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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B - Survey Respondents." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Transit Agency Relationships and Initiatives to Improve Bus Stops and Pedestrian Access. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26166.
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B-1 Survey Respondents A P P E N D I X B City and State Agency Agency Type Service Area Population Total Buses (Fixed- Route) Total Passenger Trips (Fixed- Route Bus) Tucson, Arizona Transit Services Division – City of Tucson City or Municipality 721,338 246 15,205,419 Chico, California Butte County Association of Governments (AOG) COG or AOG 187,257 33 1,079,218 Lancaster, California Antelope Valley Transit Authority (AVTA) Transit Agency 349,050 75 2,442,282 Oceanside, California North County Transit District Transit Agency 849,420 166 6,508,713 San Diego, California San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) Transit Agency 2,462,707 639 47,837,312 San Francisco, California San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (Muni) City or Municipality 883,963 655 111,809,076 Santa Monica, California Big Blue Bus City or Municipality 855,918 200 13,187,418 Fort Collins, Colorado Transfort City or Municipality 164,207 48 2,938,958 Washington, District of Columbia District Department of Transportation City or Municipality 317,779 63 4,645,318 (continued on next page)

B-2 Transit Agency Relationships and Initiatives to Improve Bus Stops and Pedestrian Access Brooksville, Florida Hernando County Transit County 116,265 7 127,072 Cocoa, Florida Space Coast Area Transit County 579,130 67 2,118,469 South Daytona, Florida Votran County 494,593 82 3,202,754 St. Petersburg, Florida Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority Transit Agency 1,075,854 223 11,521,351 Tampa, Florida Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) Transit Agency 807,015 172 11,586,334 Athens, Georgia Athens-Clarke County Transit County 119,980 37 1,542,456 Chicago, Illinois Regional Transportation Authority of Northeastern Illinois Regional Authority N/A N/A N/A Baltimore, Maryland Maryland Transit Administration State DOT 7,811,145 918 67,617,288 Detroit, Michigan Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) City or Municipality 713,777 320 23,495,019 Kalamazoo, Michigan Central County Transportation Authority (Metro Transit) Transit Agency 209,555 36 2,671,067 Minneapolis, Minnesota Metro Transit (Metropolitan Council) MPO 1,837,223 886 54,910,461 City and State Agency Agency Type Service Area Population Total Buses (Fixed- Route) Total Passenger Trips (Fixed- Route Bus) Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City Area Transportation Authority Transit Agency 788,748 204 11,365,396 Missoula, Montana Missoula Urban Transportation District Transit Agency 73,340 27 1,570,567 Newark, New Jersey NJ Transit Transit Agency 10,594,013 2,468 151,640,635

Survey Respondents B-3 Santa Fe, New Mexico Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) MPO 89,284 32 930,253 Cary, North Carolina GoCary City or Municipality 163,763 9 209,563 Durham, North Carolina GoDurham City or Municipality 240,017 54 6,715,030 New York, New York New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) City or Municipality 8,622,698 33 506,901 Columbus, Ohio Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) Transit Agency 1,060,666 322 18,913,789 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma EMBARK Transit Agency 650,221 60 2,958,863 Astoria, Oregon Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) State DOT N/A N/A N/A Eugene, Oregon Lane Transit District Transit Agency 302,200 89 6,670,478 City and State Agency Agency Type Service Area Population Total Buses (Fixed- Route) Total Passenger Trips (Fixed- Route Bus) Medford, Oregon Rogue Valley Transportation District Transit Agency 132,022 29 1,158,601 Salem, Oregon Salem Area Mass Transit District, dba Cherriots Transit Agency 230,118 64 3,011,629 Providence, Rhode Island Rhode Island Public Transit Authority Transit Agency 1,048,319 240 16,339,054 Memphis, Tennessee Memphis Area Transit Authority City or Municipality 706,976 122 6,373,091 Austin, Texas Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority Transit Agency 1,261,412 446 27,495,126 El Paso, Texas Sun Metro City or Municipality 747,495 164 12,792,258 (continued on next page)

B-4 Transit Agency Relationships and Initiatives to Improve Bus Stops and Pedestrian Access Fort Worth, Texas Trinity Metro Transit Agency 879,939 156 5,228,822 San Antonio, Texas VIA Metropolitan Transit Transit Agency 1,958,578 508 38,312,659 Texas City, Texas Connect Transit – Gulf Coast Center Community Center 557,437 26 217,300 Salt Lake City, Utah Utah Transit Authority Transit Agency 1,883,504 578 19,624,935 Arlington, Virginia Arlington Transit Bureau County 226,300 65 2,994,223 Blacksburg, Virginia Blacksburg Transit City or Municipality 67,126 48 4,027,506 Hampton, Virginia Hampton Roads Transit Transit Agency 1,142,181 265 11,644,377 Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke Valley- Alleghany Regional Commission Regional Authority 97,032 52 1,988,986 Lakewood, Washington Pierce Transit County 561,771 172 8,654,242 Olympia, Washington Intercity Transit Transit Agency 185,500 69 3,763,430 City and State Agency Agency Type Service Area Population Total Buses (Fixed- Route) Total Passenger Trips (Fixed- Route Bus)

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In the United States, many transit stops are not adequate: bus stops that are just a signpost on a busy road, bus stops with broken sidewalks and/or pathway obstructions, bus stops with a lack of seating, and bus stops clearly not accessible to people with disabilities. For many bus riders, the journey to access and the wait at the bus stop are experiences that may inhibit their ability or desire to take the bus.

The TRB Transit Cooperative Research Program's TCRP Synthesis 152 Transit Agency Relationships and Initiatives to Improve Bus Stops and Pedestrian Access summarizes the current state of practice for bus stop and pedestrian infrastructure improvement programs and processes in place at transit agencies and other public organizations.

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