Guidebook for Change and Innovation at Rural and Small Urban Transit Systems
place - rural, place - urban
Case studies, Guidelines, Innovation, Public transit, Rural areas, Small towns
This report will be of interest to individuals who provide public transportation in rural and small urban areas; local, regional, state, and federal planners and funders of these services; and the administrators of these programs at state departments of transportation. The research, presented in the form of a guidebook, provides a valuable resource to many people who may implement or adapt new concepts to improve public transportation in their community. Much of the information was derived from a careful review of innovative public transportation initiatives undertaken in rural and small urban communities throughout the United States. The guidebook is divided into two parts: Part I addresses the culture for change and innovation and Part II presents more than 40 initiatives and innovations implemented by an array of organizations, including public and nonprofit transit systems, regional planning agencies, state transit associations, and state departments of transportation.
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Transportation Research Board, & KFH Group, Incorporated. (2001). Guidebook for Change and Innovation at Rural and Small Urban Transit Systems. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 70, published by Transportation Research Board, Washington.