Technology Strike Team Technical Assistance for Transit Agencies
The National Center for Applied Transit Technology is providing in-person and off site technical assistance for small-urban, rural, and tribal transit agencies to develop technology action plans to help meet strategic goals.
Potential technologies to plan for include:
- Mobility as a Service and One-Call/One-Click/One-Tap building block technologies
- Ride hailing, microtransit, and other on-demand services that complement transit service
- Automated vehicle planning and pilots
- Real-time transit information
- Open source software that enables interoperability of systems
- Open data
- Fare integration
- Electric buses and related charging infrastructure or facilities
- Other emerging technologies
Eligible participants include:
- Providers of public transportation in small-urban (50,000-200,000 population), rural ( less than 50,000 population), and tribal communities
- Private, nonprofit organizations that run public transportation services in these areas
- Groups of agencies in small-urban/rural regions that intend to or are currently collaborating
Technical assistance will be provided at no cost for up to 4 transit agencies.
For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.