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55 APPENDIX A Public Transportation Systems Interviewed Table A.1, Table A.2, and Table A.3 list the systems with Recommendations from members of AASHTO's Standing which interviews were completed for TCRP Project H-34. The Committee on Public Transportation (SCOPT), and list of candidate systems was compiled based on the following: Recommendations from state department of transporta- tion MTAP representatives. The research team's knowledge of varied local and regional funding arrangements, Interviews were completed with over 60 systems in 27 Recommendations from the TCRP Project H-34 Panel, states covering every major region of the country as well as Recommendations made by APTA State Affairs Commit- other systems and community organizations useful in assess- tee members, including both state department of trans- ing local and regional funding alternatives. portation transit program managers and state transit asso- ciation managers,

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56 Table A.1. Interviews completed with rural and small urban systems. Rural and Small Urban Systems State Rural or Small Urban 1 Baldwin Rural Area Transit System Alabama Rural Eureka Springs Transit Arkansas Rural Fort Smith Transit Arkansas Small Urban Special Transit Colorado Small Urban/Rural 5 County Express Colorado Small Urban/Rural Unified Government Athens-Clark County Georgia Small Urban/Rural Greater Lafayette Public Transportation Corp. Indiana Iowa Northland Regional COG Iowa Rural Marshalltown Municipal Transit Iowa Small Urban 10 Harper County Public Transportation Services Kansas Rural Paducah Area Transit System Kentucky Small Urban Annapolis Transit Maryland Small Urban Van Buren Public Transit Michigan Rural Ontonagon County Public Transit Michigan Small Urban 15 St. Joseph Transit Missouri Small Urban Jefferson City Transit Missouri Small Urban Ottawa County Transportation Agency Ohio Rural Licking County Transportation Services Ohio Small Urban Big Five Community Services, Inc. Oklahoma Rural 20 Columbia Area Transit, Hood River County Oregon Rural Arrow Public Transit South Dakota Rural Advance Transit Vermont Rural Park City Transit Utah Rural Pullman Transit Washington Rural

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57 Table A.2. Interviews completed with urbanized area systems (200,000 to 1,000,000 population). Urbanized Area Systems (200,000 to 1,000,000 population) State 1 Transit Authority of River City (TARC), Louisville Kentucky Mass Transportation Authority (MTA), Flint Michigan Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA), Lansing Michigan Interurban Transportation Partnership (The Rapid), Grand Rapids Michigan 5 Coast Transit Authority-Biloxi-Gulfport Mississippi Capital Area Transportation Authority (CDTA), Albany New York Central New York Regional Transportation Authority (CENTRO), Syracuse New York Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority Ohio Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority, Oklahoma City Oklahoma 10 Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority (LANTA), Allentown Pennsylvania Chattanooga Area Regional Transit Authority Tennessee Capital Metro, Austin Texas Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority Texas CitiBus, Lubbock Texas 15 UTA Transit Authority (UTA), Salt Lake City Utah Hampton Roads Transportation District Commission Virginia Spokane Transit Authority Washington

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58 Table A.3. Interviews completed with urbanized area systems in areas with population over 1,000,000. Urbanized Area Systems in Areas with Population over 1,000,000 State 1 Bay Area Rapid Transit Authority (BART), San Francisco California San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (MUNI), San Francisco California Denver Regional Transportation District Colorado Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority, Orlando Florida 5 Miami Dade Transit, Miami Florida Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART), Tampa Florida Regional Transportation Authority (RTA), Chicago Illinois Chicago Transit Authority Illinois Chicago Region - PACE Illinois 10 Chicago Region - Metra Illinois Metro Transit, Minneapolis-St. Paul Minnesota SouthWest Transit Commission Minnesota Bi-State Development Agency (Metro), St. Louis Missouri St. Clair County Transit, Illinois Missouri 15 Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC), Las Vegas Nevada New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), New York New York Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District Oregon of Oregon (TriMet), Portland Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris Co. Texas Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Virginia 20 Potomac-Rappahannock Transportation Commission Virginia King County Metro, Seattle Washington Sound Transit, Seattle Washington