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United States Department of Transportation United States Department of Transportation

FY20 Mobility for All Project Selections

State Project Sponsor Project Description Funding
CA Access Services Access Services, serving 45 agencies in Los Angeles County, will receive funding for an accessible traveler mobile app that provides real-time arrival, trip booking and integrated mobile fare payment. $330,000
DC Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments will receive funding to develop a Rides to Health technology platform that integrates and synchronizes transportation services to/from dialysis centers, including making reservations, scheduling trips and monitoring on-time arrival. $151,200
GA Georgia Department of Transportation The Georgia Department of Transportation will receive funding to launch a regional rural transit/human services transportation program and develop a trip scheduling app and website in the state's coastal region. $120,000
IA Iowa Department of Transportation The Iowa Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Heart of Iowa Regional Transit Agency to implement a travel training program with people and agencies in seven rural central Iowa counties to identify needs and funding support, develop partnerships and inform about the benefits of rural transit. $70,720
LA Regional Transit Authority The New Orleans Regional Transit Authority will receive funding to launch a program to provide better connections to healthcare and other destinations for people with low incomes, older adults, and people with disabilities in New Orleans East. The community has a disproportionate share of city residents living at or below the poverty line. $300,000
MA MetroWest Regional Transit Authority (MWRTA) The MetroWest Regional Transit Authority in northwest Massachusetts will receive funding to create new technology to expand transportation options for seniors and disadvantaged populations using an innovative microtransit approach. $300,000
MD Maryland Transit Administration on Behalf of Bayside Community Network, Inc. The Maryland Transit Administration will receive funding on behalf of Bayside Community Network, Inc., a nonprofit human services agency in northeast Maryland, to hire a mobility manager who will increase transportation coordination for people with disabilities, offer solutions to fill transportation gaps, particularly for evenings/weekends, and increase independence for people with disabilities. $40,000
ME Maine Department of Transportation Maine DOT will receive funding for a pilot project to expand on-demand bus service in Aroostook County and the rural Presque Isle area to daily fixed route bus service. The project will utilize enhanced technology to fill gaps in service and improve access and mobility for older adults and individuals with disabilities in northern Maine. $187,855
MI Flint Mass Transportation Authority The Flint Mass Transportation Authority will receive funding to expand its same-day, on-demand transportation program with new partner agencies and clients, specifically veterans and individuals with substance use disorders living in Flint and Genesee County's rural communities who travel long distances to healthcare facilities. $545,696
MO Missouri Rural Health Association The Missouri Rural Health Association will receive funding to hire a rural mobility manager as part of its HealthTran project who will form a statewide technical assistance platform that improves health through service coordination and management. $391,709
NC North Carolina Department of Transportation The North Carolina DOT will receive funding for trip scheduling software that will create a more efficient point of entry to connect underserved populations, including people seeking substance abuse treatment, with transportation services in rural northeastern North Carolina. $280,000
NV Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will receive funding to build a mobile learning lab to educate people with disabilities, older adults, veterans and others who may not be able to access or successfully navigate RTC's transit system on technology and resources to improve their mobility and connection to services. $128,624
OR Lane Transit District Lane Transit District in Eugene, OR, will receive funding to acquire technology to develop a customer portal that provides online booking and cancellations, which will improve health outcomes and decrease health disparities experienced by disadvantaged communities. $76,000
OR Oregon Department of Transportation The Oregon Department of Transportation will receive funding to expand its transit data system to an open source format, providing standardized discovery and analysis for use throughout Oregon, including tools to identify service gaps and opportunities for collaboration. $40,000
SC Greenville Pickens Area Transportation Study (GPATS) Greenville Pickens Area Transportation Study will receive funding on behalf of the South Carolina Department of Disabilities & Special Needs to initiate the Carolinas Access & Mobility for All Coordination project in Fountain Inn, S.C. The project will feature a coordinated demand response software application to improve mobility to vital community services for older adults, people with disabilities and others. $326,000
VA Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) The Virginia Department of Rail & Public Transportation will receive funding to develop an online directory of transportation services, including transit and human services, volunteer and voucher programs, travel training, mobility management, and other transportation services and programs. This will expand information about transportation options for Virginia residents. $79,016
WA Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians of Washington The Stillaguamish Tribe will receive funding to purchase scheduling/dispatching software that will provide efficient route configurations for drivers and live updates for bookings and cancellations. Riders will be able to book, track, and locate rides from a mobile device, improving its service area in Snohomish and Skagit counties. In addition to serving the Stillaguamish Reservation, Stillaguamish Tribe provides transportation services to neighboring tribes, including the Lummi Nation and the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. $136,000

Total Funds:
$3,502,820

Last updated: Friday, June 12, 2020