National Association of City Transportation Officials Inc

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Mission

NACTO'S MISSION IS TO BUILD CITIES AS PLACES FOR PEOPLE, WITH SAFE, SUSTAINABLE, ACCESSIBLE AND EQUITABLE TRANSPORTATION CHOICES THAT SUPPORT A STRONG ECONOMY AND VIBRANT QUALITY OF LIFE.

Ruling year info

2005

Principal Officer

CORINNE KISNER

Main address

120 Park Ave Fl 23

New York, NY 10017

EIN

20-1874085

NTEE code info

Community, Neighborhood Development, Improvement (S20)

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Program 1

GLOBAL DESIGNING CITIES INITIATIVE - THE GLOBAL DESIGNING CITIES INITIATIVE (GDCI) IS COMMITTED TO RAISING THE STATE OF THE PRACTICE FOR STREET DESIGN AND TRANSPORTATION AROUND THE WORLD BY BUILDING A COMMON VISION, SHARING DATA, ENCOURAGING PEER-TO-PEER EXCHANGES AND REGULAR COMMUNICATION AMONG INTERNATIONAL CITIES. LAUNCHED AS A NEW PROGRAM OF NACTO IN 2014, GDCI FOCUSES ON THE CRITICAL ROLE OF STREETS WITHIN URBAN ENVIRONMENTS AROUND THE WORLD. THE INITIATIVE FACILITATES THE EXCHANGE OF TRANSPORTATION IDEAS, INSIGHTS AND BEST PRACTICES AMONG INTERNATIONAL CITIES, THROUGH PROVIDING DESIGN GUIDANCE, OFFERING TECHNICAL EXPERTISE, AND ONGOING PEER-TO-PEER MENTORING THROUGH A GLOBAL EXPERT NETWORK.IN 2019, GDCI CONTINUED TO OFFER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND GUIDANCE BASED ON THE GLOBAL STREET DESIGN GUIDE TO HELP CITIES AROUND THE WORLD SHAPE SAFE AND SUSTAINABLE URBAN STREETS. THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, GDCI STAFF CONDUCTED 18 CAPACITY-BUILDING WORKSHOPS FOR 549 PRACTITIONERS AND SUPPORTED 23 SITE TRANSFORMATION PROJECTS ACROSS THE GLOBE. MOST OF THIS WORK WAS CONCENTRATED IN FIVE CITIES THAT ARE PART OF THE BLOOMBERG INITIATIVE FOR GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY (BIGRS): ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA; BOGOT, COLOMBIA; MUMBAI, INDIA; AND SAO PAULO AND FORTALEZA, BRAZIL. GDCI ALSO SUPPORTED STREET TRANSFORMATIONS IN MILAN, ITALY IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BLOOMBERG ASSOCIATES, AND IN ISTANBUL, TURKEY WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE BERNARD VAN LEER FOUNDATION. AS AN IMPLEMENTING PARTNER FOR THE BLOOMBERG PHILANTHROPIES INITIATIVE FOR GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY, IN 2019, GDCI FOCUSED ON ADVANCING PROJECTS AND POLICIES IN FIVE CITIES, WORKING WITH LOCAL PARTNERS TO UPDATE STREET DESIGN STANDARDS, BUILD LOCAL CAPACITY, AND IMPLEMENT PROJECTS WITH THE OVERALL GOAL OF REDUCING TRAFFIC INJURIES AND FATALITIES. IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL, GDCI SUPPORTED AN INTERIM IMPLEMENTATION