Local Transit Review mailing list allows marketers to target facilities engaged in providing mass transportation services for passengers within local areas via rail, automobile, and bus. These professionals rely on resource materials like books, reports, newsletters, and audio tapes to stay abreast of topics that include transportation safety, marketplace expansion, and fleet management strategies.
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Local Transit Review mailing list allows marketers to target facilities engaged in providing mass transportation services for passengers within local areas via rail, automobile, and bus. These professionals rely on resource materials like books, reports, newsletters, and audio tapes to stay abreast of topics that include transportation safety, marketplace expansion, and fleet management strategies. Along with offline and online publications, these professionals purchase products ranging from power tools to CRM software to manage daily operations.
Reach business executives, maintenance managers, owners, drivers, engineers and more who furnish passenger transportation over scheduled routes within local urban and suburban areas as well as to and from airport or rail terminals. Professionals in this sector have varied job duties including equipment maintenance and cleaning, route scheduling, marketing and advertising, customer service and more. To help them do their jobs effectively, these professionals purchase or download resources on passenger safety, business management, business expansion, professional development, and logistics innovations. They seek products and services from vendors and partners that offer strategies and solutions in all facets of business operation. They attend seminars and tradeshows for professional training, vendor relationship building, industry news, and career advancement opportunities.
Transit Types: Airport limousine, bus, cable car, commuter rail, elevated rail, monorail, passenger transportation, streetcar, subway, and trolley
These transportation professionals purchase products and services such as: trade magazines, GPS systems, aftermarket parts, electronic components, maintenance supplies, tools, uniforms, warranties, automotive care products, tires, windshields, automation controls, electronics, fire prevention, first aid kits, sanitizers, adhesives, laptops, software, mobile devices, and office supplies.
Ideal users of this list include: Industry publications, safety gear companies, transit equipment manufacturers, government agencies, drug testing labs, energy and fuel providers, driver safety trainers, tool and hardware suppliers, consultants, event coordinators, software and computer providers, technology providers, insurance providers, financial institutions, legal advisors, and credit card issuers.
Sales Volume (20.00/M) Less than $500,000 $500,000 to $1 Million $1 Million to $2.5 Million $2.5 Million to $ 5 Million $5 Million to $10 Million $10 Million to $50 Million $50 Million to $100 Million $100 Million to $500 Million $500 Million to $1 Billion Over $1 Billion Unknown Employee Size (20.00/M) 1 to 4 5 to 9 10 to 19 20 to 49 50 to 99 100 to 249 250 to 499 500 to 999 1000 to 4999 5000 to 9999 10000 or more Unknown