TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 154: Developing, Enhancing, and Sustaining Tribal Transit Services: A Guidebook offers guidance about the various steps for planning and implementing a tribal transit system. The steps that are described may be used for planning a new transit system, enhancing an existing service, or taking action to sustain services.
The report also provides an overview of the tribal transit planning process.
The project that developed TCRP Report 154 also produced TCRP Web Document 54: Developing, Enhancing, and Sustaining Tribal Transit Services: Final Research Report, which documents the development of the TCRP Report 154.
In addition, the project also produced a 16-page full-color brochure, published in 2011 as "Native Americans on the Move: Challenges and Successes", with an accompanying PowerPoint presentation; and a PowerPoint presentation describing the entire project.
Table of Contents
|About This Guide||1-6|
|Chapter 1 - Planning Considerations||7-14|
|Chapter 2 - Overview of Planning Process||15-24|
|Chapter 3 - Inventory of Transportation Resources||25-29|
|Chapter 4 - Transportation Needs Assessment||30-39|
|Chapter 5 - Developing a Transit Vision, Goals, and Objectives||40-52|
|Chapter 6 - Environmental Issues||53-58|
|Chapter 7 - Transit Service Planning||59-91|
|Chapter 8 - Funding Tribal Transit Programs||92-117|
|Chapter 9 - Elements of Transit Program Implementation||118-161|
|Chapter 10 - Tribal Transit Program Case Studies||162-187|
|Appendix A - Glossary||188-190|
|Appendix B - Resources||191-194|
|Appendix C - Potential Funding Sources||195-225|
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