IN THE BOROUGH OF PENHA THAT RECLAIMED 2,000 SQM OF PEDESTRIAN SPACE, ADDED NINE NEW CROSSWALKS, AND CREATED A NEW PUBLIC PLAZA ON DR. CAMPOS MOURA STREET. THE GDCI TEAM ALSO CONDUCTED SIX TRAININGS AND SUPPORTED THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF THE CITY'S STREET DESIGN MANUAL. IN BOGOTA, COLOMBIA, GDCI SUPPORTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A VISION ZERO ZONE IN THE EL INGLS NEIGHBORHOOD AND THE PLAZOLETA BOGOT IN THE ANTONIO JOS DE SUCRE PLAZOLETA. IN TOTAL, THE GDCI TEAM HELPED BOGOTA RECLAIM OVER 16,000 SQM OF PEDESTRIAN SPACE AND OVER 40 INTERSECTIONS THROUGH MORE THAN A DOZEN POP-UP, INTERIM, AND PERMANENT PROJECTS DURING 2019. THE TEAM ALSO PROVIDED GUIDANCE ON BOGOTA'S STREET DESIGN MANUAL AND CONDUCTED FIVE TRAININGS FOR A TOTAL OF 155 CITY OFFICIALS. IN FORTALEZA, BRAZIL, GDCI VISITED AND REVIEWED DESIGNS FOR 12 PROJECT SITES, COVERING MORE THAN TEN KILOMETERS OF STREETS AND SUPPORTED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TWO STREET TRANSFORMATION PROJECTS, RECLAIMING OVER 3,000 SQM OF PEDESTRIAN SPACE. IN MUMBAI, INDIA, GDCI SUPPORTED AND PROVIDED TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO ONE OF THE LARGEST AND MOST CONGESTED INTERSECTIONS OF MUMBAI, CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI TERMINUS. THIS IMPLEMENTATION RECLAIMED OVER 5,000 SQM OF PEDESTRIAN SPACE. IN ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA, AS PART OF THE SAFE INTERSECTIONS PROGRAM, GDCI SUPPORTED ADDIS ABABA TO TRANSFORM EIGHT INTERSECTIONS USING TEMPORARY MATERIALS. THE GDCI TEAM ALSO PROVIDED TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT TO THE PERMANENT IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LEGARE INTERSECTION.IN ADDITION, NACTO-GDCI SUPPORTED AN INTERIM STREET INTERVENTION IN ISTANBUL, TURKEY, WITH THE OBJECTIVE OF CREATING A SAFE, COMFORTABLE SPACE FOR CHILDREN AND CAREGIVERS, AND SUPPORTED WORK TO IMPLEMENT THREE PUBLIC SPACE IMPROVEMENTS AND PLAZAS IN THE CITY OF MILAN, ITALY. THE CITY IS NOW PLANNING TO EXPAND THIS PROGRAM TO OTHER PARTS OF THE CITY AND MAKE THE INTERIM PIAZZE PERMANENT. THE GLOBAL STREET DESIGN GUIDE REACHED OVER 100 ENDORSEMENTS FROM CITIES, REGIONS, COUNTRIES, AND ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS THE WORLD. GDCI CONTINUED ITS PUBLICATION WORK ON DESIGNING STREETS FOR KIDS, THE GLOBAL STREET DESIGN GUIDE SUPPLEMENT THAT FOCUSES SPECIFICALLY ON THE INTERACTIONS THAT CHILDREN AND THEIR CAREGIVERS HAVE WITH THEIR STREETS. THIS GUIDE WILL BE PUBLISHED IN EARLY 2020, AFTER WHICH THE TEAM WILL TRAIN OR PROVIDE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO 12 CITIES AROUND THE WORLD.

