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FY21 Innovative Coordinated Access & Mobility Project Selections

State Sponsor Project Title Project Description Amount
CA Full Access and Coordinated Transportation, Inc. (FACT) One-call/One-click Transportation Access – A Regionally Coordinated Solution Full Access and Coordinated Transportation, Inc., will receive funding to research and develop an online platform that will facilitate contactless payments and standardize trip reservation requests/client information among specialized regional transportation providers. The platform will improve the reliability of San Diego County's transportation system. $240,000
CO Disability Services, Inc., dba, Envida Medicaid Tech Solutions for Colorado: Streamlined Reimbursement for Specialized and Rural Transit Providers to Support Robust, Sustainable Transit Networks Disability Services, Inc. will receive funding to design software to streamline the Medicaid reimbursement process for specialized and rural transportation providers in the Central Front Range and Pikes Peak regions, resulting in more efficient use of federal funds. The platform will streamline the rider experience and create a foundation for regional transit networks using federal funds from multiple federal agencies. $260,000
CO Southwest Colorado Council of Governments Southwest Colorado Digital Mobility Hub The Southwest Colorado Council of Governments will receive funding to build a software platform for a regional one-call/one-click digital mobility hub that will digitize information from providers across the region and integrate with the Colorado Department of Transportation's Connected Colorado project. $350,000
DC Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Planning for Multi-program Transportation Coordination in the National Capital Region The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments will receive funding to collaborate with planners, transportation providers and mobility managers to determine the best way to transition the Reach-a-ride platform to a one-call/one-click information, referral, and assistance tool for local transportation. $100,000
GA G1VE Atlanta Ride-on-demand: a sustainable, equitable, and technologically sound solution to microtransit for homeless and disadvantaged populations. G1VE Atlanta will receive funding to develop tools to schedule rides for individuals from a number of local organizations, including MARTA, Let’s Ride Atlanta, the Georgia Department of Community Affairs, Partners for Home, homeless/emergency shelters, the Atlanta Regional Commission, and public and private mental health institutions throughout Georgia. $500,000
MA City of Salem The North Shore Medical Transportation Coalition (NSMTC). The City of Salem will receive funding to implement the North Shore Medical Transportation Coalition (NSMTC), which will include several local cities and healthcare centers. Each healthcare facility will be equipped with an easy-to-use booking portal, allowing providers to book scheduled and on-demand rides. $367,225
MI Michigan Department of Transportation Rural Electrification Vehicles and Charging Stations for Non-emergency Medical Rides to Wellness The Michigan Department of Transportation, in cooperation with the Michigan Transportation Connection (MTC), will receive funding for electric vans and charging stations. This project will allow the MTC network to extend service to rural, underserved areas by linking with transit agencies throughout Michigan. $711,594
MO Missouri Rural Health Association Missouri Rural Mobility Management Technical Assistance and Training Center The Missouri Rural Health Association will receive funding to create a centralized location to improve transit access, reduce cancellations, provide technical assistance, and house resources for mobility management and coordination. They will also increase collaboration between health and transportation providers . $725,387
NC City of Winston-Salem/Winston-Salem Transit Authority GPS Notification and Tracking of Demand Response Para-transit Trips and Regional Scheduling and Ticketing Enhancements to Fixed-route Services in the Winston-Salem Urbanized Area The City of Winston-Salem/Winston-Salem Transit Authority will receive funding to create a paratransit tracking and notification system and launch a regional fare system. They will use real-time online tools to facilitate notifications/tracking. $320,000
NY Lifespan of Greater Rochester Inc. Genesee-Finger Lakes 1-click Regional Mobility Management Project Lifespan of Greater Rochester, Inc., will receive funding to expand the Finger Lakes’ regional 1-click web portal, creating an integrated and seamless process riders can use to access community transportation. The expanded portal will include the ability to schedule and pay for transit trips. $240,000
OH Ohio Department of Transportation Mobility Ohio Pilot Project The Ohio Department of Transportation will receive funding to partner with state agencies to launch a regional transportation resource center in a four-county area in southeastern Ohio. The center, which will serve as a one-stop hub for trip scheduling and mobility management, will coordinate trips for approximately 40 transit providers, thus facilitating safe and reliable transportation. $2,813,123
OK Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority (COTPA) dba EMBARK COTPA, dba EMBARK Paratransit/Mobility Software Replacement EMBARK will receive funding to replace an outdated paratransit scheduling system with a next-generation mobility coordination and scheduling system. This system will streamline multiple transportation funding sources. $325,000
PA Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Simplifying Medicaid Consumer Access to the Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP) and Streamlining Program Administration The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will receive funding to expand its Find My Ride platform by allowing Medicaid users to submit requests for fixed-route tickets/reimbursements for out-of-pocket travel expenses. $750,000
RI Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) Rhode Island Travel Training Network The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority will receive funding to create a travel training network designed for older adults, low-income groups, and people with disabilities to familiarize them with transportation services, foster their independence, and enhance statewide mobility. $96,000
TX Panhandle Regional Planning Commission Ride-share Voucher Pilot Program – Texas Panhandle The Panhandle Regional Planning Commission will receive funding to launch a transit program that will include an accessible van. The program will include vouchers for ride-share/taxi services. $160,200
UT Summit County High Valley Transit Healthcare Access Expansion (AcE) Program Summit County will receive funding to expand its existing High Valley Transit service into areas where individuals currently struggle to access healthcare. Summit County will partner with the health department and People’s Health Clinic—both of which offer comprehensive healthcare and wrap-around services—to provide patients with high-quality, on-demand non-emergency medical transportation services. $345,250
VA Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) Transportation Navigator Version 2.0: Virginia's Transportation and Mobility Directory The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation will receive funding to expand and enhance the Virginia Transportation Navigator (VTN), a one-call/one-click directory of public and human-service transportation. The VTN also provides mobility-management and travel training services. $100,500