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FACTS Coalition
FACTS (Future of Accessible-Coordinated Transportaton Services) Coalition is a group of "dedicated community partners driving forward to provide transportation".  Group of over 20 individuals who meet quarterly.
Erica PetrieArea Agency on Aging 3200 E. High St. 2nd FloorLimaOH45801epetrie@psa3.org419-222-7723 x 240
Erica Petrieepetrie@psa3.org419-222-7723 x 240
TAC - Transportation Advisory Committee
Transportation Advisory Committee for Erie County, Ohio 44870
Tom Shwan, AdninistratorSandusky Transit System1230 N. Depot Street, SanduskyOH44870sthomas.schwan@ci.sandusky.oh.us419-621-8462
Sue Daugherty, Serving Our Seniors is acting as the secretarial support to the Transportation Advisory Committee.  Sue Daugherty coordinates the meetings and sends out communications and reminders aobut the TAC Meetings.
Sue Daughertysued@servingourseniors.org800-564-1856
Canal Winchester Human Services
Provide transportation to senior citizens, aged 60 years and older, and any disabled adult under age 60 years old that are unable to drive.
Penny MillerPenny Miller/Canal Winchester Human Services22 South Trine StreetCanal Winchester OH43110ButtonBow@aol.com6148343888
Penny MillerButtonBow@aol.com6148343888
Guernsey County Coordinated Transportation Council 
The Guernsey County Coordinated Transportation Council's primary purpose is to identify transportation collaboration opportunities and to reduce transportation program duplication while meeting and addressing the transportation needs of senior citizens and disabled individuals residing in rural southeastern Guernsey County, Ohio.
Shon GressGuernsey County Senior Citizens Center, Inc.1022 Carlisle AvenueCambridgeOH43725sgress@guernseycounty.org740-439-6681
Lead Agency Appointed by Guernsey Co. Commissioners= Guernsey Co. Senior Citizens Center, Inc.

* The Council has faced some challenges and is in need of facilitation and assistance in revisiting and updating the county's coordinated transportation plan.
Shon Gresssgress@guernseysenior.org740-439-6681
Ottawa County Coordinated Transportation Plan
Cross-functional steering committee comprised of agency leaders that provide services to Seniors, people with disabilities and people with low to moderate income.
Bill LoweOttawa County Transportation Agency275 N. Toussaint South Rd.Oak HarborOH43449blowe@octapublictransit.org567-262-3160
Ongoing transportation coordination and needs analysis are accomplished in monthly Ottawa County Council of Health and Social Concerns meetings.
Bill Loweblowe@octapublictransit.org567-262-3160
Fairfield County Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan
local non-profits, human service agencies, government entities and for profit transportation providers working together to coordinate transportation efforts and to create more efficient options in transportation (including but not limited to shared rides, maintenance, fuel and more).
Carrie Woody,Lancaster Public Transit746 Lawrence
Meigs County Coordinated Transportation Plan
To provide transportation services to all that are in need while not duplicating services to that are already being provided.
To meet the needs to people with special transportation needs.To coordinate services among porviders.
Robert WoodRobert Wood1310 Carleton StreetSyracuseOH45779bwoodmeigs@suddenlinkmail.com17409922066
Robert Woodbwoodmeigs@suddenlinkmail.com17409922066
Greene County Transportation Coordination Council
This council meets quarterly with the task of identifying gaps in all forms of transportation and mobility. It is comprized of 10 current members and continues to grow as awareness of the council spreads to the community.
Bryce BookmillerGreene CATS571 Ledbetter Rd. XeniaOH45385BBookmiller@co.greene.oh.us937-562-6461
Bryce BookmillerBBookmiller@co.greene.oh.us937-562-6461
Clark County Human Services Transportation Council
The Clark County Human Services Transportation Council was recently formed to assist in identifying transportation gaps and service duplications to meet the needs of human service and public transit clients more effectively. The Council merges the resources and expertise of local human service agencies, transportation providers, human service/public transit clientele, and local governments to better understand the provisions and needs in Clark County. The Council meets quarterly and will play a key role in the update of the locally developed Coordinated Plan. The Council will also work to better understand coordination opportunities through shared training, cooperative purchasing, and shared rides.
Glen F. MassieClark County-Springfield Transportation Coordinating Committee3130 East Main Street, Suite 2ASpringfieldOH45505gmassie@clarkcountyohio.gov937.521.2132
Glen F. Massiegmassie@clarkcountyohio.gov937.521.2132
Regional Access Mobility Partnership
A West Virginia & Ohio two-state coordination effort to solve gaps in transportation services in the Steubenville-Weirton Metropolitan Area.  The RAMP is comprised of two 5307 Small Urban Transit Services and numerous human service agencies operating in Ohio and West Virginia.  Other agencies include Job & Family Services, Community Action Councils, Mental Health Organizations, Senior Services, Community Colleges, Regional Medical Groups and Sheltered Workshops.  The RAMP meets on the last tuesday of every month.
