National RTAP Toolkits Overview

National RTAP has the following free toolkits to help your transit organization. Click the title of each toolkit below to learn more.


ADA Toolkit

Gives transit managers all the information they need to know about their responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to provide equal service to all passengers.


Bus Roadeo Toolkit

Helps transit agencies, transit associations, and State DOTs to plan for and implement a successful bus roadeo. In addition to information on everything from course set-up to judging criteria to marketing, the toolkit includes a bus roadeo basics video, a budget checklist, a materials and supplies list, and a spreadsheet to track driver scores.


Find Anything Toolkit

Showcases the numerous free and low-cost resources available to rural and tribal transit providers and State DOT officials. The toolkit provides guidance on how to quickly and easily search for, find and access high-quality and relevant training and technical assistance materials, information, peer networks, and more. 


Marketing Toolkit

A comprehensive and practical guide and collection of tools to help rural and tribal transit agencies with developing and implementing successful marketing programs. The toolkit includes a guide for marketing, a marketing plan workbook, and marketing tools, including templates for common marketing materials and a photo and graphics library.


State RTAP Manager's Toolkit

A comprehensive guide to setting up and maintaining a successful State Rural Transit Assistance Program (RTAP). Material comes from the experiences and expertise of State RTAP managers and additional research. Templates or examples are available for most policies and forms used in RTAP programs, as well as links to other relevant information. 


Transit Manager's Toolkit

Gives new transit managers the information they will need on day one to ensure their rural transit organizations are operating smoothly and are in compliance with the federal regulations associated with receiving Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5311 funding.