Jim Sayer, Adventure Cycling's Executive Director appointed to the National Advisory Committee on Travel and Tourism Infrastructure
Missoula, Montana, November 17, 2016 — U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx has announced the inaugural members of the National Advisory Committee on Travel and Tourism Infrastructure (NACTTI). Adventure Cycling Association’s Executive Director, Jim Sayer, is one of the 25 appointees in a group that includes 13 members of the U.S. Travel Association such as Ms. Cathy Ritter, Director, Colorado Tourism Office, and Mr. Todd Davidson, Chief Executive Officer, Travel Oregon.
The National Advisory Committee on Travel and Tourism Infrastructure was established in last year’s Surface Transportation Bill to facilitate travel and tourism. The NACTTI will assist the U.S. Department of Transportation and advise the Secretary of Transportation on current and emerging priorities, issues, projects, and funding needs relating to the use of the intermodal transportation network of the U.S.
“Adventure Cycling congratulates all of the transportation, travel, and tourism professionals and leaders appointed to NACTTI,” said Lisa McKinney, Adventure Cycling Association’s Communications Director. “Adventure Cycling looks forward to continually working with government leaders as an adviser and conduit to partners in tourism, multi-modal travel providers, active travel organizations, and state and local organizations that are helping build bicycle tourism across the nation.”
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Click here for the full announcement and a list of NACTTI members.
Adventure Cycling Association inspires and empowers people to travel by bicycle. It is the largest cycling membership organization in North America with more than 51,000 members. Adventure Cycling produces cycling routes and maps for North America, organizes more than 100 tours annually, and publishes bicycle travel information including the award-winning Adventure Cyclist magazine. With over 45,000 mapped miles in the Adventure Cycling Route Network, Adventure Cycling gives cyclists the tools and confidence to create their own bike travel adventures. Phone: 800-755-BIKE(2453). Web: www.adventurecycling.org
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