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Transforming Public Transportation Institutional and Business Models
Available in: Category: Management and Administration,Transit Personnel Publish Date: 12/17/2012
TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 159: Transforming Public Transportation Institutional and Business Models guides institutions and businesses in planning and implementing major change in their business models. The report particularly focuses on change in public transportation operation and maintenance.

Transit Acronym Dictionary
Available in: Hardcopy Category: National RTAP,Transit Personnel Publish Date: 07/29/2020
The National RTAP Resource Center has compiled a list of transit acronyms and their definitions. While this is not a comprehensive list, it will be updated frequently. The list includes government agencies, industry-wide organizations, legislation and phrases used in the transit literature. If you would like to submit an acronym for inclusion, please email the acronym and its definition to info@nationalrtap.org for consideration for the next update of this dictionary.

Transit Advertising Sales Agreements
Available in: Category: Management and Administration Publish Date: 01/01/2004
TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Synthesis 51: Transit Advertising Sales Agreements discusses current experiences of transit agencies with regard to advertising sales agreement, and offers guidelines on sales, contracts and display.

Transit Agency Intergovernmental Agreements: Common Issues and Solutions
Available in: Category: Programs and Regulations,Management and Administration Publish Date: 12/17/2012
Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Legal Research Digest 42: Transit Agency Intergovernmental Agreements: Common Issues and Solutions enhances understanding of issues related to transit agencies negotiating intergovernmental agreements (IGAs) and memoranda of understandings (MOUs). An accompanying disc (available as a file that you can burn onto a CD yourself) is accessible via the Website Link. The disc contains over 100 sample IGAs and MOUs.

Transit Agency Participation in Medicaid Transportation Programs
Available in: Category: Programs and Regulations,Management and Administration Publish Date: 01/01/2006
TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Synthesis 65: Transit Agency Participation in Medicaid Transportation Programs discusses the barriers in creating Non-Emergency Medical Transportation partnerships with public transit agencies, and tries to dispel myths about the difficulties about such partnerships.

For recent Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) guidance, see Medicaid Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Booklet for Providers.

Transit and Human Trafficking
Available in: eLearning Category: Safety and Security,National RTAP,Transit Personnel Publish Date: 06/01/2019
Busing on the Lookout's Transit and Human Trafficking training course is available on the National RTAP eLearning platform. As members of the bus industry are uniquely positioned to provide an extra set of eyes and ears for law enforcement, this training helps them learn the signs of trafficking and how to help. The course contains a documentary video, a red flags video and resources for transit drivers. Learners can take an assessment and receive a certificate of completion.

Transit and Livability: Results from the National Community Livability Survey
Available in: Category: Statistics and Data,Planning and Design,Rider Groups Publish Date: 12/01/2018
The Small Urban and Rural Livability Center (SURLC) and the National Center for Transit Research (NCTR) prepared the report Transit and Livability: Results from the National Community Livability Survey for the U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT).  A survey was distributed to 25,000 adults across all 50 U.S. states. Affordable transportation options was found to be one of the most important factors for livability in non-metro areas. A subset of the survey was responded to by transit riders. In non-metro areas, 18.8% or respondents rode public transit 2-3 days/week and 35.4% started riding transit because of the convenience.

Transit at the Table III: A Guide to Effective Participation in Statewide Decisionmaking for Transit Agencies in Non-Urbanized Areas
Available in: Category: Programs and Regulations,Planning and Design Publish Date: 09/30/2011
This FTA report, Transit at the Table III: A Guide to Effective Participation in Statewide Decisionmaking for Transit Agencies in Non-Urbanized Areas, chronicles the involvement of transit stakeholders in statewide planning initiatives, focusing on rural areas. 

Transit Automation Technologies: A Review of Transit Agency Perspective
Available in: Category: Safety and Security,Statistics and Data,Transit Operations,Capital Assets Publish Date: 02/01/2020
The Upper Great Plaints Transportation Institute's Transit Automation Technologies: A Review of Transit Agency Perspective conducted a national survey and received 157 responses from rural transit agencies and 67 from small-urban transit agencies. In general, transit agencies believed transit vehicles with all Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) levels (1 to 5) can promote safety. There were concerns regarding higher levels of automated transit vehicles (SAE levels 4 and 5). Transit agencies feel that those vehicles would still need an operator/agent to provide focused customer support and monitor the operating environment. More than 80% of rural and small-urban transit agencies stated that they were not interested in operating fully automated shuttles in the near future.

Transit Bus Automation Market Assessment
Available in: Category: Transit Operations,Capital Assets Publish Date: 04/30/2020
FTA's Transit Bus Automation Market Assessment is a culmination of research on conceptual ideas, prototypes, and commercially available products related to automated vehicle technologies for transit bus operations. The emerging automated transit bus market has received enthusiastic media coverage, but stakeholders may not clearly understand the difference between conceptual ideas, prototype systems, and available products. To help align expectations with reality and assist in transit agency planning, this market assessment report conveys the state of automated transit bus technology in terms of its availability, capabilities, and limitations. It aims to inform the Federal Transit Administration, transit agencies, and other transit industry stakeholders interested in und...