Short-Range Transit Plans

Calaveras Transit Short Range Transit Plan (2015)

Calaveras Transit provides five routes in rural Calaveras County. All routes are provided Monday to Friday.  Route deviations are available to seniors aged 65 and older and eligible persons with disabilities within 3/4-mile of the regular scheduled route. Mobility Planners prepared a Short Range Transit Plan that included: New set

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Trinity Transit SRTDP (2014)

Trinity Transit has established a network of intercity routes which connects the communities of Trinity County with transit services in neighboring Humboldt and Shasta Counties. Mobility Planners was responsible for developing the 2014 Short Range Transit Development Plan (SRTDP). The work included preparation of a market research report that incorporated

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Modoc County Short Range Transit Development and Marketing Plan

Mobility Planners (prime) and Transit Marketing recently completed a Short Range Transit Development Plan and Marketing Plan for the Modoc County, a “frontier” county in the northeast corner of California.  The system operates intercity routes which connect with the neighboring communities of Redding (CA), Reno (NV) and Klamath Falls (OR),

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Merced County Transit Short Range Transit Plan (2012)

Transit Marketing LLC and Mobility Planners are currently completing a Short Range Transit Plan for Merced County Transit, The Bus. The project has utilized a combination of market research and community outreach to support development of a redesigned route network for the City of Merced and an integrated service plan,

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Mendocino Short Range Transit Development Plan (2012)

MTA operates local routes, long-distance intercity routes and demand response services cover a large county that includes the inland communities of Ukiah and Willits and the coastal communities of Ft. Bragg, Point Arena and Gualala. Transit Marketing and Mobility Planners collaborated to develop a Short Range Transit Plan and companion

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YARTS Short Range Transit Plan and Marketing Plan (2010-11)

Cliff Chambers of Mobility Planners, Selena Barlow of Transit Marketing and Phil McGuire of Innovative Paradigms, partnered to develop a Short Range Transit Plan and Marketing Plan for Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System (YARTS). YARTS is a three county transit system which provides both visitor and commuter transportation to Yosemite

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Transit Development Plan for Western Nevada County (2010-11)

Cliff Chambers was the Project Manager for preparing a Transit Development Plan (TDP) for Western Nevada County. There were two major emphases for the TDP: 1) Develop cost-effective mobility management strategies for consideration by local stakeholders and 2) Create a financial framework based on two financial scenarios. Two community workshops

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City of Tracy Short Range Transit Plan (2003-04 & 2008-09)

In 2001, the City of Tracy began a small fixed route system, but by 2003 this system needed to be upgraded to better serve the expanding population. Cliff Chambers began a detailed study of Tracy’s transit needs, looking at demographics and development, completing a rider survey and studying system efficiency,

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Eastern Sierra Transit Authority Short Range Transit Plan (2008)

Cliff Chambers collaborated with Selena Barlow of Transit Marketing to develop Eastern Sierra Transit Authority’s (ESTA) first Short Range Transit Plan. The team collaborated on a series of stakeholder interviews and rider interviews to better understand market needs. Based on these discussions, a special workshop was held with the four

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Yuba-Sutter Transit Short-Range Transit Plan (2007-08)

Cliff Chambers recently worked with Selena Barlow of Transit Marketing to develop a short-range transit plan and updated marketing plan for Yuba Sutter Transit. Yuba-Sutter Transit is a Joint Powers Authority with membership including two rural counties and two small cities. The strategic planning elements included developing and updating the

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