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The Wisconsin Way Inventing Coordination Through Creativity, Flexibility, and Risk-Taking. Bobbie Beson-Crone Human Services Transportation Coordination Program Manager Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Rural vs. Urban Counties. 52 rural (non-metro) counties 20 urban (metro) counties.

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the wisconsin way inventing coordination through creativity flexibility and risk taking

The Wisconsin WayInventing Coordination Through Creativity, Flexibility, and Risk-Taking

Bobbie Beson-Crone

Human Services Transportation Coordination Program Manager

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

rural vs urban counties
Rural vs. Urban Counties
  • 52 rural (non-metro) counties
  • 20 urban (metro) counties

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wisconsin public transit
Wisconsin Public Transit
  • Transit in 54 of 72 counties, 5 reservations
  • Over 75% served by transit, including paratransit
  • A significant amount of service, too many gaps

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Wisconsin RPC’s & MPO’s

  • 9 RPC’s
  • 13 MPO’s

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2006 coordination planning process
2006 CoordinationPlanning Process
  • RPC planners conducted county meetings
  • Used UWR:Framework for Action
  • WisDOT provided:
    • Orientation & training for planners
    • A toolkit for planners
    • Admin fiscal support for meetings

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2006 process lessons learned
Non-traditional stakeholders

Inventory of resources/ providers

New county relationships

Education & awareness of available funding

>50% “did nothing” beyond ’06 meeting

No ownership by County

Reverted to old “TCC” membership

2006 Process:Lessons Learned

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2006 county plans 11 priorities
Transportation Coordination Committee Membership

Transportation and/or Mobility Manager

Increase volunteers

Communication Education & Marketing

Inter-County and Regional Coordination

Expanded Service

Technology: Centralized Dispatch, Scheduling & Financial Tracking

Assessment: Inventory of Capital, Vehicles, Providers & Service

Grants & Funding Sources

Customer Service: Opinion & Satisfaction Surveys

Increase Rural Transportation Service & Strategies

2006 County Plans11 Priorities

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wisconsin model of coordination
Wisconsin Model of Coordination
  • ICTC hired National Consultant
  • 4 objectives:
    • Assess state agencies
    • Assess 8 counties 2 mini-regions
    • Compare WI to 8 similar states
    • Develop model with implementation strategies

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2008 coordination planning process
Developed by RPC planner/WisDOT work group

Focus on:

“Buy-in”/plan ownership

Multi-county & regional planning

Strategies in Plans

Flexibility in coordination plan development

New toolkit, meeting planner/owner focus

2008 CoordinationPlanning Process

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2008 planning process wisdot rpc role
WisDOT:

Facilitated RPC/WisDOT workgroup

Developed Toolkit for Meeting Coordinators & plan owners

Orientation on Toolkit and 2008 process

Doubled admin. fiscal support

RPC’s:

Consultant’s to process

Communicated new process to “local” entities

Provided demographic info. and mapping

Facilitated multi-county/regional meetings

2008 Planning Process: WisDOT & RPC Role

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2008 planning process plan requirements
2008 Planning Process:Plan Requirements

Required Plan Components:

  • Assessment of existing service
  • Assessment of transit needs
  • Assessment of transit gaps
  • Strategies in Plan to remedy needs & gaps

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2005 2008 grant applications
2005-2008 Grant Applications

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2005 2008 multi county regional planning
2005-2008Multi-County/Regional Planning

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mobility management training program
Mobility Management Training Program
  • Focus of New Freedom funds
  • Co-funded with DVR
  • Federal transportation grants currently fund 26 mobility managers
  • Formal 9 mo. training program:
    • Communication for shared learning
    • Forum for Wisconsin based best practices

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what s next ictc s report to the governor
What’s next?ICTC’s Report to the Governor
  • Executive Order for formalized basis for ICTC:
    • Dedicate staff position & admin support
    • Dept. secretaries are responsible for coordination in/between agencies
    • Formalize SAC
    • Charge ICTC with making policy recommendations to implement WI Model of Coordination
  • Develop pilot projects to test regional coordinated Medicaid and HST networks

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wisdot web links
WisDOT Web Links:

Transportation Coordination: http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/localgov/coordination/index.htm

2008 Coordination Toolkit:

http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/localgov/transit/toolkit.htm

Wisconsin Transportation Coordination Model:

http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/localgov/coordination/model.htm

Further info. contact:

Bobbie Beson-Crone,

608-266-6812;

bobbie.beson-crone@dot.state.wi.us

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