Expenses
$2,156,734
Revenue
$2,522

ADVANCING A UNIFIED CITY VOICE - NACTO WORKS TO ADVANCE A UNIFIED CITY VOICE ON THE NATIONAL STAGE, ADVOCATING FOR STATE AND FEDERAL ADOPTION OF STREET DESIGN GUIDANCE THAT SUPPORTS SAFE, SUSTAINABLE CITY STREETS; REGULATORY CHANGES THAT GIVE CITIES GREATER FLEXIBILITY TO INNOVATE AND MEET LOCAL CHALLENGES; INCREASED FEDERAL RESEARCH ON URBAN TRANSPORTATION ISSUES; IMPROVED COORDINATION BETWEEN STATE AND LOCAL TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENTS; AND POLICIES THAT PROMOTE PUBLIC TRANSIT, BICYCLING, AND WALKING AS INTEGRAL PARTS OF CITY TRANSPORTATION.IN ADDITION TO THIS WORK AT THE STATE AND FEDERAL LEVEL, NACTO CITIES ALSO COLLABORATE TO SHARE EXPERTISE ON LOCAL POLICY FOR SUSTAINABLE, PEOPLE-ORIENTED TRANSPORTATION, INCLUDING BEST PRACTICES AROUND IMPROVING PUBLIC TRANSIT SERVICE, INTEGRATING GREEN STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE INTO MULTI-MODAL STREET DESIGN, DESIGNING BIKEWAYS THAT ARE INVITING FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES AND ABILITIES, MEETING VISION ZERO GOALS FOR SAFETY, REDUCING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS AND CLIMATE IMPACTS FROM TRANSPORTATION, ENCOURAGING SHARED MOBILITY TO REDUCE SINGLE-OCCUPANCY VEHICLE TRIPS, AND PREPARING FOR AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES IN COMPLEX URBAN CONDITIONS. NACTO CITIES ARE MEETING 21ST CENTURY TRANSPORTATION CHALLENGES WITH INNOVATIVE POLICY APPROACHES, AND BY SHARING LESSONS LEARNED AND PUBLISHING NATIONAL GUIDANCE AND PRACTITIONERS' PAPERS, NACTO CITIES ARE RAISING THE STATE OF THE PRACTICE.NACTO RELEASED DON'T GIVE UP AT THE INTERSECTION IN MAY 2019 TO SUPPORT CITIES AS THEY WORK TO MAKE STREETS SAFER AND MORE WELCOMING FOR BICYCLISTS OF ALL AGES AND ABILITIES. AS MOST CONFLICTS BETWEEN CYCLISTS AND MOTOR VEHICLES OCCUR AT INTERSECTIONS, INTERSECTION DESIGN IS KEY TO BUILDING SAFER BIKE NEWORKS IN CITIES. DEVELOPED WITH CITIES THAT ARE LEADING THE WAY IN BIKEWAY DESIGN, DON'T GIVE UP AT THE INTERSECTION EXPANDS THE NACTO URBAN BIKEWAY DESIGN GUIDE, ADDING DETAILED GUIDANCE ON INTERSECTION DESIGNS THAT REDUCE VEHICLE-BIKE AND VEHICLE-PEDESTRIAN CONFLICTS. BY FOCUSING ON STRATEGIES TO REDUCE CONFLICTS AND INCREASE COMFORT AND SAFETY, CITIES CAN UNLOCK POTENTIAL RIDERSHIP GROWTH FOR FOLKS OF ALL AGES AND ABILITIES.THE WIDESPREAD USE OF SMARTPHONES, RIDE-HAILING SERVICES, AND E-SCOOTERS HAS GENERATED AN UNPRECEDENTED AMOUNT OF DATA ABOUT HOW AND WHERE PEOPLE ARE USING CITY STREETS. FOR CITIES LOOKING TO MAKE DATA-DRIVEN DESIGN AND POLICY DECISIONS, THIS INFORMATION IS INVALUABLE, BUT COMES WITH SERIOUS QUESTIONS ABOUT USER PRIVACY. IN THE SPRING OF 2019, NACTO AND THE INTERNATIONAL MUNICIPAL LAWYERS ASSOCIATION (IMLA) JOINTLY RELEASED MANAGING MOBILITY DATA TO GUIDE CITIES THROUGH THE RESPONSIBLE USE OF MOBILITY DATA. MANAGING MOBILITY DATA REVIEWS THE KEY LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CITIES WORKING WITH NEW DATA AND LAYS OUT PRINCIPLES TO BALANCE THE PROMISE OF MOBILITY DATA WITH THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT INDIVIDUAL PRIVACY.2019 SAW SIGNIFICANT VOLATILITY IN THE SHARED MICRO MOBILITY LANDSCAPE, AS RIDERSHIP CONTINUED TO GROW AND DOCK LESS BIKES WERE ALL BUT REPLACED BY NASCENT SCOOTER SYSTEMS. RELEASED IN MARCH 2019, SHARED MICROMOBILITY IN THE U.S.: 2018 NACTO'S ANNUAL DATA SNAPSHOT ON THE STATE OF SHARED MICROMOBILITY IN THE U.S. FOUND THAT, WITH THE WIDESPREAD INTRODUCTION OF ELECTRIC SCOOTERS IN 2018, THE NUMBER OF TOTAL SHARED MICROMOBILITY TRIPS MORE THAN DOUBLED TO 84 MILLION NATIONWIDE. NACTO ALSO FOUND THAT IN ADDITION TO SCOOTERS, ELECTRIC BIKES WERE POPULAR, AVERAGING THREE TIMES