Art Guzzetti

Vice President, Mobility Initiatives and Public Policy, American Public Transportation Association

Art Guzzetti, a 40-year professional in public transportation at the local, state and national levels, serves as Vice President-Mobility Initiatives & Policy for the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), the trade group for the public transportation industry. Among other things, Mr. Guzzetti is responsible for APTA’s extensive policy development and research agenda, and for advancing policies favorable to public transportation with Congress, the Administration, state and local governments, with grass-roots and stakeholder organizations, and with public policy think tanks. A key current focus is integration of transit networks with new and emerging public and private mobility services, including micro-transit, transportation network companies, automated vehicles and bicycles. The public transit agency of the future will weave these services into a system, with high-capacity transit lines in key corridors as the backbone.

Prior to coming to Washington in June 1997, Mr. Guzzetti had 16 years of management experience with two of the nation’s leading public transportation systems: New Jersey Transit and the Port Authority of Allegheny County.

Mr. Guzzetti has a Political Science degree from Edinboro State University, and a Master of Public Administration Degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Among other position, he is the immediate past national president of the Transportation Research Forum. He has been married for 40 years and is father to four children and the grandfather of five.

Tuesday, October 1
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm • Transportation as a Service: How We Get There and Why We Need Itpressure cooker
Tomorrow’s adults might never need a driver’s license or to own a vehicle. Door to door mobility is becoming seamless, simple and affordable with ride sharing, first and last mile transit and micro mobility systems. Learn from transportation planners and providers about what’s working and where the challenges lie in building mobility as a service in communities around the world.