Nebraska Association of Transportation Providers was formed to promote effective, efficient public transportation throughout Nebraska. NATP supports acceptable public transportation that is accessible to all, particularly older adults, people with disabilities and anyone who would otherwise be without affordable transportation.
NATP proudly represents rural transit systems and the four urban systems in our state, Grand Island’s CRANE Public Transit, Lincoln’s StarTran, City of Bellevue Specialized Transportation Service and Omaha’s Metro Area Transit. The Association has a membership that covers the entire state from Dawes County in the Northwest to Richardson County in the Southeast and from Kimball County in the Southwest to Dakota County in the Northeast.
View the NATP February 2021 Newsletter
If you are looking for transportation in your area or for a way to travel across the state, view the Nebraska Transit Directory.
UPCOMING NATP EVENTS:
NATP Award Nominations Open – Awards to be presented during the Manager’s Workshop luncheon.
Nomination deadline for awards – June 11, 2021
NATP Board of Director Nominations Open – deadline for nominations is June 25, 2021
This year, the Board of Directors will be electing an officer from the West Central region, an officer from the East Central region, and one at-large officer from any of the four regions. All nomination submissions and the election will be carried out electronically. Nominations are being accepted from May 1 – June 25. If interested, send your nomination intent, a short bio and headshot to the NATP office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2021 Manager’s Workshop – July 20 & 21, Courtyard by Marriott Lincoln Downtown/Haymarket
Workshop – July 20 & 21
Awards Luncheon – July 20
Annual Meeting – July 20
Additional details and registration will be available in early June
2021 Roadeo and Drivers Training – August 24 & 25, Holiday Inn Hotel and Conference Center and Nebraska Safety Center Driving Range, Kearney
Register for NDOT Driver Training events by clicking on the following link: http://www.nebraskatransit.com/