INCOG, as the Designated Recipient of the Enhanced Mobility for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities – Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 Program funds, is announcing a call for projects. The available funds are for projects that improve transportation for elderly individuals, and people with disabilities. The deadline for applications is 5:00 p.m., November 14, 2016.
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INCOG, in coordination with local officials, was designated by the Governor of Oklahoma as the organization responsible for developing and implementing the Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (CTP) and a process to select and prioritize projects for the Tulsa Transportation Management Area (TMA). This document is an update of the 2009 Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan for the Tulsa Region. The 2015 Coordinated Plan is developed under MAP-21 and INCOG, now the designated recipient for Section 5310, Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program, for the Tulsa region. For distribution of any funds under Section 5310, projects selected have to be included in the coordinated public transit-human services transportation plan. This Plan specifically focuses on the transportation needs of elderly, and people with disabilities. Please send your comments to Patricia Dinoa at email@example.com.
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Regional Council for Coordinated Transportation
The Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services
Transportation Plan endorses the creation of a Regional Council for
Coordinated Transportation (RCCT) to oversee the implementation and
further promotion of the plan in the Tulsa Transportation Management
Area (TMA). The RCCT is composed of representatives from human
service organizations, local governments, public and private transit
providers, and non-profit and government organizations that provide
services and advocacy for low income individuals, persons with
disabilities, and elderly individuals.
RCCT Orientation Booklet
Transportation Provider Inventory
Does your agency provide transportation services or assistance?
If you are a transportation provider or provide assistance for clients/members/residents to gain transportation, please take a moment to fill out our provider survey. This information will aid INCOG in creating a Regional Mobility Center where providers can collaborate on services and citizens can find valuable information to meet their needs.
Click here to take the Transportation Provider Survey.
INCOG is updating the transportation provider inventory to be included in the Coordinated Transportation Plan. In order to advance coordinated transportation and inform residents of available transportation options, a directory of transportation services will be compiled and made available to the public. Even if your organization only provides bus tokens/ride passes or services for specific populations we still need to hear from you! Agencies that respond will be included in future mailings regarding JARC and New Freedom funding opportunities. Click here to see the 2008 Transportation Providers Inventory
The following list of sites includes more information
on Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation plans
and why your involvement is so important.
Community Transportation Association
United We Ride
Joint Oklahoma Information Network
Tulsa Area 211
CPTHSP Implementation Guidance - effective May 1, 2007
Guidance Circular - effective May 1, 2007
5316 Guidance Circular - effective May 1, 2007
5317 Guidance Circular - effective May 1, 2007
FTA Authorization Fact Sheets:
Formula Program for Elderly Persons and Persons with Disabilities (49 U.S.C. Section 5310),
Job Access and Reverse Commute (49 U.S.C. Section 5316), and
New Freedom Program (49 U.S.C. Section 5317)
United We Ride
Framework for Action - Building the Fully Coordinated
Transportation System: Self Assessment Tools