Beginning in late 2017, the NADO Research Foundation and project partners Small Urban, Rural, and Tribal Center on Mobility (a consortium led by the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University) and the National Rural Transit Assistance Program conducted technical assistance related to rural transportation and rural development with support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development. USDA is an equal opportunity provider.
Technical assistance materials published from 2018 to 2021 are available below:
- Mobility, Economic Resilience, and Substance Use Disorder Workshop Series
- Innovations in Rural Mobility (PDF)
- Bike Share and Bicycle Libraries in Small Communities (PDF)
- Funding Mechanisms for Public Transportation: A Review of Local Match Practices and Public-Private Partnerships (PDF)
- Connecting Rural Residents to Resources Through an Eastern Georgia Rural Transit Hub (PDF)
- A “Smart” Transit Hub in Rural Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma Feasibility Study (PDF)
- Transit Feasibility Study prepared for Lebanon, Missouri and Lake of the Ozarks Council of Local Governments (very large PDF)
- Transportation Voucher Pilot Project Report prepared for Deep East Texas Council of Governments (PDF)
- Cortez to Durango Transit Service Report prepared for the Southwest Colorado Council of Governments (PDF)
- Rural Transportation Options in Klickitat County, WA (PDF)
- Regional Mobility in Prince William Sound (PDF)
To learn more about the project, contact NADO staff Carrie Kissel at ckissel @ nado.org.
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