Coordinated Public Transit-Human Service Transportation Plan
Oregon's STF administrative rule requires that STF Agencies (the governing bodies of counties, transportation districts and Indian tribes designated by state law to receive the STF moneys) prepare a plan that will guide the investment of STF moneys to help seniors and individuals with disabilities get needed transportation within that area. FTA mandates this requirement for all project awards in Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities program.
Update Your Coordinated Plan
Capital Inventory Management
Reporting on mileage, status, and condition of all vehicle assets acquired with FTA funds received from ODOT Public Transit is required at the end of each fiscal year. Reporting on status and condition of capitalized equipment and shelter/facility projects is due at the same time. For more details about this and other asset management topics, see the Guidance Library / Provider Handbook area of our website, Asset Maintenance and Reporting tabs.
Additional Compliance Requirements for All Programs
See the Guidance Library / Provider Handbook section, Reporting and Compliance tabs, and the Civil Rights section of our site for information regarding specific regulations and reporting forms and deadlines connected to funding for general public transportation service.
Guidance Library / Provider Handbook