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of these techniques to park and ride/intermodal BIBLIOGRAPHY commuter facilities were conducted. AASHTO Guide for Park and Ride Facilities, 2nd Edition, 3. Developing criteria and performance mea- American Association of State Highway and Trans- sures, beyond those developed in this report, portation Officials, 2009. for quantifying the success and productiv- Adopted Operating and Capital Budget, Fiscal Year 2010/ ity of a park and ride/intermodal commuter 2011, Valley Metro Regional Public Transportation program. The development of criteria would Authority, Phoenix, Arizona, 2009. assist in determining what constitutes success Biennial Report on the Condition of and Investment Needed and provide a justifiable basis for evaluat- to Maintain and Operate the Existing Surface Trans- ing programs and conducting comparisons portation Infrastructure for FY2011 and FY2012, between them. Virginia Department of Transportation, September 15, 4. Developing a standardized metric for: 2009. Change in Motion, Transportation 2035 Plan for the Staffing Levels: Determining appropriate San Francisco Bay Area, Final Transportation 2035, staffing levels for park and ride/intermodal Metropolitan Transportation Commission, April 2009. commuter programs. Many of the surveyed Colorado Statute: Title 32: Special District, Article 9: managers suggest more staff is needed; Regional Transportation District Act. Section 32-9-107: however, there is no documentation in the Mass Transportation System, August 25, 2009. literature to determine appropriate levels Commuter Services Funding, Virginia Department of Rail based on service requirements. and Public Transportation: http://www.drpt.virginia. Asset Management and Inventory: There gov/activities/csfunding.aspx. is no standardized metric for interpreting Connecting Maine--Multimodal Six-Year Transportation asset management and inventories as they Capital Improvement Plan, State FYs 2010-2015, pertain to park and ride/intermodal com- Maine Department of Transportation, 2009. Connecting Maine, Planning our Transportation Future, muter facilities. Specifically, it is difficult Multimodal Six-Year Transportation Capital Improve- to determine what comprises an asset ment Plan 20102015, Maine Department of Trans- inventory, how often the inventory should portation, 2010. be updated, and how the information should Connecting Maine, Planning our Transportation be used. Standardization could improve Future, Statewide Long-Range Transportation Plan efficiency, help prioritize needs, and aid in 20082030, Maine Department of Transportation, the allocation of program resources. July 2010. 5. Performing an assessment of the public or DRPT Administered State Aid Grant Programs, Virginia customer preferences and attitudes relating to Department of Rail and Public Transportation, 2008. the imposition of user fees and the provision of Evaluation of Shared Use Park & Ride Impact on Prop- customer amenities at park and ride/intermodal erties, National Center for Transit Research, 2004. Federal-Aid Funding Programs, Planning, Environment & commuter facilities. Realty, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal 6. Conducting a comprehensive review of state Highway Administration: http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/ laws governing state park and ride/intermodal hep/funding.htm. (Accessed in 2010.) commuter facilities. Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program 7. Performing a review and assessment of emerg- (FSTIP) 2008/20092011/2012, State of California, ing technologies at park and ride/intermodal California Department of Transportation, October commuter facilities, especially regarding their 2008. practicality, benefits, and effects. Finance Work Program Budget, Florida Department of 8. Conducting a follow-up and larger study of Transportation, June 30, 2010. state park and ride/intermodal commuter Fiscal Year 20102011, VDOT Annual Budget, Virginia services and facilities to determine if the find- Department of Transportation, June 2010. Five Year Work Program 20112015--Amended, ings of this research are representative. The District 06, Office of Work Program, Florida Depart- effort may benefit from a review of facilities ment of Transportation, September 19, 2010. by class, size, or type, recognizing that ser- Future Highway and Public Transportation Finance, vices differ and vary accordingly when com- National Chamber Foundation, prepared by Cam- paring facilities, services, and management bridge Systematics, Inc., Mercator Advisors, LLC, and methods. Alan E. Pisarski, May 2005. 43

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