Transit’s Changing Business Model: A Look at Recent Short-Range Transit Plans

Digital Discourse


MacArthur BART, Oakland

The Federal Transit Administration requires any transit agency receiving federal funds to have a document that generally plans for transit services and operations over what is usually a 10-year period. The most recent cycle of reports, this time shortened to a five-year planning term, can serve as an entry point to discuss transit's changing business model for aligning financial resources with customer needs and public priorities. Join us as our panelists highlight shared challenges as well as fundamental differences among individual operators in adapting to a post-COVID world.

  • Chris Andrichak / AC Transit
  • Mike Eiseman / BART
  • Jonathan Rewers / MUNI
  • Sebastian Petty / SPUR




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