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2020 CCAM Meetings & Listening Sessions

CCAM Webinar Series: CCAM Program Inventory – USDOT Program Spotlight (March 12, 2020)

As part of the 2020 Webinar Series: CCAM Program Inventory - A Call to Coordination, the Federal Transit Administration partnered with the Federal Highway Administration to highlight the 12 U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) programs found in the CCAM program inventory. The programs highlighted on the webinar include:

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

  1. Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside    
  2. Recreational Trails Program
  3. Tribal Transportation Program

Federal Transit Administration (FTA)

  1. Section 5311 Tribal Transit Program
  2. Section 5311 Formula Grants for Rural Areas
  3. Pilot Program for Innovative Coordinated Access and Mobility Grants
  4. Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities
  5. Section 5312 Public Transportation Innovation Program
  6. Section 5307 Urbanized Area Formula Program
  7. Section 5309 Capital Investment Grants
  8. Section 5324 Emergency Relief Program
  9. Section 5339 Buses and Bus Facilities Program

Objectives:

Bring diverse networks together to learn from Federal program managers; and

Address the most prevalent barriers to transportation coordination, gathered through the 2018 CCAM State and Local Focus Groups.

Target Audience: Grantees of the CCAM Member Agencies

Agenda | View the webinar | Meeting presentation

FTA Technical Assistance Center Coordination Meeting (March 3, 2020)

Purpose: To prioritize a coordinated communication strategy across the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and it’s five national technical assistance (TA) centers that will effectively share information with state transportation agencies and rural and tribal transit providers on coordination opportunities and leading coordination practices in an accessible and informative way.

Objective: To resolve the outstanding GAO recommendation via Public Transportation: Enhanced Federal Information Sharing on Coordination Could Improve Rural Transit Services, by:

Generating a centralized, searchable library database cataloging all available transportation resources, cross linked on FTA-funded TA centers and FTA program webpages. (Under development by NRTAP);

Planning 2020 quarterly convening’s (June, September, December) to share upcoming events and resources for cross promotion, and encourage ongoing coordination across the TA centers and FTA; and

Recommending future activities for coordination. 

AgendaMeeting presentation | Meeting notes

CCAM Webinar Series: CCAM Program Inventory – HHS Program Spotlight (February 13, 2020)

The Federal Transit Administration kicked off the 2020 Webinar Series: CCAM Program Inventory - A Call to Coordination by partnering with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to highlight some of the 66 HHS programs in the CCAM program inventory.

Personal mobility is essential to the success of America’s residents, communities, and economy. Transportation enables mobility by connecting individuals to jobs, healthcare and services, and opens the door to opportunity. Despite its significance, millions of Americans lack access to reliable transportation due to disability, income, or age. The Federal Government recognizes the importance of personal mobility. Agencies across the government administer 130 federal programs that may fund transportation services for people with disabilities, older adults, and individuals of low income. However, these transportation services can be costly and fragmented due to lack of interagency collaboration. Together, the CCAM partner agencies are hosting a webinar series to increase local, state and federal coordination to enhance accessible, efficient transportation options for the target populations.

Objectives:

  • Bring diverse networks together to learn from Federal program managers; and
  • Address the most prevalent barriers to transportation coordination, gathered through the 2018 CCAM State and Local Focus Groups.

Target Audience: Grantees of the CCAM Member Agencies

Agenda | View the webinar | Meeting presentation

Last updated: Tuesday, June 23, 2020