GAMD 2018: Engaging future leaders of transportation, today.

On March 21st, the Kansas City Chapter of Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) honored the legacy of Garrett A. Morgan and his contributions to the transportation industry by exposing some students from the Topeka, Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri school districts to the work of transportation planners, engineers, architects and others. The Garrett A. Morgan … More GAMD 2018: Engaging future leaders of transportation, today.

COMTO Kansas City named “Community Champion of the Year” at 2018 MoDOT DBE Symposium

During March 14th-16th, many COMTO members attended the Missouri Department of Transportation’s 2018 Contractor Compliance/DBE Training Symposium. This conference provides vital information in a variety of areas, such as business and workforce development, contract compliance, recruitment, and retention. Additionally, the symposium aims to strengthen Equal Employment Opportunity for both MoDOT and Missouri businesses by encouraging the development of … More COMTO Kansas City named “Community Champion of the Year” at 2018 MoDOT DBE Symposium

COMTO KC invited to KDOT Transit Day at the Capitol

The Kansas Department of Transportation and the Kansas Public Transit Association hosted the annual Transit Day at the Kansas Statehouse in Topeka from 8 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, February 28. “This year’s Transit Day will highlight the work that more than 150 agencies do to provide reliable, clean and useful transit and paratransit services … More COMTO KC invited to KDOT Transit Day at the Capitol