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Commonsense Approaches for Improving Transit Bus Speeds (2014)

Chapter: Appendix A - List of Participating Transit Agencies

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - List of Participating Transit Agencies ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2014. Commonsense Approaches for Improving Transit Bus Speeds. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22421.
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57 APPENDIX A LIst of PArtIcIPAtINg trANsIt AgENcIEs Commonsense Approaches for Improving Transit Bus Speeds 1. Albuquerque, NM ABQ Ride 2. Ann Arbor, MI Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (The Ride) 3. Antioch, CA East Contra Costa Transit Authority/Tri Delta Transit 4. Arlington, VA ART–Arlington Transit 5. Arlington Heights, IL PACE Suburban Bus 6. Atlanta, GA Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority 7. Austin, TX Capital Metro 8. Bremerton, WA Kitsap Transit 9. Charlotte, NC Charlotte Area Transit System 10. Cincinnati, OH Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority 11. Columbus, OH Central Ohio Transit Authority 12. Corpus Christi, TX Regional Transportation Authority 13. Davis, CA Unitrans 14. Dayton, OH Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority 15. Denver, CO Regional Transportation District 16 Eden Prairie, MN SouthWest Transit 17. El Paso, TX Sun Metro 18. Eugene, OR Lane Transit District 19. Flint, MI Mass Transportation Authority 20. Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth Transportation Authority 21. Gainesville, FL Gainesville Regional Transit System 22. Greensboro, NC Greensboro Transit Authority 23. Hartford, CT Connecticut Transit 24. Houston, TX Metro 25. La Crosse, WI La Crosse Municipal Transit Utility 26. Lansing, MI Capital Area Transportation Authority 27. Las Cruces, NM City of Las Cruces RoadRUNNER Transit 28. Minneapolis, MN Metro Transit 29. Mississauga, ON Mississauga Transit 30. Nashville, TN Nashville Metropolitan Transportation Authority 31. New York City, NY MTA–New York City Transit 32. Oceanside, CA North County Transit District 33. Olympia, WA Intercity Transit 34. Ottawa, ON OC Transpo 35. Philadelphia, PA Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority 36. Phoenix, AZ Valley Metro 37. Portland, OR Tri-County Metropolitan Transit District of Oregon 38. Reno, NV Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County 39. Rio Vista, CA City of Rio Vista 40. Riverside, CA Riverside Transit Agency 41. Rockville, MD Montgomery County Ride On 42. Salem, OR Salem Keizer Transit 43. San Bernardino, CA Omnitrans 44. San Diego, CA Metropolitan Transit System 45. San Francisco, CA San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency (Muni) 46. San Jose, CA Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority 47. San Rafael, CA Marin County Transit 48. Santa Cruz, CA Santa Cruz Metro 49. Sarasota, FL Sarasota County Area Transit 50. Seattle, WA King County Metro Transit 51. Seattle, WA Sound Transit 52. Spokane, WA Spokane Transit Authority 53. St. Cloud, MN St. Cloud Metro Bus 54. Syracuse, NY Centro 55. Tacoma, WA Pierce Transit 56. Toronto, ON Toronto Transit Commission 57. Vancouver, BC TransLink 58. Victoria, BC BC Transit 59. Wenatchee, WA Link Transit

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TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Synthesis 110: Commonsense Approaches for Improving Transit Bus Speeds explores approaches transit agencies have taken to realize gains in average bus speeds.

The report also identifies metrics pertaining to measures such as changes in travel speed and its components, operating cost, and ridership. It shows the results of each or a combination of approaches implemented.


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