before end of November to ensure you are able to vote during the Annual meeting in December.
ITA has worked aggressively the past 3 years ensuring accountability and transparency of all the business and discussions of ITA. ITA membership is growing and ITA continues to encourages your "place in the circle" for Tribal Transportation issues through your on-going membership and support.
This Annual Meeting ITA will hold elections for Vice President and Secretary.
Mary Beth Clark, ITA President
The Inter-Tribal Transportation Association is an organization of Tribes which advocates for legislative and policy development, discusses funding and regulatory issues, and represents the shared interests of tribal transportation programs across the nation in promoting the continued advancement of transportation initiatives in Indian Country