The Public Transit Division manages several key programs supporting the Department's vision of an efficient transportation system in livable communities. The scope of these programs includes transit policy initiatives across the state, oversight and training to help ensure program compliance and funds investment strategies based on service-area population and other driving forces.
Supports public transportation in both urban areas and rural communities (population below 50,000) and Tribal governments in Oregon.
Focuses on service and capital transit asset improvements for seniors and individuals with disabilities.
Connects communities by closing service gaps on underserved corridors. Improves service coordination by connecting bus, rail and air services.
Increases transportation system capacity by improving and promoting alternatives to driving alone.
Provides a basis for making short and long-range public transportation decisions.
Helps transit providers meet compliance requirements by providing training and technical assistance fiscal & asset management, preventive maintenance, safety, drug & alcohol testing, civil rights, and ADA.
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