TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Synthesis 101: Implementation and Outcomes of Fare-Free Transit Systems highlights the experiences of public transit agencies that have planned, implemented, and operated fare-free transit systems.
The report focuses on public transit agencies that are either direct recipients or subrecipients of federal transit grants and that furnish fare-free services to everyone in a service area on every mode provided.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2012. Implementation and Outcomes of Fare-Free Transit Systems. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/22753.
|Chapter One - Introduction||4-7|
|Chapter Two - Literature Review||8-16|
|Chapter Three - Survey Results: Public Transit Systems That Have Implemented Fare-Free Service||17-34|
|Chapter Four - Case Studies||35-45|
|Chapter Five - Conclusions||46-49|
|Appendix A - Questionnaire/Survey Instrument||52-53|
|Appendix B - Contact Information for Public Transit Systems That Have Implemented Totally Fare-Free Policies||54-54|
|Appendix C - Annotated Bibliography||55-64|
|Appendix D - Local Ordinance Governing Rider Behavior on a Fare-Free System||65-67|
|Appendix E - Summary of Survey Results||68-96|
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