Management & Operations

Tulsa Transit launches operational analysis of bus system

Posted on March 1, 2018

Tulsa Transit has partnered with Connetics Transportation Group, a consulting firm specializing in public transportation operations for the Connecting Progress Plan, as well as with INCOG and the Community Service Council.
Tulsa Transit
Tulsa Transit has partnered with Connetics Transportation Group, a consulting firm specializing in public transportation operations for the Connecting Progress Plan, as well as with INCOG and the Community Service Council.
Tulsa Transit

The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority (Tulsa Transit) began its “Connecting Progress Plan” — an operational analysis to determine the best way to deploy, and possibly reorganize, routes to serve existing and future transit customers. Potential outcomes of the Connecting Progress Plan include improvements to route connections, frequency, service span, and trip speed.

“Tulsa Transit is excited to undertake our first deep system review in 14 years. We see this as an opportune time for Tulsa with the increased interest and investment in transit,” said Tulsa Transit GM Ted Rieck. “The Connecting Progress Plan gives us an opportunity to revitalize our system, attract new riders, and to engage the community in ways we have not done for a long time.”

Tulsa Transit has partnered with Connetics Transportation Group, a consulting firm specializing in public transportation operations for the Connecting Progress Plan, as well as with INCOG and the Community Service Council.

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