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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 2-3 The framework can be used when a transit agency is interested in evaluating fare-free transit alternatives up until the decision to implement (or not to implement) a preferred alternative.
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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 2-4 GET ORGANIZED At the onset of the process, those interested in evaluating fare-free transit alternatives should get organized with the following steps: Step 1: Set the context for the evaluation of fare-free transit, including identifying relevant context and forming a project team Step 2: Assess the existing conditions of the transit agency Step 3: Review relevant peer transit agencies that have considered, evaluated, and/or implemented fare-free transit policies or programs Step 4: Identify opportunities and challenges for fare-free transit policies and programs in your transit agency or community Step 1: Set the context Identify Relevant Context Those interested in evaluating fare-free transit programs and policies should start by documenting relevant context that is specific to the transit agency and surrounding community. This context will help guide the scope and design of the evaluation process.
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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 2-5  What stakeholders should be involved in the evaluation process (see Outreach Opportunity: Stakeholder Identification and Engagement)

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