Sharing the Costs of Human Services Transportation Volume 2: Research Report
mode - community transport, place - north america, economics - appraisal/evaluation, economics - pricing
Administration, Cost accounting, Cost allocation, Cost sharing, Data collection, Human service transportation, Mathematical models, Policy, Social service agencies, State of the practice, Strategic planning, Toolkits, Transportation disadvantaged persons
TCRP Report 144 provides a comprehensive analysis of issues and effective solutions for identifying and sharing the cost of providing transportation services for access to community-based human services programs. It examines current practices and offers strategies for collecting necessary data, addressing administrative and policy-related issues, and establishing cost allocation procedures. Building on this inclusive process, the report develops a Cost Sharing Model that facilitates local coordination and service delivery. The report is presented in two volumes and a CD-ROM. This volume, Volume 2, summarizes all of the study components that contributed to formation of the Toolkit, which is found in Volume 1. It includes an extended evaluation of current experience and describes the regulatory environment that frames transportation service delivery requirements.
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Burkhardt, J.E., Garrity, R., McGehee, K., Hamme, S.S., Burkhardt, K., Johnson, C., & Koffman, D. (2011). Sharing the Costs of Human Services Transportation: Volume 2: Research Report. TCRP Report 144 published by Transportation Research Board, Washington.