What is TFLEx?

The Transit Finance Learning Exchange (TFLEx) is a strategic alliance of transit agencies formed to leverage mutual strengths and continuously improve transit finance leadership, development, training practices and information sharing.

What is TFLEx Café?

TFLEx Café is a members-only website for employees of the TFLEx agencies. Users can collaborate on projects and network with employees of other agencies.

If you are an employee of a member agency, you can register for an account here. You must use your agency issued email to create and validate your account.

Member Agencies

This is a list of the current member agencies. For information on how to join the TFLEx consortium, click here.

  • Bi-State Development Agency
  • C TRAN
  • Capital Area Transit
  • Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority
  • Culver City Bus
  • Dallas Area Rapid Transit
  • Denton County Transportation Authority
  • Denver Regional Transportation District
  • Foothill Transit
  • Fort Worth Transportation Authority
  • Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District
  • Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority
  • Long Beach Transit
  • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
  • Memphis Area Transit Authority
  • Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
  • Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County
  • Orange County Transportation Authority
  • Pierce County Transportation Benefit Area Authority
  • Regional Transportation Authority
  • Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority
  • San Diego Metropolitan Transit System
  • San Joaquin Regional Transit District
  • Test Agency
  • Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon
  • Utah Transit Authority
  • Valley Metro Rail, Inc.
  • VIA Metropolitan Transit
  • Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

Public Finance & Treasury Mgr Opening at OCTA

OCTA has an opening for a Public Finance and Treasury manager. I have attached the job description. If anyone knows someone that is interested they can apply on OCTAs website. For questions feel free to have any interested person reach out to me. The salary grade ranges from $125k to $179k with the salary dependent upon experience. We are looking to fill this position asap.

Thanks.

Sean Murdock
smurdock@octa.net
714-560-5685
OCTA - Public Finance & Treasury.pdf
Posted 3/20/2019 by Sean Murdock

TFLEx 20th Anniversary - Spring 2019 Workshop

4/14/2019

TFLEx 20th Anniversary

Financial Planning in a Changing Transit Environment

Spring 2019 - Las Vegas


Who would have thought in March 1999 that TFLEx would still be going strong in 2019! Celebrate with us (and all five past chairs of TFLEx) at the 20th-anniversary workshop in Las Vegas, Nevada, co-hosted by the Las Vegas Monorail and the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada. Along with the main topic of Financial Planning in a Changing Transit Environment, this workshop will include a retrospective of the last 20 years and where the consortium is heading in the future.

On Sunday, April 14, the Business Meeting will be held at the Las Vegas Monorail Convention Center station.

There will be several sessions on Financial Planning, each with a different focus. We will discuss making capital investments that anticipate tomorrow’s transit environment, bonding issues related to capital programming, fuel hedging strategies, and how should agencies address the increasing expectation of a regional approach to mobility¿

And as we have done in recent workshops, we will hear a local update from the co-hosts. At this workshop, we will learn about the Las Vegas Monorail and RTC Las Vegas.

A session on fare collection pricing and a discussion about developing a multi-agency exchange program will also be facilitated.

Click the link for information on registration and fee information.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tflex-spring-2019-workshop-financial-planning-in-a-changing-transit-environment-tickets-55843728094

A total of 13 CPE credits will be available. Transit–Finance Learning Exchange (T-FLEx) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org

Posted 2/9/2019 by Raymond Garton