Technical memos are detailed documentation of all the research that goes into building the Regional Transit Development Plan. Information you will find here includes:
- Baseline Conditions of Population
- Commuting Patterns
- Evaluation of Existing Transit Service
- Transit Performance Evaluation
- Tampa Bay Region Trend Analysis
- Regional Peer Agency Analysis
- Transit Demand Assessment
- Regional Mobility Needs
- Ridership Forecasts
- Regional Transit Improvement
- Socioeconomic Trends
- Land Use Policy
- Community Feedback
- Travel Behavior and Commuting Trends
Tech Memorandum #1 - Baseline Conditions
Baseline conditions, including service area population, employment densities, population forecasts, land use, age distribution, income and education, labor force, automobile ownership, commuting patterns & tourism.
Tech Memorandum #2 - Transit Performance
Evaluations of existing transit service, peer regional agency evaluation (Atlanta, Phoenix, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Seattle, San Diego, South Florida), Tampa Bay trend analysis, summary of regional performance & opportunities.
Tech Memorandum #3 - Regional Mobility
Includes transit demand assessment, regional mobility needs, short and long-term improvements, ridership forecasts, regional transit improvement evaluations, evaluation methodology & 10-year network ridership forecast.
Tech Memorandum #4 - Situation Appraisal
Includes Planning: Socioeconomic trends, travel behavior and commuting trends, land use policy, community feedback, transit technologies, also funding, operations, & peer regional agency staffing levels.
Tech Memorandum #5: Public Involvement Summary
Public Involvement Plan, outreach goals and guiding principles, communication tools, outreach strategies, meetings, presentations and community events, media outreach, online surveys.