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106 A P P E N D I X B List of Survey Respondents Agency City State 2018 Annual Trips Area Type Served1 Type of Organ- ization 2 Aberdeen Ride Line Aberdeen SD ≤ 4 million R P Abilities Plus Kewanee IL ≤ 4 million R N Advance Transit Wilder VT ≤ 4 million R N Area Transportation Authority Johnsonburg PA ≤ 4 million R,U P Arkansas DOT Little Rock AR 4-10 million R P Arrowhead Transit Virginia MN ≤ 4 million R N Asheville Rides Transit Asheville NC ≤ 4 million S,U P Baltimore County Department of Public Works Towson MD ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Beaver County Transit Authority Rochester PA ≤ 4 million R,U P Bois Forte Band of Chippewa Nett Lake MN ≤ 4 million R P Boone County Government Belvidere IL ≤ 4 million R P Brainerd & Crow Wing Public Transit Brainerd MN ≤ 4 million R P Brazos Transit District Bryan TX ≤ 4 million R,U P Broward County Transit Plantation FL ≥ 10 million U P Cache Valley Transit District Logan UT ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Casco Bay Island Transit District Portland ME ≤ 4 million R,U P Casper Area Transportation Coalition, Inc./City of Casper Casper WY ≤ 4 million S,U O Cavalier County Transit Langdon ND ≤ 4 million R P

List of Survey Respondents 107   Charles County Maryland Government La Plata MD ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Agency City State 2018 Annual Trips Area Type Served1 Type of Organ- ization 2 Cities Area Transit Grand Forks ND ≤ 4 million U P City of Billings/MET Transit Billings MT ≤ 4 million S,U P City of Cottonwood/ Cottonwood Area Transit Cottonwood AZ ≤ 4 million R P City of Huntsville, Alabama Public Transit Huntsville AL ≤ 4 million R,S,U P City of Las Cruces/ RoadRUNNER Transit Las Cruces NM ≤ 4 million S,U P City of Las Vegas Meadow City Express Las Vegas NM ≤ 4 million R P City of Morris Transit Morris MN ≤ 4 million R P City of Pasadena Pasadena CA ≤ 4 million U P City of South Portland Bus Service South Portland ME ≤ 4 million U P City of Wilson/Wilson Transit System Wilson NC ≤ 4 million R P ClasTran Birmingham AL ≤ 4 million R F Coastal Regional Commission Darien GA ≤ 4 million R,S P Collier Area Transit Naples FL ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Columbus County Transportation Whiteville NC ≤ 4 million R P Corridor MPO Cedar Rapids IA ≤ 4 million S,U P CorridorRides Cedar Rapids IA ≤ 4 million R P Craven Area Rural Transit System New Bern NC ≤ 4 million R,U P CTAA Washington DC ≤ 4 million R,S,U O Davidson County Transportation System Lexington NC ≤ 4 million R,U P Champaign County Urbana IL ≤ 4 million R P

108 Innovative Practices for Transit Planning at Small to Mid-Sized Agencies Agency City State 2018 Annual Trips Area Type Served1 Type of Organ- ization 2 DeKalb County Rural Public Transportation Fort Payne AL ≤ 4 million R,U P Downeast Community Partners Ellsworth ME ≤ 4 million R N Duluth Transit Authority Duluth MN ≤ 4 million S,U P Duplin County Public Transportation Kenansville NC ≤ 4 million R P East Central Iowa Council of Governments Cedar Rapids IA ≤ 4 million R P East Chicago Transit East Chicago IN ≤ 4 million U P East Tennessee Human Resource Agency Knoxville TN ≤ 4 million R,U P Fayette Area Coordinated Transportation Lemont Furnace PA ≤ 4 million U P Flint Hills Area Transportation Agency Manhattan KS ≤ 4 million R,U N Fort Smith Transit Fort Smith AR ≤ 4 million U P Franklin Regional Transit Authority Greenfield MA ≤ 4 million R P Fulton County Rural Transit CANTON IL ≤ 4 million R P Gaston County ACCESS Gastonia NC ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Glen Ullin Transportation Glen Ullin ND ≤ 4 million R P Golden Empire Transit District Bakersfield CA 4-10 million S,U P Golden Valley/Billings County Council on Aging Beach ND ≤ 4 million R N GoRaleigh Transit Service Raleigh NC 4-10 million U P Greater Peoria Mass Transit District Peoria IL ≤ 4 million R,U P Greene County Transportation Snow Hill NC ≤ 4 million R P Harford Transit LINK/Harford County Government Abingdon MD ≤ 4 million R P Hibbing Area Transit Hibbing MN ≤ 4 million R,S,U P

