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Business Models for Mobile Fare Apps (2020)

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - Survey Participants." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Business Models for Mobile Fare Apps. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25798.
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70 The following transit agencies and organizations participated in the survey: 1. Anaheim Resort Transportation, Anaheim, CA 2. Capital Metropolitan Transit Agency, Austin, TX 3. Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority, Oklahoma City, OK 4. Central Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, Central Pennsylvania 5. Centre Area Transportation Authority (CATA), State College, PA 6. Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District, Urbana, IL 7. Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Chicago, IL 8. City of Clovis Transit, Clovis, CA 9. City of San Luis Obispo Public Transit, San Luis Obispo, CA 10. City of Santa Monica’s Big Blue Bus, Santa Monica and west side of Los Angeles County, CA 11. Concho Valley Transit, San Angelo, TX 12. Crawford Area Transportation Authority, Crawford and Venango Counties, PA 13. Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), Dallas, TX 14. Fire Island Ferries Inc. and Fire Island Water Taxi LLC, Fire Island, NY 15. Fort Wayne Citilink, Fort Wayne, IN 16. Freedom Transit, Washington, PA 17. Gary Public Transportation Corporation, Gary, IN 18. Gold Coast Transit District, Oxnard–Ventura County, CA 19. Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART), Tampa, FL 20. Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Jacksonville, FL 21. Kern Transit, Kern County, CA 22. King County Metro, Seattle–King County, WA 23. Lake County Transit Management, Tavares, FL 24. Link Transit, Wenatchee, WA 25. Long Beach Transit, Long Beach, CA 26. Long Island Rail Road, Jamaica, NY 27. Maritime Metro Transit, Manitowoc, WI 28. Maryland Transit Administration, Baltimore, MD 29. Massachusetts DOT (MassDOT), Boston, MA 30. Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), Boston, MA 31. Metro, Kalamazoo, MI 32. Metro Transit, Twin Cities, MN 33. Metro-North Railroad, New York, NY 34. Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, TX, Houston, TX 35. Mountain Line Transit Authority, Morgantown, WV 36. Nassau Inter-County Express, Nassau County, NY A P P E N D I X A Survey Participants

Survey Participants 71 37. Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority, Buffalo–Niagara Falls, NY 38. NJ TRANSIT, Newark, NJ 39. North County Transit District, Oceanside–San Diego, CA 40. Northeastern Colorado Association of Local Governments, Fort Morgan, CO 41. NY Waterway, Weehawken, NJ 42. Omnitrans, San Bernardino, CA 43. Orange County Transportation Agency, Orange, CA 44. Ozark Regional Transit, Northwest Arkansas 45. Pace Suburban Bus, Arlington Heights, IL 46. Public Transportation Department–MOA, Anchorage, AK 47. Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County, Reno–Washoe County, NV 48. Regional Transportation District, Denver, CO 49. Sacramento Regional Transit District, Sacramento, CA 50. San Benito County Local Transportation Authority, Hollister, CA 51. San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), San Diego County, CA 52. San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD), Stockton, CA 53. Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), San Jose–Santa Clara County, CA 54. San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), San Francisco, CA 55. Sound Transit, Seattle, WA 56. St. Joseph Transit, St. Joseph, MO 57. Transit Services of Frederick County, MD 58. Utah Transit Authority (UTA), Salt Lake City, UT 59. VIA Metropolitan Transit, San Antonio, TX 60. Virginia Railway Express, Northern VA–Washington, D.C. 61. Windstar Lines–380 Express, Cedar Rapids, IA 62. York Region Transit, Regional Municipality of York, Canada

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Five different business models for mobile fare payment apps are examined, as the world of apps used by transit agencies in the United States and Canada continues to steadily grow.

The TRB Transit Cooperative Research Program's TCRP Synthesis 148: Business Models for Mobile Fare Apps documents current practices and experiences of transit agencies that offer mobile fare payment applications to transit riders.

The report includes case examples from six cities: Santa Monica, Denver, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, and Ontario, Canada.

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