On Feb. 8th, 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 … More GAMD 2017:Engaging future leaders of transportation, today
Please see the press release below concerning COMTO members: Bellewether Global and the Missouri Department of Transportation. A special “shout out” to COMTO Kansas City Membership Outreach Chair Monique Campbell. MoDOT’s External Civil Rights Division has selected two firms to provide Supportive Services to currently certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprises. Supportive Services programs for DBEs … More MoDOT External Civil Rights Division offers business development training in St. Louis and Kansas City Areas
The Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) seeks a Chief Executive Officer to lead the nation’s leading multi-modal advocacy organization for minority professionals and businesses in the transportation industry. The next leader of COMTO will be an experience executive with the vision, commitment and leadership qualities to oversee all aspects of the organization and represent … More Are you our next CEO?
On September 27th, 2016, COMTO Kansas City participated as an exhibitor at the Construction Career Day Expo, which is hosted by the Kansas Department of Transportation. The Expo is for middle and high school students interested in construction and transportation industry-related careers. The students had access to 30 exhibits that demonstrated the design, construction, development and … More COMTO KC encourages students to explore careers in the transportation industry at KDOT’s Career Construction Expo
On Tuesday, August 16th, members from the Kansas City Chapter of the Conference of Minority Officials (COMTO) supported Kansas City Area Transportation Authority’s (KCATA) Rosa Parks SPIRIT Awards celebrating individuals and organizations that, in the spirit of Civil Rights Leader Rosa Parks, are making a difference in metro Kansas City and in public transit. Sponsored by Lathop … More COMTO Members attend KCATA’s 4th Annual Rosa Parks SPIRIT Awards
The Kansas City Chapter of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) recently partnered with the Transportation, Technology, Math and Science Academy (TTMaSA) at Donnelly College. This summer program was established to To address the need of a diverse workforce in the 21st century and to promote greater awareness of career opportunities within the transportation industry, the … More COMTO Kansas City shows support to TTMaSA summer transportation institute
COMTO has been featured in American DBE Magazine! Click here to read the spring 2016 issue. Source
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IT’S FINALLY HERE! The 2016 Spring issue of COMTO’s Accelerate magazine is now available online. Click here for the latest issue All issues of the Accelerate are online for your review – click here to read them all!
Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) Supports U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Foxx’s Ladders of Opportunity Initiative The Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) thanks Secretary Foxx and the U.S. Department of Transportation for launching the Ladders of Opportunity initiative. As an organization whose mission focuses on engendering equal access to the transportation sector, it … More COMTO Statement of Support for USDOT’s “Ladders of Opportunity” Initiative