STUDIES

Transit/Coordination

LIST OF TRANSIT/COORDINATION STUDIES

Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan - Version 1
Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority Transit Asset Management (TAM) 2018 Plan
Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority Transit Plan 20/20
Regional Public Transportation Coordination Plan 2011 for the Coastal Bend

CORPUS CHRISTI REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AGENCY SAFETY PLAN - VERSION 1

Published July 1, 2020

To ensure that the necessary processes are in place to accomplish both enhanced safety at the local level and the goals of the NSP, CCRTA and the CCRTA Board of Directors adopt this ASP and the tenets of SMS including a Safety Management Policy (SMP) and the processes for Safety Risk Management (SRM), Safety Assurance (SA), and Safety Promotion (SP), per 49 U.S.C. 5329(d)(1)(A). 1 While safety has always been a primary function at CCRTA, this document lays out a process to fully implement an SMS over the next several years that complies with the PTASP final rule.

CORPUS CHRISTI REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AGENCY SAFETY PLAN VER. 1

CORPUS CHRISTI REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY TRANSIT ASSET MANAGEMENT (TAM) 2018 PLAN

Published October 2018

The purpose of developing the Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority (CCRTA) TAM Plan is to aid CCRTA in achieving and maintaining a state of good repair (SGR) of all public transportation assets in the CCRTA Service area. SGR is in the condition in which a capital asset is able to operate at a full level of performance. This means that the asset 1) is able to perform its designed function, 2) does not pose a known unacceptable safety risk, and 3) it's lifecycle investments have been met or recovered.

CORPUS CHRISTI REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY TRANSIT ASSET MANAGEMENT (TAM) 2018 PLAN

CORPUS CHRISTI REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY TRANSIT PLAN 20/20

Published September 2016

In July 2015, the Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority (CCRTA) initiated a comprehensive analysis of its entire bus system, titled Transit Plan 20/20. The first element of the study was an Existing Conditions Report that evaluated population and employment characteristics, service design and ridership. The densities and distribution of population segments students, and employees was also examined. The report also included a review of peer transit agencies to identify deficiencies and opportunities for improvement. The primary intent of the existing conditions report was to highlight existing strengths and weaknesses of the CCRTA system and provide a foundation for service recommendations.

CORPUS CHRISTI REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY TRANSIT PLAN 20/20

REGIONAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION COORDINATION PLAN 2011 FOR THE COASTAL BEND

Published September 2010

In 2006, the Coastal Bend Council of Governments (CBCOG) produced the Regional Public Transportation Coordination Plan for the Coastal Bend in accordance with state and federal regulations. The initial plan was a short-range plan, appropriate to provide guidance for regional coordination for approximately four to five years. An update of the plan is necessary in order to continue to be relevant and provide new goals for the future of regional public transportation coordination in the Coastal Bend. Using funds from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Public Transportation Division, CBCOG contracted with Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) to prepare the transportation inventory and the public transportation needs and gap assessment as the first two activities for the updated plan. This report represents the initial chapters for the Updated Regional Public Transportation Coordination Plan 2011.

PART 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PART II: REGIONAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION COORDINATION PLAN 2011

PART III: APPENDIX - COASTAL BEND PUBLIC TRANPORTATION NEEDS ASSESSMENT SURVEY

PART IV: WORK PLAN FOR REGIONALLY COORDINATED TRANSPORATIOIN PLANNNG IN THE COASTAL BEND

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FEDERAL GRANT

The preparation of these reports has been financed in part through grant[s] from the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, under the State Planning and Research Program, Section 505 [or Metropolitan Planning Program, Section 104(f)] of Title 23, U.S. Code. The contents of these reports do not necessarily reflect the official views or policy of the U.S. Department of Transportation.