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Table 3: POTENTIAL COORDINATED TRANSPORTATION BENEFITS: PERFORMANCE MEASURES Factor Desired or Expected Change Performance Measures Number of passenger trips Higher Number of passenger trips per service area population Higher Passenger trips per vehicle mile Higher Passenger trips per vehicle hour Higher Number of driver hours per passenger trip Lower Number of admin staff hours per passenger trip Lower Cost per vehicle hour Lower Cost per vehicle mile Lower Cost per passenger trip Lower Community benefits: Economic activity Higher Economic growth Higher Nursing home admissions per 1,000 population Lower Table 4: POTENTIAL COORDINATED TRANSPORTATION BENEFITS: SERVICE ATTRIBUTE ASSESSMENTS Factor Desired or Expected Change Service Attribute Assessments Acceptability Greater Accessibility Greater Adaptability Greater Affordability Greater Availability Greater Chapter 2 Coordination Details: Benefits, Costs, and Barriers 27