Michael PaprockiBHJ Metropolitan Planning Commission124 North 4th Street, Second Floor, Steubenville, OH 43952SteubenvilleOH43952mikepap@bhjmpc.org740 282-3685 ext 209
The RAMP is currently working towards implementing scheduling software technologies to interconnect particiapting transportation providers through a common data file system.
Michael Paprockimikepap@bhjmpc.org740 282-3685 ext 209
Way To Go
In Washington County, the Way to Go Committee has had a history of working together to improve transportation in Washington County. This committee continues to be the medium for change and improved coordination within Washington County. Members meet quarterly to improve the coordination of services within the Washington County.
Dawn RauchCABL218 Putnam StreetMariettaOH45750 drauch@wmcap.org740.373.3745 x212
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LCTB Coordination Sub-Committee
The LCTB is the lead agency of the Coordination Sub-Committee, which is made up of providers and consumers of transportation services, human service agencies and organizations and local government of Licking County.  The LCTB offers public transit, contract and overflow transportation services in support of the United We Ride initiative. The Sub-Committee meets monthly to discuss and address various transportation issues.  The Sub-Committee is committed to the goal of reducing duplicated transportation services where possible through coordination and consolidation. The Sub-Committee also works together to provide other benefits such as coordinated fare assistance, joint training and joint purchasing opportunities, technical assistance and sharing of other such resources. The LCTB Sub-Committee works closely with the local MPO, the Licking County Area Transportation Study (LCATS), providing essential information for the locally developed Coordinated Plan.
Cathleen SheetsLicking County Transt Board (LCTB)763 E. Main StreetNewarkOH43055csheets@lcounty.com740-670-5180
The LCTB Coordination Sub-Committee is available to assist the Coordination Council or any other organization forming coordination groups or supporting initiatives. 
Cathleen Sheetscsheets@lcounty.com740-670-5180
Agency Transportation Advisory Committee
The committee includes human service agencies, public and private (non-profit and for profit) transportation providers, and government representatives in Richland County, Ohio.
Kathy AdamsRichland County Regional Planning Commission35 N. Park St.MansfieldOH44902kadams@rcrpc.org419-774-6396
Trip brokering services are available to entities that desire to pay for rides for persons that the entities approves. Information and referral is available to anyone. Attempts are made to link persons with already existing appropriate transportation, with strong emphasis on the use of public transportation if possible for the time and location of the desired trip.
Kathy Adamskadams@rcrpc.org419-774-6396
TRIPS Community Advisory Board
The Transportation Resources for Independent People of Sandusky County (TRIPS) is made up of members from Human Service Organizations, Transportation Agencies, Low-income, Disabled, Minority, local government officials, and the general public.  Their role is to support the county's coordination efforts, and to make recommendations.  The Advisory Board meets quarterly and has been instrumental in the development of the local human service transporation plan and its implementation strategies.
Robin RichterWSOS Community Action Commission, Inc.P.O. Box 590FremontOH43420rjrichter@wsos.org419-334-8911
Robin Richterrjrichter@wsos.org419-332-2015
Transit Alliance of Butler County (TABC)
A 501 3c  nonprofit governed by a1 11 member Board of Directors established to "To create an effective, efficient and coordinated approach to meet the current and future local and regional transportation needs for Butler County citizens, agencies and businesses."
Carla LakatosButler County RTA3045 Moser CourtHamiltonOH45011lakatoscl@butlercountyrta.org513-785-5226
Current Board of Director representation includes City of Hamilton Health Dept, Supports to Encourage Low Income Families (SELF), County Board of DD, County Behavioral Health, BCRTA, Middletown Transit, WorkPlace Associates,  and Butler County.  Board President is Christy Morris, Director, Community Behavioral Health.
Carla Lakatoslakatoscl@butlercountyrta.com513-785-5226
Miami Valley Regional  Coordination Council
The Council has approximately 30 members and was formed to provide input on the original Coordination Plan in 2008.  The Council is currently acting as the steering committee for the Coordination Plan Update.
Bob SteinbachMVRPC1 S. Main StreetDaytonOH45402bsteinbach@mvrpc.org937 531-6531
The Council meets on an as needed basis, primarily to provide input on the regional Transportation Coordination Plan.  Council members (and others) also receive electronic updates on issues related to human services transportation and funding opportunities.  There are also coordination committees that have been formed in Greene, Miami and Montgomery counties.
Bob Steinbachbsteinbach@mvrpc.org937 531-6531
Transit Advisory Committee of the Delaware Area Transit Agency
The Transit Advisory Committee for the Delaware Area Transit Agency meets monthly to review, evaluate and consider public transit system issues and make recommendations to the Agency and the Delaware County Transit Board. The committee is made up of representatives from area service agencies and businesses and current transit riders and their family members.
