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Urban Solar joins Pennsylvania Public Transportation Association

Parul Dubey on May 22, 2017 - in Transportation

HARRISBURG, PA – Urban Solar is pleased to announce its new membership with the Pennsylvania Public Transportation Association (PPTA).

The PPTA is a professional trade organization that advocates and strengthens the role of public transportation for all of Pennsylvania.

With this membership, Urban Solar joins industry professionals representing urban systems, industry suppliers, consultants and government agencies interested in progressive public transportation policies.  This exciting new opportunity allows Urban Solar to participate in the process and development of public policy, and engage in a forum to promote public transportation’s commitment to service.

“We are honored to be associated with the PPTA,” says Urban Solar Senior Business Development Manager John Joynt, who has volunteered to sit on one of the PPTA’s committees as an advisor. “Our 75 years of solar design experience can be used to efficiently improve amenities at stops and shelters, and we look forward to assisting the association in any way we can.”

About PPTA

The Pennsylvania Public Transportation Association provides leadership, support and technical assistance through a unified voice to improve the quality of life for its community. The PPTA builds upon 37 years of collective history and sets the standard for the transportation industry into the 21st century by promoting awareness and support throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

About Urban Solar

Urban Solar manufactures solar power systems and commercial LED lighting solutions for applications including transit, transportation, parking lots, pathway and general illumination applications. With more than 75 years of design and manufacturing experience, Urban Solar delivers the highest level of solar powered LED illumination in an integrated, reliable and customer focused design.

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