Arkansas Statewide Public Transit Needs Assessment. James Wensley Senior Transportation Planner. Purpose of Study. Develop a statewide, regional and county-level assessment of public transportation needs Develop service recommendations to address those needsBy hop
Erika Grether Meghan Lockwood. Transportation. How Have US Driving Habits Changed Since 1970?. In 1970, there were about 150 million people of driving age in the US Of those 150 million, 115 million actually had drivers licensesBy erol
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Public Transit in Sacramento. Jeffrey Damon, AICP Director, Long Range Planning Sacramento Regional Transit District May 4, 2015. Regional Overview. What is “Transit” in Sacramento?
River Cities Public Transit. Pierre, South Dakota. Points of Emphasis. Show River Cities Public Transit operations Explain the growth in operations Illustrate RCPT’s ridership Our seniors and people with disabilities count on our subsidized rides
Public Transit Performance Measurement. Measure What Really Matters Jerry Benson, Ph.D. Chief Operating Officer Utah Transit Authority September 13, 2010. Misguided Measurement Misdirects Policy. Measure What Really Matters?. Economic health Social justice Environmental protection.
New Public Transit Alliance Funding Public Transit Summit September 23, 2008. RIPTA At-A-Glance. FY 2009 Budget: $101.2 million Operates 3,300 daily trips on 58 statewide fixed routes Operates 9.3 million fixed-route vehicle miles annually Utilizes 2.5 million gallons of diesel fuel per year
FY2010 Iowa Public Transit Programs. Presented to Iowa Transportation Commission Monday, June 8, 2009 By Peter Hallock Office of Public Transit. Iowa Public Transit Programs. Formula Programs State Transit Assistance (STA) Federal Urbanized , Non-urbanized & Special Needs Programs
Eastern Shore Public Transit Study. Gresham Smith & Partners McDonald Transit Associates February 2008. Purpose of the Study. Identify transportation needs for residents, employers, and visitors in the cities of Daphne, Fairhope, and Spanish Fort
Advanced Public Transit Systems (APTS). Transit ITS. CEE582. APTS Products/Services. Service (Fleet) Management Customer Information Service Performance Monitoring Vehicle Performance Monitoring Incident Response Wireless Communications. CEE582. APTS Products/Services.
2009 Michigan Public Transit Conference. Jackie Shinn, Chief Deputy Director Michigan Department of Transportation. Proposed Transit Agenda. Document and Track System Condition Document Economic Benefits Focus on Efficiencies Planning for a Reduced Program ???. Revenue Issues.
Title VI and Public Transit. Service and Fare Equity Analyses APTA Marketing Seminar February 2015. Title VI Basic Principles. Civil Rights Act of 1964 product of nationwide movement against racial discrimination Kennedy identified “simple justice” as justification for Title VI