THE RIDERSHIP OF NON-ELECTRIC BIKES. NACTO MEMBER CITIES CONFRONTED THESE ABRUPT CHANGES HEAD-ON, WITH MORE THAN 60 CITY PRACTITIONERS CONVENING IN ST. LOUIS IN APRIL 2019 TO COLLABORATIVELY DISCUSS BEST PRACTICES, HIGHLIGHT POLICY GAPS, AND IDENTIFY SOLUTIONS FOR REGULATING QUICKLY-EVOLVING SHARED MICROMOBILITY SYSTEMS. THE RANGE OF TOPICS AND CONVERSATIONS FROM THIS EVENT FORMED THE BASIS FOR NACTO'S GUIDELINES FOR MANAGING SHARED MICROMOBILITY 2.0, PUBLISHED IN SEPTEMBER OF 2019. DEVELOPED WITH PRACTITIONERS IN ATTENDANCE AT THE ST. LOUIS ROUNDTABLE, THE 2.0 PUBLICATION EXPANDS UPON GUIDANCE IN THE FIRST EDITION, PLACING SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON BEST PRACTICES IN MANAGING SCOOTER SHARE.IN SEPTEMBER 2019, NACTO PUBLISHED THE SECOND EDITION OF THE BLUEPRINT FOR AUTONOMOUS URBANISM. THIS BLUEPRINT BUILDS ON THE FIRST EDITION'S VISION FOR HOW AUTOMATED VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY CAN WORK IN SERVICE OF SAFE, SUSTAINABLE, EQUITABLE, VIBRANT CITIES; A VISION THAT PUTS PEOPLE AT THE CENTER OF URBAN LIFE AND STREET DESIGN, PRIORITIZING THOSE WHO WALK, BIKE, ROLL, AND TAKE TRANSIT, WHILE LEVERAGING TECHNOLOGY TO REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS, DECREASE TRAFFIC FATALITIES, AND INCREASE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES. THE SECOND EDITION DIVES DEEPER INTO HOW CITIES CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF AUTOMATED SYSTEMS TO IMPROVE TRANSIT SERVICE, PRICE THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY, LEVERAGE AND PROTECT MOBILITY DATA, AND RETHINK URBAN FREIGHT. ENACTING FORWARD-THINKING POLICIES IN THESE KEY AREAS IN THE NEAR FUTURE WILL POSITION CITIES TO ENSURE THE AUTONOMOUS FUTURE SERVES PEOPLE FIRST; THE BLUEPRINT FOR AUTONOMOUS URBANISM PROVIDES THE DIRECTION TO MAKE THIS VISION A REALITY.NACTO ALSO RELEASED ITS SECOND CITY DATA SNAPSHOT IN 2019, SHARING ACCOMPLISHMENTS, ACTIVITIES, AND ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE DETAILS FROM 53 CITIES ACROSS THE NACTO NETWORK. COLLECTIVELY, THE 53 CITIES BUILT 445 BIKEWAY MILES IN 2018, BRINGING THE TOTAL BIKEWAY MILEAGE ACROSS THESE CITIES TO NEARLY 11,741. THEY ALSO INSTALLED MORE THAN 19 MILES OF DEDICATED TRANSIT LANES, AND BUILT MORE THAN 2,600 PROJECTS DESIGNED TO IMPROVE SAFETY FOR ALL ROAD USERS. THE FINDINGS FROM THIS DATA COLLECTION EFFORT CAN HELP SPARK MOTIVATION AMONG PEER CITIES AND CAN CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR CITIES TO REQUEST MORE FUNDING TO IMPROVE PROJECT DELIVERY.IN ORDER TO ADVANCE A VISION FOR SAFE, SUSTAINABLE CITY TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AND DISSEMINATE NATIONAL RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS, NACTO'S WORK INCLUDES A STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS INITIATIVE. IN 2019, NACTO LEVERAGED ITS WEBSITE, SOCIAL MEDIA, AND PRESS OUTREACH TO PROVIDE CLEAR, ACCESSIBLE INFORMATION TO PRACTITIONERS, COMMUNITIES, ADVOCACY GROUPS AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS WORKING TOWARDS A SHARED VISION FOR BETTER URBAN TRANSPORTATION. NACTO STAFF ALSO PRESENTED PUBLICATIONS AND STRATEGIC INITIATIVES TO THOUSANDS OF LEADERS AND PRACTITIONERS ACROSS NORTH AMERICA.NACTO ALSO PARTNERS WITH OTHER STAKEHOLDERS TO ADVANCE A COMMON VISION FOR VIBRANT CITIES, INCLUDING TRANSPORTATION FOR AMERICA, THE INSTITUTE FOR TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS, THE URBAN LAND INSTITUTE, THE ASSOCIATION OF BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN PROFESSIONALS, THE VISION ZERO NETWORK, THE NATIONAL COMPLETE STREETS COALITION, AND THE AMERICAN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION, AMONG OTHERS.

