- Author: Jerom Theunissen
- Date: June 17, 2020
Testimony on the new Tennessee Office of Accessible Transportation included the voices of individuals with disabilities from around the state.…
Statewide and regional approaches to transportation coordination and mobility management networks are at the forefront of the next generation of the delivery of transportation services. Although often thought of in the context of improving accessibility for people with disabilities, seniors, veterans, and other transit-dependent or underserved populations, these networks are increasingly contributing to statewide initiatives designed to generate better and more efficient transportation for all riders.
Understanding the Characteristics of Coordination Structures
Frameworks set all the primary parameters of transportation coordination, including vision, strategy, programs, and what is to be done. They also establish responsibilities and roles of coordination partners and stakeholders. Most importantly, these frameworks rely on unique funding programs, obligations, and mechanisms of coordination to tie everything together. In order to capture this variety of approaches, the framework of each State of the State report is as follows:
Read the first two reports for Nebraska and Kansas on our “States at a Glance” page. If your state is interested in sharing its coordination and mobility management story, feel free to contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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