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  1. Regional Service PlanningUPDATE! February 1, 2006 Transit Operator’s Meeting Austin, Texas www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  2. What’s Been Done… • Website and Listserv® • Clearinghouse • Site Visits • Meeting Facilitation • Support Service www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  3. What’s Happening… • Identify & Involve Stakeholders • Review-Revise-Send “Work Plans” • Identify-Send “Barriers and Constraints” www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  4. Identify Stakeholders • Identify & Involve HHS and TWC • Recognize Importance of Diversity • Include User Perspective • Consider Geographic Representation • Continuity Counts – Use Alternates • Send to joverman@tamu.edu NOW! www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  5. Example Work Plans • Other Regions Posted on RSP Website • Document/Build on Existing Plans & Services • Clearinghouse Examples: • TCRP 101 “Toolkit” • Ohio “Handbook” www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

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  8. Barriers & Constraints • Planning, Operating Practices • Funding, Cost Sharing • Institutional, Interagency Policies • Communication & Involvement • Document & Send to joverman@tamu.edu www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  9. Schedule www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  10. Additions to Website • Funding Amounts – December • FAQ – (send questions) • Sample Board Resolutions - January • Update Contacts / Regions www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  11. Keys to Success… (from TCRP 105) • Coalition Building, • Strong Leadership, • Build on Federal, State, and Local Funding Sources • Make Coordination a Policy or Program Requirement at State, Regional, Local Level www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  12. It’s not easy… (from TCRP 105) • It takes time, attention, and coalition building. • Biggest challenges are: 1) Sustaining Coordination and 2) Developing Trust • An incremental approach to implementation increases the likelihood of success. • Invest time and effort in building trust among partners and addressing issues of control • Communication among coordinating entities is critical www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  13. Strategies for Coordination www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  14. Need Help? • Facilitation services and technical support are available at no cost to regions. • To request assistance, go to RSP website: • http://www.regionalserviceplanning.org/request_help/request_form.asp www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  15. Summary and Next Steps • Identify & Involve Stakeholders • Review-Revise-Send “Work Plans” • Identify-Send “Barriers and Constraints” • Inventory “Roll-Out” - Jeff Arndt, TTI www.RegionalServicePlanning.org

  16. RSP Contact Information TxDOT • Shawna Russell: SRUSSE1@dot.state.tx.us • Karen Dunlap: KDUNLAP@dot.state.tx.us TTI • John Overman joverman@tamu.edu • Linda Cherrington l-cherrington@tamu.edu • Jeff Arndt j-arndt@tamu.edu www.RegionalServicePlanning.org