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  • IN MY ROLE AS THE MOBILITY COORDINATOR, OUR EFFORTS ARE FOCUSED ON THE GEOGRAPHICAL AREA THAT MIRRORS THE HEARTLAND RURAL AREA OF CRITICAL ECONOMIC CONCERN, WHICH IS THE COUNTIES OF: HARDEE, HIGHLANDS, DESOTO, OKEECHOBEE, GLADES AND HENDRY AND THE COMMUNITIES OF: BELLE GLADE, PAHOKEE AND SOUTH BAY IN PALM BEACH COUNTY, AND IMMOKALEE IN COLLIER COUNTY. WITHIN THIS RURAL REGION, MOBILITY IS AN EVEN GREATER CHALLENGE AS MANY OF THE CITIES ARE LONG DISTANCES APART AND IN A LOT OF AREAS, THERE ARE NO PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICES AVAILABLE .
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    • 1. NADO National Conference on Rural TransportationGreenville, South CarolinaApril 24 – 26, 2013
    • 2. LEGISLATUREGOVERNORCOMMISSION FOR THETRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGEDMULTI-COUNTY LOCALCOORDINATING BOARD(HARDEE, HIGHLANDS,OKEECHOBEE)PURCHASERS•MEDICAID•CTD•SECTION 5311•DEOA•CHILDREN ANDFAMILIES•PUBLICCONTRACT CARRIERS•A-1 TAXI d/b/d RGK TRANSPORT•CLASSIE TRANSPORTATION•HAYES MEDICAL TRANSPORT•POSITIVE MOBILITYFTA/FDOTVEOLIA TRANSPORTATIONSERVICES, INC.OFFICIAL PLANNING AGENCYCENTRAL FLORIDA REGIONALPLANNING COUNCIL
    • 3.  16% of total population in rural areas 26 of 67 counties are rural Per capita income 15% to 25% lower than in urbancounties Rural population with high school diploma is 7% less thannational average Per capita incomes in Florida’s Designated Rural Areasof Critical Economic Concern” are 60% of nationalaverage High unemployment
    • 4.  Six Rural Counties Four Rural CommunitiesinTwo Urban Counties 5,000 + Square Miles Diverse Population>300,000 Wide range of needs
    • 5. What ?Heartland RuralMobility PlanWhy ?Planning FrameworkMaximize FundingPartnershipsServe Mobility Needs ofCommunitiesOptimize Coordination
    • 6.  PERSONAL VEHICLE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICES PARATRANSIT SERVICES PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES COMMUTER SERVICES VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS
    • 7. A comprehensive planning effort that wasdeveloped around 5 major goals:1.Promote mobility within the Heartland region.2.Support the Region’s economic developmentopportunities.3.Provide coordination between the Region’s land usedevelopment and promotion of smart growth.4.Promote mobility from the Heartland to other regionaldestinations.5.Coordinate regional mobility governance, planning andfunding.
    • 8.  Coordination Project Priorities Joint Marketing / Outreach Shared Resources Maximize Economic Development / GrowthManagement / Funding Eligibilities Promote Partnerships / Grant Opportunities Education and Awareness
    • 9. MMRecognition of “No One Size Fits All”But we’vealways doneit this way
    • 10. FunctionsProcessesSystemsFacilitiesEquipmentCollaborationInnovationPartnershipsFederal $$State $Local $Private $CountiesCitiesAgenciesMedicaidWorkforceHealth DeptsAgingModesMOBILITY
    • 11.  Provides funding for staff to coordinate andimplement the HRMP. Federal Transit Administration 5311 Mobility ManagementCapital Funds Grant (80%/20%)
    • 12. Coordinate ExistingMobility AlternativesCTC/ParatransitSocial ServicesFixed-RouteCommuter ServicesRegional BusRegional Rail(AMTRAK)
    • 13.  Clewiston to Belle Glade SR 27 EstimatedRidership =31,000
    • 14.  Bowling Green / ZolfoStrings Ninety (90) minutefrequency EstimatedRidership = 37,000
    • 15.  Avon Park to LakePlacid US 27 EstimatedRidership = 112,000
    • 16.  Wauchula /Zolfo Springsto Avon Park EstimatedRidership =37,000
    • 17.  La Belle /Clewiston SR 80 EstimatedRidership =110,000
    • 18. Arcadia Circulator
    • 19.  Launched in 2007 Program of the Florida Department ofTransportation – District 1 Collaborating with businesses, commuters,and local communities 12-county region – newemployer-based approachwith planning/marketingemphasis
    • 20.  Focus on Economic Development Regional Network Development Mobility Relevance◦ Economy, Job Access, Education, Healthy Communities Regional Cooperation Planning Process – currently working to establisha 6 county Transportation Planning Organization
    • 21. Possibilities for Our FutureDeSoto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry,Highlands, Okeechobee andPolk Counties
    • 22.  Identify Region Characteristics and Demographics Identify Transportation Resources Establish Public Involvement Plan Assess Overall Regional Mobility Needs Evaluate Existing Public Transportation Services Develop Goals, Objectives and Policies Identify and Evaluate Mobility Alternatives Develop Rural Mobility Operations and StrategicImplementation Plan
    • 23.  County AdministratorRepresentation FDOT, RPC Support Other Key Regional Partners Work Program Development Coordination Process Public Involvement Grants/Funding CollaborationCTC’sOperatorsFDOT LocalGovt.RPCMobilityWorkingGroup

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