Phase 1 and 2 Summary
The Statewide Mobility Management Project was initiated in December 2015 with the goal of improving travel options for residents and visitors of the state.
The Mobility Management Phase 1 project produced a comprehensive concept development report. The report identified regional centers across the state that were transportation destinations for medical services, shopping, and employment. During this phase market needs were analyzed and concepts were developed to fill gaps in service.
In Phase 2, the state was organized into six regions based on the regional centers identified in Phase 1 (Panhandle, Southwest, North Central, South Central, Northeast, and Southeast). Statewide and Regional Coordinating Committees were established to identify additional gaps and needs. Focusing in each region, coordination strategies were developed based on leveraging existing service to improve access, creating system efficiencies to reduce redundant service and expanding transportation access to areas without service.