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The Transportation/Human Services Coordination study builds on prior work on transportation-human services coordination in the state and will identify what has changed in terms of coordination since 2000. It will assess prior work to identify what has worked well and what barriers have prevented implementation of recommendations for improved coordination. The Oregon Department of Transportation, Public Transit Division, has contracted with the Association of Oregon Counties (AOC) to manage the study. AOC has hired Cogan Owens Cogan to conduct the study. A policy Steering Committee and a Technical Advisory Committee have been established to provide guidance.

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Association of Oregon Counties (AOC), on behalf of the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), contracted with Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates to review updates, prepared in 2009, to the original Coordinated Public Transit Human Services Transportation Plans (Coordinated Plans).

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A summary report of key activities and findings provides consultant assistance to local jurisdictions throughout the State of Oregon responsible to prepare and adopt Complementary Paratransit Plans as required by the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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The purpose of the research reported here was to identify the current status and needs for general public transportation in Oregon's rural areas, as well as opportunities and barriers (e.g., funding, governance issues, and leadership) to expanding services over a 20-year period.

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A report presenting an estimate of the demand and costs of transit for older adults and people with disabilities in Oregon in the year 2030. The focus is on demand response transit, although fixed route transit, particularly in rural areas of the state, is also addressed.

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The Governor's Task Force on Veterans' Services identifies issues facing Oregon veterans and providing recommendations to improve service delivery to those veterans. In every inquiry, they found a lack of transportation to and from VA medical appointments as a major barrier to veterans receiving their earned benefits.

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