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Partnerships Between Transit Agencies and Transportation Network Companies (2019)

Chapter: Appendix E - Inventory of Transit Agencies Involved in TNC Partnerships (known as of January 2018)

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix E - Inventory of Transit Agencies Involved in TNC Partnerships (known as of January 2018)." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Partnerships Between Transit Agencies and Transportation Network Companies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25425.
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APPENDIX E Inventory of Transit Agencies Involved in TNC Partnerships (known as of January 2018)

PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN TRANSIT AGENCIES AND TNCs | FINAL REPORT Transportation Research Board E-1 Geographic Area Transit Agency Atlanta, GA MARTA Baltimore, MD MTA BaltimoreLink Bend, OR Cascades East Transit (CET) Boston, MA MBTA Cape Cod, MA CCRTA Centennial, CO RTD (Denver) Chicago, IL Metra Cincinnati, OH Cincinnati Metro (SORTA) Columbus, OH COTA Dallas, TX DART Denton County, TX DCTA Dublin, CA LAVTA Durham, NC Go Transit NC, Go Triangle Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth Transportation Authority Greater Dayton, OH Greater Dayton RTA Las Vegas, NV Las Vegas RTC Los Angeles, CA LA Metro & Sound Transit (MoD Grant) Maricopa County, AZ Valley Metro Rail Memphis, TN MATA MSP, MN-WI Metro Transit Nashville, TN Nashville MTA New Orleans, LA New Orleans RTA New York, NY New York MTA Philadelphia area, PA SEPTA Phoenix, AZ Phoenix Public Transit Department/Valley Metro Pierce County, WA Pierce Transit Pima County, AZ Pima County RTA Pinnelas County, FL PSTA Portland, OR TriMet Richmond, VA GRTC Sacramento, CA Sacramento Regional Transit (RT Station Link) San Antonio, TX Via Metropolitan Transit

PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN TRANSIT AGENCIES AND TNCs | FINAL REPORT Transportation Research Board E-2 Geographic Area Transit Agency San Bernardino County, CA Omnitrans San Clemente, CA OCTA (SC Ride) San Diego, CA MTS San Francisco, CA Caltrain San Joaquin County, CA RTD (San Joaquin) San Mateo County, CA SamTrans Santa Monica, CA Big Blue Bus Seattle, WA KC Metro Solano County, CA Solano Transportation Authority South King County, WA Sound Transit Southern CA Metrolink (CA) St. Lucie County, FL St. Lucie County Transit Division Summit, NJ NJ Transit Washington, D.C. WMATA York County, PA RabbitTransit

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TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Research Report 204: Partnerships Between Transit Agencies and Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) is designed to help transit agencies that have decided to pursue partnerships with one or more TNCs. The report provides information on where, when, and how partnerships between transit agencies and TNCs should be considered and pursued.

As new mobility service providers emerge, many public transit agencies have partnered, or are in the process of partnering, with such providers. Among these providers are TNCs. While partnerships between transit agencies and private mobility providers are not new, partnerships with TNCs create unique opportunities and challenges as both parties work toward mutually beneficial program models.

TCRP Report 204 provides 20 in-depth case studies of partnerships between transit agencies and TNCs. Its Partnership Playbook synthesizes lessons learned from these case studies and provides step-by-step practical guidance for transit practitioners on how they should be considered and pursued.

The report provides an up-to-date guide on partnerships between transit agencies and TNCs in all stages of development and realization. It covers partnerships developed with several target markets in mind, including:

  • First/last-mile connections to transit;
  • Customers of ADA Paratransit and Demand-Response Services;
  • People traveling in lower density environments;
  • People with late night travel needs; and
  • People with occasional trip needs (e.g. guaranteed ride home).
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