List of Survey Respondents 109   Agency City State 2018 Annual Trips Area Type Served1 Type of Organ- ization 2 Humboldt Transit Authority Eureka CA ≤ 4 million R P Indiana County Transit Authority Indiana PA ≤ 4 million R P Indiana DOT Indianapolis IN ≤ 4 million R,S,U O Interior Alaska Bus Line, Inc. Tok AK ≤ 4 million R P Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership Madison SD ≤ 4 million R N Ionia Dial-A-Ride Ionia MI ≤ 4 million R P Iowa Northland Regional Transit Commission-Region 7 Waterloo IA ≤ 4 million R P Iredell County Area Transit System Statesville NC ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Jackson Transit Authority Jackson TN ≤ 4 million U P Jacksonville Transportation Authority Jacksonville FL ≥ 10 million R,S,U P James River Senior Citizens Center, Inc./James River Transit Jamestown ND ≤ 4 million R,U P,N Kanabec County Mora MN ≤ 4 million R P Kendall Area Transit Yorkville IL ≤ 4 million R,S N Lakeland Area Mass Transit District Lakeland FL ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Lee-Russell Council of Governments Opelika AL ≤ 4 million R,U P Lenoir County Transit Kinston NC ≤ 4 million R P Lower Anthracite Transportation System Mount Carmel PA ≤ 4 million R,U P Madison County Transportation Authority Marshall NC ≤ 4 million R P Manatee County Area Transit Bradenton FL ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Manchester Transit Authority Manchester NH ≤ 4 million U P

110 Innovative Practices for Transit Planning at Small to Mid-Sized Agencies Agency City State 2018 Annual Trips Area Type Served1 Type of Organ- ization 2 Marion Senior Services, Inc./Marion Transit Ocala FL ≤ 4 million R,S,U N Marshalltown Municipal Transit Marshalltown IA ≤ 4 million U P Martin County Transit Williamston NC ≤ 4 million R P Mercer County Regional COG Hermitage PA ≤ 4 million U P Metropolitan Transit Authority of Black Hawk County Waterloo IA ≤ 4 million U P Minot City Transit Minot ND ≤ 4 million S P Missoula Ravalli TMA Missoula MT ≤ 4 million R,U N Mitchell County Transportation Bakersville NC ≤ 4 million R P Monroe County Transportation Authority Scotrun PA ≤ 4 million R,U P Mountain Line Transit Authority Morgantown WV ≤ 4 million R,U P Mountain Line/NAIPTA Flagstaff AZ ≤ 4 million U P Mountain Mobility Asheville NC ≤ 4 million R,S,U P New Castle Area Transit Authority New Castle PA ≤ 4 million R P New Mexico DOT Transit Bureau Santa Fe NM ≤ 4 million R,S,U P North Central Area Transit Ottawa IL ≤ 4 million R P Northwest Dakota Public Transit Williston ND ≤ 4 million R N Okanogan County Transit Authority/TranGO Okanogan WA ≤ 4 million R P Palm Tran West Palm Beach FL ≤ 4 million S,U P Pasco County Public Transportation Port Richey FL ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Paul Bunyan Transit Bemidji MN ≤ 4 million R P

List of Survey Respondents 111   Agency City State 2018 Annual Trips Area Type Served1 Type of Organ- ization 2 Pembina County Meals & Transportation Drayton ND ≤ 4 million R N People’s Transit Huron SD ≤ 4 million R N Piatt County Public Transportation Monticello IL ≤ 4 million R P Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation Greensboro NC ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Pike Area Transit System Troy AL ≤ 4 million R P Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority St. Petersburg FL ≥ 10 million S,U P Prairie Hills Transit Spearfish SD ≤ 4 million R P Quincy Transit Lines Quincy IL ≤ 4 million R,S P Region 2 Transit Mason City IA ≤ 4 million R P Region XII Council of Governments, Inc. Carroll IA ≤ 4 million R P Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County Reno NV 4-10 million S,U P Rides Mass Transit District Harrisburg IL ≤ 4 million R,U P Rio Metro Regional Transit District Albuquerque NM ≤ 4 million R,S,U P River Bend Transit Davenport IA ≤ 4 million R,U N River Cities Public Transit Pierre SD ≤ 4 million R P Riverside Transit Agency Riverside CA 4-10 million S,U P Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Glenwood Springs CO 4-10 million R P Rock Region METRO North Little Rock AR ≤ 4 million S,U P Rockin’ 66 Express Milan NM ≤ 4 million R P Rogue Valley Transportation District Medford OR ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Sampson Area Transportation Clinton NC ≤ 4 million R P

