Rural Integrated National Transit Database (iNTD)
The Integrated National Transit Database (iNTD) compiles multiple years of NTD data and allows users to easily retrieve and analyze data. iNTD includes an Urban Module and a Rural Module and both are part of the Florida Transit Information System, created by Florida International University for Florida DOT. The Rural Module is sponsored by National RTAP.
The Rural iNTD integrates rural data from 2007 to 2018 and is updated on a regular basis. It was developed to help rural transit providers, State DOTs, and researchers quickly select NTD data and variables for Section 5311 recipients and subrecipients. Performance measures relevant to rural systems are included in the module. Users can view NTD forms and run standard and customized reports.
A new Peer Grouping Tool was added to iNTD in February 2020 to assist iNTD users in finding comparable peer transit agencies for performance measurement and benchmarking.
To access to the Rural iNTD system, Register Here and then enter your password on the Rural iNTD login page
There are two video tutorials on the Rural iNTD website. They explain how to use the system to access rural data, view NTD forms, select variables and print charts and tables.
The Rural iNTD Overview Webinar, recording and presentation slides from June 2015 provides an overview of the iNTD system (formerly called INTDAS) and guidance on how to use it.
The Peer Grouping Tool Webinar, recording and presentation slides from February 2020 explains the value of peer grouping, provides an overview of the methodology behind the new tool, and demonstrates how to use the tool to form a peer group. It also shows how a transit agency can compare its performance and trends in key areas to their peer group and create tables and graphs summarizing the results.
To log into the Urban iNTD, Click here
For information about the National Transit Database, Click here
Updated May 15, 2020