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TransIT Services of Frederick County, MD Brian Dean Capital Area Transit, PA Lenea England Bay Aging/Bay Transit, VA Patrick Hench Red Rose Transit, PA Dorothy Sterling Hill County of Lackawanna Transit, PA Dan Hogan Focus on Renewal, PA Dennis Howard Triangle Transit, NC Stephen Huyck River Valley Transit,

transit providers receiving Federal transit assistance to undertake certain transit asset management activities. Transit asset management leverages data to improve investment decision-making, reliability, safety, cost management, and customer service and is a cornerstone of effective performance management. Background Maintaining transit assets .

The Iowa DOT administers federal and state public transit grants and provides technical assistance to Iowa's 19 urban public transit systems and 16 regional public transit systems. Nearly 25 million rides were provided by Iowa's public transit systems in fiscal year (FY) 2018. Every county in Iowa is served by a regional system to ensure

3 New Mexico Tier II Transit Asset Management Plan Introduction In 2016, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) published a rule, 49 CFR Part 625, to require public transit providers that receive Federal transit assistance to undertake certain transit asset management activities. Tra

nation's transit assets, potentially affecting policy decisions. FTA's TAM requirements may not prepare transit agencies to manage transit assets over their life cycles. For example, contrary to FTA-sponsored research . Table 1: Elements of a Transit Asset Management \(TAM\) Plan Required by the Federal Transit Administration \(FTA\)\t6.

Transit Award Management System (TrAMS) formerly known as TEAM. It was created to provide greater efficiency, . Act includes policy changes to highways, transit and federal passenger rail programs. . Transit Asset Management Plan at work 14 The Federal Transit Administration requires each transit agency to inventory

low transit use, i.e. in these cities transit trip represents less than 10% of all trips. By contrast, cities with densities above 30 people per hectare tend to have higher transit use. For example, a very high density city like Hong Kong (370 p/ha) has a very high transit use: 85% of all trips are made by transit. It is no accident that one

This report documents the Public Transit Section's monitoring efforts to ensure that public investment in transit is well spent. Vermont's transit agencies have undergone some organizational changes in the last few years. On July 1, 2017, ACTR and STSI formally merged and now operate under the name Tri-Valley Transit (TVT).

The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority is Rhode Island's statewide transit provider, serving nearly every community in the state with 53 fixed routes, on-demand zone service, and paratransit services. RIPTA provides over 16 million transit trips annually on 229 fixed-route buses. Service is centered in the Providence Metro Region, with .

public transit assistance administered by the Public Transit Team (PTT) are the designated urban and regional transit systems. In no instance shall an individual county be funded directly. A city must have a population of at least 20,000 or be part of an urbanized area before it can be designated a transit system

NTD National Transit Database OE Operating Expense OMB Office of Management and Budget PMT Passenger Miles Traveled PT Purchased Transportation — General RGPT Rural General Public Transit ROW Right-of-Way STIC Small Transit Intensive Cities STP Surface Transportation Program TAM Transit Asset Management

Optimization, online ordering & tracking of busses. Yankton Transit - Building addition. Vermillion Public Transit - Had transit week spotlighting drivers and riders & reconstruction of fares. Community Transit (Mitchell) - Facebook likes have increased. City Atto