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Local Fixed Service or Shuttle

A system of transporting individuals (other than by aircraft), including the provision of designated public transportation service by public entities and the provision of transportation service by private entities, including, but not limited to, specific public transportation service, on which a vehicle is operated along a prescribed route according to a fixed schedule.

Demand-Response / Dial-a-Ride Microtransit Service

A transit service operating in response to calls from passengers (or their agents) to the transit operator, who then dispatches a vehicle to pick up the passengers and transport them to their destinations. The vehicles do not operate over a fixed-route or on a fixed schedule. The vehicle may be dispatched to pick up several passengers at different pick-up points before taking them to their respective destinations and may even be interrupted en route to these destinations to pick up other passengers.

Deviated / Flex Route Bus Microtransit Service

A transit service usually operating along a circulatory type schedule with fixed stops that can deliver passengers to off-route destinations. For example, some flex route buses will deviate a quarter-mile from the designated route to assist any passengers such as the elderly or disabled who may have difficulty getting to a Flex Route bus stop. Deviated stops sometimes have to be scheduled by passengers in advance.

​Regional Commuter Express Service to Regional Job Centers

A transit service that provides trips to and from major job centers in across multiple counties, usually within one regional planning area. Typically, this type of service operates on fixed routes and schedules, primarily in the morning and evening on weekdays.

Vans & Carpools

Carpools are usually formed by a group of people who live and work in similar areas, commuting together in a private vehicle. Members may take turns driving, and individual benefits include time-off from driving, less wear & tear on vehicle, savings on fuel and parking, and time to socialize.

Vanpools are usually created with the help of an employer or vanpool service. Usually each vanpool has a designated driver/coordinator and sometimes secondary/alternate drivers. The members of the vanpool share the cost of fuel and sometimes the vehicle itself. Riders usually meet in a centralized location such as a shopping center parking lot.

Both carpools and vanpools meet the High-Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) requirements for express lanes and may get access to special parking rates and/or locations.

Taxis / Transportation Network Companies (TNC) like Uber, Lyft

A taxicab, also known as a taxi or a cab, is a type of vehicle for hire with a driver, used by a single passenger or small group of passengers, often for a non-shared ride. Transportation Network Companies (TNC) such as Uber and Lyft use smartphone applications to connect passengers with drivers of privately-owned, non-commercial vehicles. Sometimes transit agencies contract directly with taxi companies or TNCs to provide last-mile connectivity to their established routes, expanding the reach of the existing transit system.