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Capital Area Regional Transit Coordination Interim Cmte.Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

  • Background

  • Strategy

  • Management Structure

  • Work Plan

  • Financial Plan

  • Question and Comments


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Background

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Project Area


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Background

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Regional Transit Providers


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Background

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Regional Transportation Planning


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Background

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Regional Transit Coordination Working Groups

Regional Transit Coordination Interim Committee

Local and regional governments/agencies

Public transportation providers

Client transportation providers

Health and human services that fund transportation

Service agencies for customers who need transportation

Facilitation by Capital Area Council of Governments

Scoping Group

Technical staff

Technical facilitation by Texas Transportation Institute


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Strategy

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Guiding Precepts

The Process Will Be…

Transparent

  • Information will be made available to the public in a timely fashion

  • A publicly accessible website will host reports, presentations, and public comments

    Inclusive

  • Seek input from a large variety of agencies

  • The RTCC and Stakeholder Groups will include representatives from a broad cross-section of transit related agencies

  • The public is invited to attend the 12 stakeholder meetings

    Iterative

  • Planning and implementation will continue after the Plan is submitted in Oct. 2006

  • The Plan will generate a “program of projects” that must be planned, financed, implemented, evaluated, and updated


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Strategy

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Typical Barriers to Transit Coordination

Preliminary List

Vehicle Specification

  • Differing client bases require different vehicles

  • Age and condition of existing fleets

  • State and federal requirements (e.g. ADA, alternative fuels, etc.)

    Driver Requirements

  • Non-standardized minimum requirements (e.g. age, driving record, background, etc.)

  • Different training and testing programs

  • Insurance restrictions associated with sharing resources

    Client Circumstances

  • Different eligibility requirements

  • Trip purpose based limitations

  • Non-compatible client basis (e.g. dialysis patients with cognitively disabled youth)


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Strategy

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Typical Barriers to Transit Coordination

Preliminary List (continued)

Funding Silos

  • Funding restrictions associated with client type and/or trip purpose

  • Different reimbursement structures (e.g. per trip, mileage, etc.)

  • Interagency funding restrictions (e.g. mixing public and private funding)

    Cost Structuring

  • Direct costs v. fully allocated cost structure

    Regulations and Laws

  • Administrative or legislative action may be required to remove barrier

  • Legislative cycle limits can be time consuming

    Cross-Agency Concerns

  • Cooperative ventures may require a client base to shift from one agency to another

  • Programmatic changes can increase staff anxiety


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Strategy

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Typical Barriers to Transit Coordination

Preliminary List (continued)

Resource Constraints

  • Funding limitations

  • Large capital cost requirements

    Reporting/Data Requirements

  • Non-standard reporting and data requirements

  • Managing data across participating agencies


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Regional Transit

Coordination Committee (RTCC)

Technical Oversight - TxDOT

RTCC

Technical Subcommittee

Stakeholders

Administrative Lead Agency

CAPCOG

Outreach Group

Planning Group

Management Structure

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

By CAPCOG with support from CARTS, Capital Metro, and CAN

By Consultant under contract to TxDOT with oversight by the Technical Subcommittee


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Management Structure

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan


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Regional Transit

Coordination Committee (RTCC)

Technical Oversight - TxDOT

RTCC

Technical Subcommittee

Stakeholders

Administrative Lead Agency

CAPCOG

Outreach Group

Planning Group

Management Structure

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

By CAPCOG with support from CARTS, Capital Metro, and CAN

By Consultant under contract to TxDOT with oversight by the Technical Subcommittee


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Administrative LeadAgency

PROGRAM

OF PROJECTS

PlanningGroup/

Consultant

Technical

Sub-Cmte

RTCC

Project #A

Project #B

Project #C

Early Action Projects

No Policy  or $

Outreach

Group &

Stakeholders

AdministrativeLeadAgency

Action Projects

Policy  or Local $

Project #D

Project #E

RTCC

Action Agency

Approval

Paradigm Changes

for Coordination

Legislative/Regulatory

Relief Required

Study Group/TTC

Elected

Officials

Management Structure

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Work Process Flow Chart

KICK-OFF

TECHNICAL

OUTREACH

DECISION

ACTION & APPROVAL

IMPLEMENTATION

RTCC – Led

Stakeholders

AdministrativeLead Agency

TechnicalSubcommittee

Planning Group


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Work Plan

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Six Tasks…

  • Establish Goals/Objectives and Criteria for Evaluation

  • Inventory Current Conditions

  • Identify Opportunities to Achieve Goals

  • Evaluate and Create a Short List of Opportunities

  • Develop Draft Regional Transit Coordination Plan

  • Complete Regional Transit Coordination Plan and Submit to TTC


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Work Plan

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Schedule


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Financial Plan

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Financial Requirement – Task 4 Detail


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EXPENSES

Administrative Lead Agency

$54,600

Labor, Loaded

$45,300

Direct Cost

$9,300

Oversight Technical Consultant

$18,500

Labor, Loaded

$18,500

RTCC and Technical Subcommitee

$77,600

Direct Labor Only

$77,600

Planning Consultant

$219,200

Labor, Loaded

$201,700

Direct Cost

$17,500

Communications Consultant

$63,400

Labor, Loaded

$55,600

Direct Cost for Outreach

$7,800

TOTAL COST

$433,300

FINANCIAL PLAN

Contributions from Local Agencies

$332,800

Financial Resources Committed*

$255,200

In-Kind Contribution**

$77,600

FINANCIAL REQUIREMENT

$100,500

$64,995

$165,495

Baseline

Contingency

TOTAL FUNDING

$498,295

Financial Plan

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Financial Requirement


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Acknowledgements

Strategy for a Regional Transit Coordination Plan

Scoping Group