112 Innovative Practices for Transit Planning at Small to Mid-Sized Agencies Agency City State 2018 Annual Trips Area Type Served1 Type of Organ- ization 2 Schuylkill County Transportation Authority St. Clair PA ≤ 4 million R P Senior Meals & Services, Inc. Devils Lake ND ≤ 4 million R P Shasta Regional Transportation Agency Redding CA ≤ 4 million S,U P Shawnee Mass Transit District Vienna IL ≤ 4 million R P Shore Transit Division, Tri- County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland Salisbury MD ≤ 4 million R,U P SHOW BUS Public Transportation Chenoa IL ≤ 4 million R N Souris Basin Transportation Minot ND ≤ 4 million R N South Central Adult Services Valley City ND ≤ 4 million R N South Central Transit Authority Lancaster PA 4-10 million R,S,U P South Metro Area Regional Transit Wilsonville OR ≤ 4 million U P Southeast Iowa Regional Planning Commission (Region 16) West Burlington IA ≤ 4 million R P Southeast Tennessee Human Resource Agency Dunlap TN ≤ 4 million R N Southern Iowa Trolley Creston IA ≤ 4 million R P Southwest Iowa Transit Agency (Region 13) Atlantic IA ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Space Coast Area Transit Cocoa FL ≤ 4 million R,S P St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners-Transit Division Fort Pierce FL ≤ 4 million R,S P Standing Rock Public Transit Fort Yates ND ≤ 4 million R N Stark County Council on Aging Elder Care Dickinson ND ≤ 4 million R N

List of Survey Respondents 113   Agency City State 2018 Annual Trips Area Type Served1 Type of Organ- ization 2 Sullivan County Transportation Claremont NH ≤ 4 million R N Take Me There Saint James MN ≤ 4 million R P Topeka Metropolitan Transit Agency Topeka KS ≤ 4 million S,U P Town of Red River Red River NM ≤ 4 million R P Transit Services of Frederick County Frederick MD ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Transportation Lincoln County Lincolnton NC ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Union County Transportation Monroe NC ≤ 4 million R,S,U P VINE Faith in Action Mankato MN ≤ 4 million R P Walsh County Transportation Park River ND ≤ 4 million R P Warren Achievement Center, Inc. Monmouth IL ≤ 4 million R N Warren County Transit Authority Warren PA ≤ 4 million R P Washington County Transportation Authority Washington PA ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Webb County Community Action Agency Laredo TX ≤ 4 million R P West Alabama Public Transportation Demopolis AL ≤ 4 million R N Westmoreland County Transit Authority Greensburg PA ≤ 4 million R,S,U P Wildrose Public Transportation Wildrose ND ≤ 4 million R P York County Community Action Corporation Sanford ME ≤ 4 million R,S N 1 R = Rural, S = Suburban and U = Urban 2 P = public transit agency, government or other public entity; N = nonprofit or human services agency; F = for- profit private transportation provider or transportation contractor; and O = other

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Diverse small and mid-sized transit agencies are very interested in finding solutions for their transit planning challenges. They will benefit from seeing how similar agencies deal with their transit service issues. Large transit agencies could also apply what is learned to sub-areas in their transit service area that are comparable to the service area of a small or mid-sized transit agency.

The TRB Transit Cooperative Research Program's TCRP Synthesis 154: Innovative Practices for Transit Planning at Small to Mid-Sized Agencies documents innovative practices for solving transit planning challenges faced by small and mid-sized transit agencies. These challenges include but are not limited to concerns about ridership, demographic shifts, first- and last-mile transportation, changes in land use, changes in regulations, service design, funding challenges, service delivery, and technology changes. These challenges are applicable to fixed-route, flex-route, and demand-responsive transit services.

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