6 edition of Public transportation operating agencies as employers of choice found in the catalog.
by Transportation Research Board of the National Academies in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||Watson Wyatt Worldwide and Focus Group Corporation.|
|Series||TCRP report,, 103, Report (Transit Cooperative Research Program) ;, 103.|
|Contributions||Watson Wyatt Worldwide., Focus Group Corporation., United States. Federal Transit Administration., Transit Cooperative Research Program., Transit Development Corporation., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.|
|LC Classifications||HE4311 .P83 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||2004104645|
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The report includes a companion document, Communications Strategy and Implementation Plan: Positioning the Public Transportation Operating Agency as an Employer of Choice, which describes strategies and solutions that offer the greatest potential for positioning public transportation operating agencies as employers of choice.
Communications Strategy and Implementation Plan: Positioning the Public Transportation Operating Agency as Employers of Choice describes strategies and solutions that offer the greatest potential for positioning public transportation operating agencies as an employer of choice.
This toolkit is a companion document to Transit Cooperative Research (TCRP) Report TCRP Report Public. Public Transit Agency Definition of “Employer of Choice” Any public transportation operating agency that, because of its reputation, is able to attract, retain, and optimize a capable and committed diverse workforce that enables operational excellence, safety, and high customer satisfaction.
TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report Public Transportation Operating Agencies as Employers of Choice documents principles, techniques, and strategies that are used in workforce recruitment, development, and retention.
The report includes a companion document, Communications Strategy and Implementation Plan: Positioning the Public Transportation Operating. A provision of the Transportation Equity Act of authorizes federal agencies operating shuttles to transport employees between their place of business and mass transit stations for purposes of facilitating employees’ commutes, provided the head Public transportation operating agencies as employers of choice book the agency makes that determination.
Employers who grant transportation benefits for members of their workforce gain several advantages for their company. Granting these benefits can help your company by: Companies interested in offering employee transportation benefits for their workers have a many selections when it.
transportation, including socio-economic predictors such as job types, assessing the impact of a subsidy on the choice of vanpool services and providing a new estimate of elasticity of vanpool choice with respect to its price.
The Model: While employing the conceptual framework. Transportation Choices Coalition brings together community groups, businesses, public agencies, and individuals from across the state to work towards a common goal – more transportation choices for a stronger economy, cleaner environment, and healthier communities.
Material from the Public Transportation Fact Book may be quoted or reproduced without obtaining the permission of the American Public Transportation Association. Suggested Identification: American Public Transportation Association: Public Transportation Fact Book, Washington, DC, April, Material from the Public Transportation Fact Book may be quoted without obtaining the APTA and the Fact Book The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) is a nonprofit international association of 1, public and agencies operating each mode of service ranges from a single cable car operator to approximately 6, demandFile Size: 3MB.
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The Transportation Equity Network is a grassroots network of community organizations working to build healthy, equitable communities through transportation funding, policy, and projects.
It provides resources and links on transportation equity, with a focus on economic development and access to jobs. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's. Material from the Public Transportation Fact Book may be quoted or reproduced without obtaining the permission of the American Public Transportation Association.
Suggested Identification: American Public Transportation Association: Public Transportation. Public Transportation Administration. Prepare and administer federal and state grants.
Fare collections, fiscal management, and support of development of regulatory fiscal requirements. Public Transportation Operations and Maintenance. Operations and maintenance to ensure safe, reliable bus fleet with professionally trained bus staff.
The following is a list of local bus agencies in the United States, ranked by ridership. All figures are unlinked passenger trips for the stated time period and come from the American Public Transportation Association 's Quarterly "Public Transportation Ridership Reports".
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The document contains two major parts: The first part (Sections ) provides an overview of the grant programs administered by DRPT, a description of DRPT’s public transportation.
The Public Transportation Fact Book presents statistics describing transit service in the entire United States in The Public Transportation Fact Book, Appendix A: Historical Tables, presents primary data items for the entire time period they have been reported in Fact Books and other statistical reports.
Summary of Public Transportation M Page 7. November Statewide Operations Overview. Results of Efforts to Increase Public Transportation Tax Rates Increasing local tax rates to fund public transportation is a sensitive political.
issue. Depending on the local political climate, voters within the boundaries ofFile Size: 2MB.Public Transportation Matters Access and Affordability. Public transportation benefits all of us, but for millions of Americans, it’s a necessity. It is the primary—or only—transportation option for people who cannot drive or do not have access to private vehicles.
This bill would allow cities or towns to impose a utility tax of up to 2% to be used exclusively for transportation improvements, including: investments in new or existing highways of statewide significance, principle arterial of regional significance.