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The Role of Performance-Based Measures in Allocating Funding for Transit Operations
The Role of Performance-Based Measures in Allocating Funding for Transit Operations
Report Number: S-006
This synthesis explores current practice and trends regarding the linkages between financial assistance, service provisions, and performance measurement. It provides an overview of selected transit agency funding programs, as well as some current information from state. This report examines the role of performance measurement in financing transit service. Specifically, the role of state government in assisting local transit service is discussed, as well as the challenges in the use of performance measurement. This synthesis will be of interest to transit agency general managers, financial officers, policy and planning personnel, and others concerned with the economic and budget aspects of providing transit services, as well as funding officials and policymakers in organizations such as departments of transportation (DOTs) and metropolitan plannign organizations (MPOs).
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