This page contains current and past blog posts. OCTN members are encouraged to contribute to this page by suggesting a topic for a blog, or writing a guest blog article on current or pressing community transportation issues. You can send your ideas to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coordinating community transportation can be a cost-effective way to build transportation capacity by optimizing existing services and using available resources more efficiently. It involves“following a process and implementing strategies that address the disconnected nature of multiple community transportation providers in a county or region” (Towards Coordinated Rural Transportation: A Resource Document, Dillon Consulting Ltd., Rural Ontario Institute: August 2014, p.7).