International Association of Transportation Regulators (IATR)
Multi-Modal Mobility Innovation For All!
The International Association of Transportation Regulators (IATR) is a non-profit, professional association of government transportation officials.
Founded in 1989, the IATR is primarily an educational organization that shares information and best practices among a wide variety of government agencies that license, regulate and/or contract with for-hire ground transportation services.
These regulated industries include: taxicabs; micro-transit; micro-mobility; buses & motor coaches; black cars & limousines; paratransit & non-emergency medical transport; and Transportation Network Companies (TNCs).
IATR members are comprised of subdivisions of international and domestic cities, states & provinces, as well as federal & quasi-governmental entities, such as airports, departments of transportation and motor vehicles, planning agencies, public utilities commissions, and taxi commissions.
The IATR’s organizational motto and mission is “Multi-Modal Mobility Innovation For All!”, by furthering the principles of transportation equity (affordability & accessibility), sustainability, health and safety, technology innovation & automation, open public data, and sound multi-modal governance.