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NTI announces new online course in National Transit Database (NTD) products!

Rural National Transit Database Reporting: ·Tuesday, October 11- Wednesday, October 12,2022 1:00 -4:30pm ET

The goal of this Zoom course is to help transit professionals learn the necessary skills for reporting rural general public transit data to the NTD internet reporting website.


Participants in this course will learn:

  • Benefits and impacts associated with the NTD annual reporting

  • Defining the apportionments (i.e., Sections 5311 and 5340))

  • “Who” reports and “What” to report

  • NTD annual reporting website, functionality and automation

  • The four standard NTD reporting modules (Basic Information, Asset, Reduced Reporting, and Federal Funding Allocation) as well as Declarations and Independent AuditorStatements

  • Report year updates

**Note: this course does not cover urban reporting including Full Reporting, Reduced Reporting or Safety & Security Reporting. If you are interested in these reporting topics, please do not register for this course. Please check our course offerings for Full Reporting and our webinar offerings for Reduced Reporting and Safety & Security Reporting.

Target Audience:

This course is intended for transit professionals whose responsibilities include some or all of the following related to the National Transit Database (NTD): reporting, statistical compilation, or other financial duties and activities. This is an introductory level course. The content is geared for people with little or no experience using the NTD reporting system.

The NTD sessions are primarily intended for anyone who is new to NTD Reporting, and who has not previously attended an NTD training session. This two-afternoon course covers all aspects of completing an NTD Report, from the perspective of someone who is unfamiliar with NTD reporting. If your system is planning on reporting as an urban reporter, you should not sign up for this course, as some of the material will not be relevant to you.


NTI is funded by a grant from the Federal Transit Administration.

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