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Economic benefits of coordinating human service transportation and transit services

by Jon E. Burkhardt

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Published by Transportation Research Board in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Local transit -- United States -- Management.,
    • Transportation -- United States -- Finance.,
    • Intergovernmental cooperation -- Economic aspects -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJon E. Burkhardt and David Koffman, Gail Murray.
      SeriesTCRP report,, 91, Report (Transit Cooperative Research Program) ;, 91.
      ContributionsKoffman, David., Murray, Gail., United States. Federal Transit Administration., Transit Cooperative Research Program., Transit Development Corporation., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHE4456 .B87 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination173 p. :
      Number of Pages173
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3697626M
      ISBN 100309087651
      LC Control Number2003108917
      OCLC/WorldCa53207183

      coordinated public transit-human services transportation plan,” and that the plan be “developed through a process that includes representatives of public, private and nonprofit transportation and human services providers and participation by the public.”. If you don't have a car or can't drive, you can get a ride to your doctor visits. You may also get a ride if you need to visit the dentist, drug store, grocery store, senior center or any place you get Medicaid services. If you are 60 or older, call your local area agency on aging. You can also get a ride through the Medical Transportation Program.

      TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report Sharing the Costs of Human Services Transportation, Volume 1: The Transportation Services Cost Sharing Toolkit and Volume 2: Research Report explore issues and potential solutions for identifying and sharing the cost of providing transportation services for access to community-based human services programs. Transportation is a critical component of the communities in Crawford County, Marion County, and Morrow County. Transportation provides access to jobs, education, health care, human services and allows all community members, including older adults and people with disabilities, to live independently and engage in community life.

      The Human Service Transportation Coordination Task Force. The Human Service Transportation Coordination Task Force (“Task Force”) was created by the TPB in to oversee the development of the Coordinated Human Service Transportation Plan. Each year between and the Task Force established. program was established in February by the U.S. Department of Transportation to improve coordination of public transit and human services transportation. In August , Congress passed the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient, Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU), reauthorizing the Surface Transportation Act.


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Economic benefits of coordinating human service transportation and transit services by Jon E. Burkhardt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Research Sponsored by the Federal Transit Administration in Cooperation with the Transit Development Corporation SUBJECT AREAS Public Transit Economic Benefits of Coordinating Human Service Transportation and Transit Services JON E.

BURKHARDT Westat Rockville, MD and DAVID KOFFMAN GAIL MURRAY Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates, Inc. San. Examines the net economic benefits associated with various strategies and practices for coordinating human service transportation and general public transit, provides quantitative estimates for these strategies and practices, and identifies innovative and promising coordination strategies and practices.

TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report Economic Benefits of Coordinating Human Service Transportation and Transit Services examines the net economic benefits associated with various strategies and practices for coordinating human service transportation and general public transit, provides quantitative estimates for these strategies and practices, and identifies.

Chapter 5: Reducing Transportation Service Costs 55 Chapter 5 REDUCING TRANSPORTATION SERVICE COSTS There are many ways in which coordinating human service transportation and public transit services can save costs.

Transit authorities can contract with human service agencies or others to provide ADA paratransit and demand-responsive transit. ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF COORDINATING HUMAN SERVICE TRANSPORTATION AND TRANSIT SERVICES.

In many communities, multiple public and private agencies and organizations provide transportation services to people who have special transportation needs.

These providers often receive funding from many sources, including federal, state, and local government. Human Services (DHHS) have been working together since the mids to foster increased coordination among the transportation services sponsored by their respective programs.

Indeed, coordinating human service transportation services and public transit services can provide significant economic benefits. The coordinating agencies, the. Economic benefits of coordinating human service transportation and transit services.

Record URL:   Federal transit law requires that projects selected for funding under the Enhanced Mobility for Individuals and Individuals with Disabilities (Section ) Program be "included in a locally developed, coordinated public transit-human services transportation plan," and that the plan be "developed and approved through a process that included participation by seniors, individuals with.

human services transportation planning guidance. Prepared by Ecosometrics, Incorporated for the Coordinating Council on Access and Mobility. Burkhardt, J.E., and Alexander, L.D.

Considerations for developing a strategic plan for the Joint DHHS/DOT Coordinating Council on Human Service Transportation. Prepared by Ecosometrics.

Top Benefits of Public Transportation 1. Economic Benefits to the Community. For every ten million dollars of transit investment made, business sales increase by thirty million dollars. During the to period, residential property was an average of 42% more valuable if located near high-frequency transit service, which means cities.

Particularly in large cities where roads are congested, space is at a premium, and rents are high, the additional benefits may provide a justification for transit service improvements. In a separate study that took an in-depth look at the economic impacts of New Jersey’s River Line, a.

The plan outlines how transit agencies, social service agencies, municipalities and other transportation providers can most efficiently and effectively work together to improve regional mobility for individuals with special transportation needs.

Coordinated Public Transit—Human Services Transportation Plan. environment that includes several layers of public transit, paratransit services, and human service transportation programs.

The objective of this Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (“Coordinated Plan”) is to identify and prioritize coordination. access other programs and services. Combining human service transportation with general public services, particularly in rural and small urban areas, makes sense from a common sense and cost efficiency perspective.

In addition, there are also two important benefits for both human service and public transportation agencies. RI HST Coordinating Council Annual Report.

Human Services Transportation Coordinating Council. Vision: Accessible, coordinated statewide mobility for all Rhode Islanders. Mission. Promoting independence through enhanced statewide mobility, while fostering collaboration between public, private, and non-profit sector partners by gathering and sharing information, supporting transportation.

4 Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan | Update WHAT DOES THE DATA TELL US. Predictions for the region’s growth through the year indicate that the senior population will grow from 14% of today’s population to 23% of the population.1 However, those seniors are expected to stay healthy longer, with almost no growth expected in the portion of the.

transportation services, human service providers and the general public. The American Public Transit Association stresses the benefits of coordinating public transportation service with human services programs for vulnerable populations.

“Existing public transportation systems have the. Coordinated Public Transit Human Services Transportation Plan is part of the New Visions update. The New Visions Plan was organized around Principles.

The Principles related to public transit and human services transportation read: Transit – Our transit services will be modern, innovative, and a viable travel option. As a regional government, King County has a primary goal to improve coordination of transportation services and facilities for the benefit of all.

One way to do this is through transportation boards made up of elected officials from local jurisdictions and King County and representatives from transportation agencies and the private sector. approaches to coordinated human services transportation, which is summarized later in this section.

DRPT’s effort to improve the coordination of public transit and human services transportation builds upon an established committee at the state level and a inventory of human services transportation coordination efforts in the Commonwealth. The Coordinated Plan is a federal requirement under the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act.

The Coordinated Plan identifies transportation gaps faced by transportation-disadvantaged populations, establishes priorities for funding decisions, and focuses on a broad range of mobility services to improve coordination among public transit agencies and human services transportation.Coordinated Public Transit Human Services Transportation Plan [ [ and that the plan must be developed through a process that includes representatives of public, private, and nonprofit transportation and human services providers and participation by the public.

CONTENTS OF THE PLAN: This Coordinated Plan contains four components: 1.Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (Coordinated Plan) in August This Coordinated Plan has been developed through a series of publicized meetings and contact with transportation and human service providers and users between February and May The plan identifies existing services, needs, and gaps in service.