TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Research Report 861: Best Practices in Rural Regional Mobility addresses the role of state transit program policies and regional planning agencies in the development of services that fall in the middle ground between intercity bus service and rural public transportation. This middle ground is defined as rural regional services. The report provides lessons learned on how to address needs for rural regional mobility, and includes a checklist for developing a rural regional route.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Rural Regional Defined||1-7|
|Chapter 2 - Literature Review||8-18|
|Chapter 3 - Identification of Case Studies||19-33|
|Chapter 4 - Case Studies||34-108|
|Chapter 5 - Lessons Learned Toolkit||109-129|
|Chapter 6 - Developing a Rural Regional Route Checklist||130-134|
|Appendix A - Ratio of Intercity 5311 Subrecipients and Subrecipients That Serve Multi-State Areas||136-137|
|Appendix B - Bus Facilities Serving Intercity and Local Regions||138-142|
|Appendix C - Rural Regional Mobility Survey||143-175|
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