We are three public agencies with similar priorities, who have decided to work together to solve a similar technical problem.
By working together, we will:
By leading from within public agencies, we will develop technology that is:
The project is funded by the SHRP2 Implementation Assistance Program for the C10 project, which is managed by the Federal Highway Administration. SHRP2 is a research program created by congress and administered by the National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board.
This project is one of four C10 implementation assistance projects across the U.S., and the only one to tackle person-level transit as opposed to solely vehicular travel.
Other C10 implementation assistance projects are in Maryland, Atlanta, and Ohio. We are collaborating with these projects through quarterly phone calls and frequent publication of our materials and progress on this website.
The SHRP2 implementation assistance money is being partially matched by in-kind contributions from the three partner agencies.
SFCTA Manager and DTA Integration Expert
Project Manager and Chief Cat Wrangler
Software Guru and Principal Investigator
Task Lead for Networks & Implementation
Task Lead for Transit Rider Behavior Task
Task Lead for Test Networks
Task Lead for Transit Data & Implementation
Code expert on most tasks
Task Lead for Travel Demand and All Around Helper
Consultant for Travel Behavior Task
Original Fast-Trips developer and project collaborator
Dwell time estimation; Fast Trips Soundcast Integration
Utility Player for Calibration
Former Principal Investigator and Chief Contract Wrangler
Former Software Guru