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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 2-25 Outreach Opportunity: Stakeholder Input into Evaluation Plan Feedback from stakeholders should help shape the evaluation plan from the development of goals and objectives to performance measures to selection criteria to the alternatives. Engagement in these steps allows stakeholders to contribute to the development of the evaluation plan to ensure that it aligns with the needs and expectations of the community.
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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 2-26 Step 8: Select fare-free transit alternatives After designing the evaluation plan, the project team should select which fare-free policy or program to evaluate. Based on findings in the previous steps and engagement with stakeholders, the project team can identify opportunities to implement fare-free transit, whether through full or partial fare-free transit for specific riders, services, routes, times of day, or geographies.
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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 2-27 Framework in Practice: DASH Fare Program Scenarios For the City of Alexandria Low-Income Fare Pass Assessment, DASH identified a range of fare program options. The transit agency then narrowed down the options by comparing how each was able to achieve the study goals using findings from a case example review, literature review, and stakeholder interviews (Figure 2-12)
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