Public Transportation Business Development Plan for Grand Teton National Park


Abstract: A 2001 transportation study addressing issues in Grand Teton National Park identified actions that would improve traffic and mobility within the park. A public transportation system could be a major factor in addressing many of the issues identified in the study. To determine whether a public transportation system should be implemented, it is necessary to develop a Public Transportation Business Development Plan for the park, which is what this project will accomplish. The plan will determine whether public transportation is a viable mode of transportation in and around the park. If transit is viable, the plan will address service factors such as the area to be serviced, origins and destinations, schedule; and operating issues such as equipment needs and funding opportunities.

Sponsoring Organization: Grand Teton National Park

Completion Date: 6/1/2009

Additional Project Information: http://www.westerntransportationinstitute.org/research/4W1257.aspx

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