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Operational Experiences with Flexible Transit Services (2004)

Chapter: APPENDIX B - TRANSIT SYSTEMS RESPONDING TO THE SURVEY

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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX B - TRANSIT SYSTEMS RESPONDING TO THE SURVEY." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2004. Operational Experiences with Flexible Transit Services. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/23364.
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53 APPENDIX B Transit Systems Responding to the Survey ARC Transit, Palatka, Florida Capital Area Transit, Raleigh, North Carolina Central Oklahoma Transit and Parking Authority, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority, Corpus Christi, Texas Decatur Public Transit System, Decatur, Illinois Fort Worth Transportation Authority, Fort Worth, Texas Greater Richmond Transit Company, Richmond, Virginia Hampton Roads Transit, Hampton, Virginia Lane Transit District, Eugene, Oregon Madison County Transit, Granite City, Illinois Mason County Transit, Shelton, Washington Metro Regional Transit Authority, Akron, Ohio Metropolitan Transit System, San Diego, California Minnesota Valley Transit Authority, Burnsville, Minnesota Napa County Transportation Planning Agency, Napa, California Ottumwa Transit Authority, Ottumwa, Iowa Pierce Transit, Tacoma, Washington Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission, Woodbridge, Virginia River Valley Metro Mass Transit District, Kankakee, Illinois Sarasota County Area Transit, Venice, Florida St. Joseph Transit, St. Joseph, Missouri Tillamook County Transportation District, Tillamook, Oregon Tri-Met, Portland, Oregon Winnipeg Transit System, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Synthesis 53: Operational Experiences with Flexible Transit Services examines transit agency experiences with “flexible transit services,” including all types of hybrid services that are not pure demand-responsive (including dial-a-ride and Americans with Disabilities Act paratransit) or fixed-route services, but that fall somewhere in between those traditional service models.

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