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Fixed-Route Transit Ridership Forecasting and Service Planning Methods (2006)

Chapter: Appendix C - Participating Transit Agencies

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - Participating Transit Agencies." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2006. Fixed-Route Transit Ridership Forecasting and Service Planning Methods. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/14001.
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50 1. Albany, NY Capital District Transportation Authority 2. Ames, IA Ames Transit Agency (CyRide) 3. Bridgeport, CT Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority 4. Buffalo, NY Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority 5. Charlotte, NC Charlotte Area Transit System 6. Chicago, IL Chicago Transit Authority 7. Cleveland, OH Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority 8. Concord, CA Central Contra Costa Transit Authority 9. Dallas, TX Dallas Area Rapid Transit 10. Denver, CO Regional Transportation District (RTD) 11. Eugene, OR Lane Transit District (LTD) 12. Hartford, CT Connecticut Transit 13. Houston, TX Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County 14. Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Transportation Authority 15. Lancaster, PA Red Rose Transit Authority 16. Livermore, CA Livermore/Amador Valley Transit Authority (WHEELS) 17. Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority 18. Montgomery, AL Montgomery Area Transit System 19. New York, NY MTA–New York City Transit (MTA–NYCT) 20. Newark, NJ New Jersey Transit 21. Oakland, CA Alameda–Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) 22. Oceanside, CA North County Transit District 23. Orange, CA Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) 24. Phoenix, AZ Valley Metro 25. Portland, OR Tri-County Metropolitan Transit District of Oregon (TriMet) 26. Richmond, VA Greater Richmond Transit Company (GRTC) 27. San Antonio, TX VIA Metropolitan Transit 28. San Diego, CA San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) 29. St. Cloud, MN St. Cloud Metropolitan Transit Commission 30. St. Louis, MO Metro 31. Syracuse, NY CNY Centro, Inc. 32. Tacoma, WA Pierce Transit 33. Tallahassee, FL Star Metro 34. Toronto, ON Toronto Transit Commission 35. Tucson, AZ SunTran 36. Vancouver, BC Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority (Trans Link) APPENDIX C Participating Transit Agencies

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TRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Synthesis 66: Fixed-Route Transit Ridership Forecasting and Service Planning Methods examines the state of the practice in fixed-route transit ridership forecasting and service planning. The report also explores forecasting methodologies, resource requirements, data inputs, and organizational issues. In addition, the report analyzes the impacts of service changes and reviews transit agency assessments of the effectiveness and reliability of their methods and of desired improvements.


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