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Public Transportation: Federal Role Key to Rural and Tribal Transit
David J. Wise (au)
Public transportation in rural areas can be critical to connecting people to jobs, shopping, and health services. The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) awarded approximately $600 million in grants in both fiscal year 2013 and 2014 to support rural transit, including tribal transit. The current surface transportation authorization, enacted in 2012, increased funding for tribal transit from about $15 to $30 million per year and changed how these funds are allocated. This report reviewed FTA's rural transit program. It examines (1) FTA's funding, oversight, and other support for the rural transit program; (2) changes in services, ridership, and costs since 2009; and (3) challenges that rural and tribal transit providers face and possible actions to address them. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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