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Use of Taxis in Public Transportation for People with Disabilities and Older Adults (2016)

Chapter: Appendix A - List of Transit Agency Respondents

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - List of Transit Agency Respondents ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2016. Use of Taxis in Public Transportation for People with Disabilities and Older Adults. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24628.
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65 APPENDIX A List of Transit Agency Respondents REsPoNDENTs Access Services, El Monte, California Ann Arbor Area (Michigan) Transportation Authority Arlington County, Virginia (ART & STAR) Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, Hyannis, Massachusetts Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Austin, Texas Central Ohio Transit Authority, Columbus, Ohio Centre Area Transportation Authority, State College, Pennsylvania City of Alexandria DOT Paratransit, Alexandria, Virginia City of Kokomo, Indiana City of Pendleton, Oregon City of Raleigh Transit–Capital Area Transit, Raleigh, North Carolina City of Scottsdale (Arizona) Transportation Department—Cab Connection Program City of Torrance Transit System, Torrance, California DATA ACCESS, Durham, North Carolina Des Moines (Iowa) Area Regional Transit Authority GO Transit, Oshkosh, Wisconsin LADOT, Los Angeles, California Lane Transit District, Springfield, Oregon Link Transit, Wenatchee, Washington Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority, Livermore, California Long Beach Transit Dial-A-Lift, Long Beach, California Madison Metro, Madison, Wisconsin Maryland Transit Administration, Baltimore, Maryland Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Boston, Massachusetts Milwaukee County Transit System, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Monterey-Salinas Transit District, Monterey, California Montgomery County Division of Transit Services, Rockville, Maryland MV Transportation/City of Phoenix, Arizona Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority, Madison, Tennessee New York City Transit—Department of Buses–Paratransit Division Orange County (California) Transportation Authority Pace Suburban Bus, Chicago, Illinois Pomona Valley Transportation Authority, La Verne California Port Authority of Allegheny County (ACCESS Transportation Systems), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Regional Transportation District, Denver, Colorado San Francisco (California) Municipal Transportation Agency San Mateo County Transit District, San Carlos, California Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District, Santa Cruz, California SunLine Transit Agency, Thousand Palms, California Transit Authority of River City, Louisville, Kentucky Tri County Metropolitan Transit District, Portland, Oregon Valley Metro/Regional Public Transit Authority, Phoenix, Arizona Washington County Transit, Hagerstown, Maryland Whatcom Transportation Authority, Bellingham, Washington WMATA, Washington, D.C.

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TRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Synthesis 119: Use of Taxis in Public Transportation for People with Disabilities and Older Adults explores and summarizes how taxis may be used by public transportation agencies to provide disabled or older adults with greater mobility and access to their destinations. The report also identifies potential advantages and challenges that public transportation agencies may face when using taxis.

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