Expenses
$893,394
Revenue
$5,045

BUILDING THE MOVEMENT - NACTO CONVENES AND FACILITATES A NETWORK OF LEADING CITIES AND TRANSIT AGENCIES, PROVIDING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CAPACITY-BUILDING IN TRANSPORTATION POLICY AND URBAN DESIGN, FORGING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PEER CITIES, AND EMPOWERING THE INDIVIDUALS WHO COMPRISE THE PROGRESSIVE LOCAL TRANSPORTATION MOVEMENT.NACTO HOSTS PEER NETWORKS AND WORKING GROUPS ON A RANGE OF TOPICS, INCLUDING NATIONAL AND FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION POLICY, BIKEWAY DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION, BIKE SHARE AND SHARED MICROMOBILITY, EMERGING TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION, SAFETY AND VISION ZERO, EQUITY IN TRANSPORTATION, AND TRANSIT. NACTO DEDICATES SIGNIFICANT RESOURCES TO SUPPORTING, TRAINING, AND NURTURING THESE NETWORKS OF CITY STAFF, BUILDING PUBLIC SECTOR EXPERTISE AND CREATING A SUPPORTIVE PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY OF INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE COLLECTIVELY CHANGING THE PARADIGM IN CITY TRANSPORTATION.NACTO EMPOWERS CITY STAFF TO BETTER ACHIEVE THEIR CITIES' GOALS AND VISIONS FOR TRANSPORTATION THROUGH A NUMBER OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES. NACTO PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR REGULAR PEER-TO-PEER LEARNING AND EXCHANGES VIA AN ANNUAL CONFERENCE, REGIONAL WORKSHOPS, TARGETED EVENTS, AND REGULAR WEBINARS.NACTO'S HALLMARK EVENT, THE ANNUAL DESIGNING CITIES CONFERENCE, IS THE PREMIER TRANSPORTATION CONFERENCE IN THE U.S., SHINING A NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT ON PUBLIC SECTOR LEADERSHIP IN SAFE, SUSTAINABLE, EQUITABLE TRANSPORTATION POLICY AND PRACTICE. IN 2019, THE CONFERENCE WAS HELD IN TORONTO, MARKING THE FIRST TIME THAT AN INTERNATIONAL MEMBER CITY HAS HOSTED THE EVENT. AT DESIGNING CITIES 2019, THERE WERE OVER 1,000 ATTENDEES FROM 175 CITIES, WITH MORE THAN 65% OF ATTENDEES WORKING FOR A PUBLIC AGENCY AND 95% OF SPEAKERS REPRESENTING GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. PREVIOUS CONFERENCE HOST CITIES INCLUDE LOS ANGELES, CHICAGO, SEATTLE, AUSTIN, SAN FRANCISCO, PHOENIX, AND NEW YORK CITY.2019 MARKED THE SECOND YEAR OF LEADERSHIP NACTO, AN APPLICATION-BASED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM DEDICATED TO EMPOWERING THE NEXT GENERATION OF STRONG, DYNAMIC LEADERS IN CITY TRANSPORTATION. THE COHORT OF 12 OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUALS CAME TOGETHER FOR THREE IN-PERSON EVENTS AND SIX VIRTUAL MENTORING SESSIONS OVER THE COURSE OF THEIR NINE-MONTH FELLOWSHIP. TOGETHER, THEY TACKLED COMPLEX LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES SUCH AS GIVING CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK, CULTIVATING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, MOTIVATING TEAMS TO ACHIEVE RESULTS, AND MANAGING CONFLICT. AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE PROGRAM, EVERY FELLOW GRADUATED AS A MORE CONFIDENT AND SKILLED TRANSPORTATION LEADER. THESE INDIVIDUALS HAVE CLEAR AND FRESH VISIONS FOR THE FUTURE OF CITY TRANSPORTATION, AND A STRONG COHORT OF PEERS TO LEAN ON THROUGHOUT THEIR CAREERS

Expenses
$857,927
Revenue
$464,385

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