This year’s Holiday Party at the Hukilau Hawaiian Village was a resounding success! Over 80 members and guests enjoyed great food and drinks at a very picturesque venue and were treated to some awesome entertainment, some of it provided by our very own members!
We also made a significant donation to the City of Scottsdale Vista del Camino Food Bank, collecting $365 in cash, along with a large box of non-perishable food items. Thank you to everyone who made a donation and special thanks to Jeff Jenq who did an excellent job capturing highlights of the event in the slideshow below!
Thank you to all of our members for another successful year and we would like to wish you all Happy Holidays and best wishes for a safe and Happy New Year!
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The National Transportation Operations Coalition (NTOC) distributes a newsletter every other Wednesday, pulling together articles from a variety of sources, including state DOTs, transportation journals, and local and national media websites. The latest news, as well as information on signing up for the newsletter, are available here.
The following are some articles of interest from the latest NTOC Talks Newsletter: