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Agency Safety Plan (ASP) Directory

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) gathered Agency Safety Plan (ASP) resources to support the transit industry in developing, implementing, and updating their ASPs. The ASPs illustrate the various ways agencies throughout the transit industry are implementing the Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan (PTASP) requirements.

Agency Safety Plans

The following list includes ASPs that have been made publicly available by transit agencies, and FTA is making them available in adherence with the DOT Website Linking Policy. If you would like to add your ASP to this ASP Directory, please contact the PTASP Technical Assistance Center (TAC) at PTASP-TAC@dot.gov.

AC Transit – Oakland, California

  • Agency Type: Large Bus Operator
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Commuter Bus, Demand Response

Berkshire Regional Transit Authority – Pittsfield, Massachusetts

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response

Chatham Area Transit - Savannah, Georgia

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response

Davidson County Transportation System – Lexington, North Carolina

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response

Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority – Cleveland, Ohio

  • Agency Type: Rail Transit Agency, Large Bus Operator
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response, Rail

Greater Hartford Transit District  – Hartford, Connecticut

  • Agency Type: Large Bus Operator
  • Modes: Demand Response

Harris County Transit – Houston, Texas

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response, Non-Emergency Medical Transport

Humboldt Transit Authority – Eureka, California

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Commuter Bus, Demand Response

Intercity Transit – Olympia, Washington 

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response, Vanpool

Link Transit  – Burlington, North Carolina

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response

Mountain Mobility – Asheville, North Carolina

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response

Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation  – Greensboro, North Carolina

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Vanpool

San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority – San Luis Obispo, California

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response

Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District – Santa Barbara, California

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus

Unitrans – Davis, California 

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus 

Valley Metro - Phoenix, Arizona

  • Agency Type: Rail Transit Agency, Large Bus Operator
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response, Light Rail, Streetcar, Vanpool

Valpo Transit – Valparaiso, Indiana

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Commuter Bus, Deviated Fixed Route Bus

Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation – Virginia

  • Agency Type: State Department of Transportation
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response

Waco Transit System – Waco, Texas

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response 

Western Contra Costa Transit Authority – Pinole, California

  • Agency Type: Small Public Transportation Provider
  • Modes: Fixed Route Bus, Demand Response

DISCLAIMER: FTA has not assessed whether any of these plans meet applicable statutory or regulatory requirements. This list is provided for technical assistance only. Inclusion on this list does not imply endorsement or approval by FTA. Some transit agency websites may not be up to date. 

Sample ASPs and Checklists 

FTA has prepared two sample Agency Safety Plans (ASPs), and a fact sheet that gives suggestions on how to use the sample plans, and sample ASP checklists for bus and rail transit. 

Add Your ASP or Ask Questions

Please direct all PTASP and SMS questions to PTASP-TAC@dot.gov.

  • If you have questions about an ASP in this directory, please contact the PTASP TAC. 
  • If you would like to add your ASP to the ASP Directory, please contact the PTASP TAC.

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Last updated: Wednesday, November 16, 2022