When transportation services coordinate with each other, riders find rides more easily, human service agencies transport consumers more efficiently, and transportation providers see increases in ridership.

Examples

Statewide Coordination Initiative – Executive Order 530

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Examples

  • CrossTown Connect member towns in the Acton area jointly share one full-day scheduler instead of each paying a part-time person. As a result, riders gain more flexibility in making reservations, and the towns plan more efficient routes, increasing capacity.
  • Vehicle share – youth-serving organizations in Northern Berkshire County share vehicles instead of each having their own. This vehicle share model allows the organizations to meet their mobility needs at a reduced cost and made their application for funding more competitive.

Statewide Coordination Initiative – Executive Order 530

Massachusetts Resources

National Resources

Reports


This information is provided by EOHHS Human Service Transportation Office.

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