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Through a partnership with the Rail Passengers Association, together we can amplify the voice and influence of the American rail passenger, many of whom are your employees and customers, giving them the power to improve transportation options in their communities. Your organization can help reinforce the voice of the American passenger advancing the goal of 'A Connected America."
To encourage diversity in collaborations, our corporate partnership rates are determined by annual organization revenue. Download the full Organizational Membership & Partnership Prospectus and Application by clicking here.
|Annual Dues Paid to
Rail Passengers Association
|Annual Organization Revenue|
|$500.00||$250,001 - $500,000|
|$1,500.00||$500,001 - $1,499,999|
|$2,500.00||$1,500,000 - $5,000,000|
|$5,000.00||$5,000,001 - $15,000,000|
Rail Passengers Association Organizational Partnerships are perfect for:
Businesses, Corporations, Chambers of Commerce, NGOs and Tourism Agencies that desire to support Rail Passenger's mission.
Designed for State, Regional and Local Transportation Agencies, MPOs and Planning Departments that can benefit from Rail Passengers' extensive policy analysis capabilities and research expertise.
Tailored for Colleges, Universities and other Institutions offering engineering, public planning, transportation and related study programs.
For more information please contact:
Jonsie Stone, Vice President of Resource Development & Operations
[email protected] or 202-408-8362 ext. 3207
"I wish to extend my appreciation to members of the Rail Passengers Association for their steadfast advocacy to protect not only the Southwest Chief, but all rail transportation which plays such an important role in our economy and local communities. I look forward to continuing this close partnership, both with America’s rail passengers and our bipartisan group of senators, to ensure a bright future for the Southwest Chief route."
Senator Jerry Moran (R-KS)
April 2, 2019, on receiving the Association's Golden Spike Award for his work to protect the Southwest Chief