Ginny BerryDelaware Area Transit Agency119 Henderson Court DelawareOH43015ginnyberry@ridedata.com740-368-9383
Ginny Berryginnyberry@ridedata.com740-368-9383
TARTA-TMACOG Locally Coordinated Plan Steering Committee
The TARTA-TMACOG Locally Coordinated Plan Steering Committee was formed to assist in identifying transportation gaps and service duplications to meet the needs of human service, job access, senior citizens, individuals with disability, and public transit clients more effectively. The committee is made up of officials from transit authorities, transportation providers (non-profit/profit), JFS, county, city, chamber of commerce, and MPO to look at the resources and expertise of local human service agencies, transportation providers, human service/public transit clientele, and local governments to better understand the provisions and needs in Lucas and Wood Counties. The committee meets periodically and will be instrumental in the update of the locally coordinated plan. The committee will also work to better understand coordination opportunities through mobility management, regional one-stop shop information, shared transportation technologies, shared training, cooperative purchasing, and shared rides.
Jason P. BinderToledo Area Regional Transit Authority1127 W. Central Avenue, PO Box 792ToledoOH43697-0792jbinder@tarta.com419-245-5217
Jason P. Binderjbinder@tarta.com419-245-5217
Mobility Alliance of Northwest Ohio
A 501(c)(3) nonprofit governed by an 7 member Board of Directors. The mission and purpose of the Mobility Alliance of Northwest Ohio is to support public transportation and raise the awareness of its importance.  The organization is formed in three categories; Education, Access and Environment.  The Mobility Alliance of Northwest Ohio works with transportation and transit users, taxpayers, business community, stakeholders, and media outlets to bring about a positive understanding of the mobility options and the commitment to provide the best possible service to the community.  The long-term goal is established to create an effective, efficient and coordinated approach to meet the current and future local and regional transportation needs for Northwest Ohio citizens, agencies and businesses. Current Board of Director representation includes Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority, Senior Centers, Inc., Zepf Center, Assistance Dogs of America, Inc., Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission, The Ability Center of Greater Toledo, The Northwestern Ohio Chapter of the National MS Society, and communities of Northwest Ohio.
Jason P. BinderMobility Alliance of Northwest OhioP.O. Box 792ToledoOH43697-0792complianceofficer@mobilityalliance-nwo.org419-245-5217
Jason P. Bindercomplianceofficer@mobilityalliance-nwo.org419-245-5217
Citizens Advisory Council
The Citizen's Advisory Council, formed by PARTA, is made up of representatives from a variety of local human services organizations, local governments, and consumers.  The 15 member panel meets quarterly.  The group provides a community sounding board both to PARTA - as a whole - and to its coordinated transportation efforts.  A new 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a separate Board of Directors will be assuming a larger, more specific role with PARTA's coordination efforts, which are an outgrowth of its United We Ride research program.
Doug WagenerPARTA2000 Summit RdKentOH44240dwagener@partaonline.org330-678-7745 x107
PARTA's United We Ride effort is being operationalized under the aegis of the new non-profit corporation.  Partners will include transportation providers from the non-profit, for profit, and governmental sectors.
Doug Wagenerdwagener@partaonline.org330-678-7745 x107
Transportation Advisory Council
The Transportation Advisory Council in Pike County meets quarterly to address the transportation needs of Pike County.  The group is comprised of representatives from transportation providers, human service agencies and local government.  The goal of the TAC is to identify transportation providers as well as gaps in transportation services and then coordinate linkages between the two.
Pam MustardCommunity Action Committee of Pike County941 Market 289-2371
Diane Renner, 289-2371
Transportation Coordination Steering Committee
Provides input and collaboration for public transportation services in Hancock, Putnam, and Wyandot Counties in Ohio.
Dave SalucciHHWP Community Action CommissionPO Box 179FindlayOH45839dsaluccicac@bright.net419-423-3755
Committee is comprised of local government officials, agencies serving the aged and the physically/mentally disabled, existing transit providers, and local Job and Family Services representatives.
Dave Saluccidsaluccicac@bright.net419-423-3755
Greater Dayton RTA
Michael PerryGreater dayton RTA600 LongworthDaytonOH45402mperry@greaterdaytonrta.org9374258516
Michael Perrymperry@greaterdaytonrta.org9374258516
Northeast Ohio Mobility Coalition
A group of social service agencies, government groups, transit authorities and providers, and advocates who are working towards a coordinated transportation system for seniors, individuals with disabilities, those with low incomes, and patients with special medical needs. 
Sarah WhiteNortheast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency1299 Superior AvenueClevelandOH44114swhite@mpo.noaca.or216-241-2414Sarah Whiteswhite@mpo.noaca.org216-241-2414