LAND DEVELOPER PARTICIPATION IN PROVIDING FOR BUS TRANSIT FACILITIES AND OPERATIONS
land use - planning, mode - bus
Bus transit, Facilities, Financial responsibility, Financing, Florida, Land use planning, Private enterprise, Public transit
This report provides an overview of the various non-regulatory and regulatory approaches for engaging private sector land developer participation in contributing toward the provision of public bus transit capital facilities and the cost of operations. The focusing elements of this report include involvement by land developers regarding cases of new land development or redevelopment, in which there was provided funding or other contributions to public bus capital facilities or operations, under circumstances applicable to Florida localities. This report provides examples of the provision of both on-site and off-site bus facility improvements. This investigation included a review of case studies nationwide, and it is believed that most of the information in this report would be of value to readers nationwide. Case studies feature 16 examples from 8 Florida counties or municipalities and 15 additional examples from 9 other states.
Hendricks, S.J. (2002). Land developer participation in providing for bus transit facilities and operations. Report No. 416-06, prepared by National Center for Transit Research for Florida Department of Transportation.