North Central RTD and City of Santa Fe Transit System Consolidation Analysis
The Final Report PDF document is now available for downloading and review. Adobe Acrobat Reader (free) is necessary to read the documents.
The document in one file
Task 3 NCRTD-SFT Consolidation Options Final (complete document) 8-17-2017
The document in sections
Task 3A NCRTD-SFT Consolidation Financial Options Final 8-16-2017
Task 3A Appendix 8-16-2017
Task 3B NCRTD-SFT Physical Assets Consolidation Options Final 8-16-2017
Task 3C NCRTD-SFT Labor Force Consolidation Options Final 8-16-2017
Task 3D NCRTD-SFT Fixed Route Paratransit Service Options Final 8-16-2017
Task 3E NCRTD-SFT Consolidation Summary of Options Final 8-16-2017
Transit Consolidation Study Fact Sheet
Press Release 8-18-2017
Task 2 Evaluation of Current Operations
During the City of Santa Fe’s budget discussions earlier in the year, the Mayor, Council, and City Manager discussed various ideas about creating cost efficiencies with several city services including transit. In order to better understand the opportunities for service coordination, cost efficiencies and coordination, the City Council passed a resolution in April 2016 calling for a feasibility study for transit consolidation between the City of Santa Fe and the North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD).
The consultant team will develop a number of consolidation options. A final document describing the preferred option(s) will be prepared. Even if no consolidation is ultimately recommended, this study will include short, mid, and long term strategies that can be used to achieve a more coordinated system.
Funding for the $150,000 study is being provided by the New Mexico Department of Transportation which is contributing $120,000 in federal transit grant planning funds, with an additional $15,000 each to be provided by NCRTD and City of Santa Fe.