Coordinated Transportation Committee Meetings

The Coordinated Plan is the product of discussion and cooperation between public, private, and non-profit transportation and human services providers, as well as other stakeholders and members of the public from throughout the region. This group works to identify the transportation needs of individuals with disabilities, older adults, and people with low incomes, and provide strategies for meeting these needs, and prioritize transportation services for funding and implementation. They also serve as a transit advisory committee for the greater New Orleans region. The RPC hosts quarterly meetings bringing these groups together to refine and update the content, strategies, and activities of the Coordinated Plan.

If you are interested in participating in these meetings, or have any questions, please contact Nik Richard at 504-483-8535 or at nrichard@norpc.org .

2018 Coordinated Plan

Demographic maps based on ACS Estimates (2012-2016) associated with the 2018 Plan

North Shore

South Shore

River Parishes

Jefferson Parish Public Transit Strategic Plan (2019)

This 2019 JET Strategic Plan is designed to provide a vision for Jefferson Parish Transit over the next 20 years, and a plan for how to achieve that vision

Comprehensive Operations Analysis (2012)

As population and businesses have returned to Jefferson and Orleans parishes post-Katrina, both New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (RTA) and Jefferson Parish Transit’s (JeT) ridership demand patterns have been changing.  The Regional Planning Commission initiated a Comprehensive Operations Analysis (COA) to collect travel demand data for existing users of RTA and JeT services, and to complete an assessment of how well current services were operating.

Transit Plan for the Greater New Orleans Region (2007)

The Transit Plan for the Greater New Orleans Region, which for the purposes of this study includes Orleans, Jefferson, and St. Bernard Parishes, is to present a financially constrained plan for the re-establishment of a broader level of transit services in the post-Katrina era.  The report includes information on post-Katrina demographics, transit service demand, transit service standards, an operations plan and makes recommendations for short, mid, and long-term operations as well as coordination opportunities for the various transit providers and parishes.

Additional Resources

- Regional Transit Authority
- Jefferson Transit
- St. Bernard Urban Rapid Transit
- River Parish Transit Authority
- Plaquemines Parish
- St. Tammany Parish
- South Central Planning and Development Commission
- Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
- Federal Transit Administration

 

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