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Florida Transportation Commission

Welcome to the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged

 

CTD Funding Allocation Study


The Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged is conducting a study to explore changes to the Trip and Equipment Grant funding allocation methodology within Rule Chapter 41-2.014, F.A.C. The Commission has a website dedicated to all information related to this study at: https://ctdallocationstudy.com/.

Announcement - Second Public Workshop


The Commission will host the second in a series of public workshops to solicit input from stakeholders on future changes to the Trip and Equipment allocation methodology. The date for this workshop is Tuesday, July 28, 3:30PM – 6:00PM.

Current information about the first workshop is available at: https://ctdallocationstudy.com/index.php/public-workshops/.

The Commission will continue to monitor social distancing regulations to determine whether additional public workshops can be held in-person in the near future.



 

Initial Analysis Report


The Commission has published an in-depth analysis report that explores datasets that could be applied to (or enhanced in) the Trip and Equipment allocation methodology. The information within this report will be discussed at the upcoming public workshops. The report, along with accompanying data tables, can be accessed at: https://ctdallocationstudy.com/index.php/initial-report/.

Stakeholders are encouraged to thoroughly review the report and consider the questions posted on the CTD Allocation Study website in preparation for the public workshop on June 26. Stakeholders may also submit feedback on the study website.



Grants Programs


The Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged announces a competitive grant opportunity for innovative transportation projects that will serve those who are transportation disadvantaged as defined in Chapter 427, Florida Statutes. Eligible applicants are Community Transportation Coordinators and Transportation Network Companies. Please click here for additional information.

A Technical Assistance Webinar regarding grant application instructions and expectations will be held July 14, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ET. For information on how to join the webinar, click here.

The Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged administers several grant programs that support the coordination  and planning of transportation disadvantaged services across the state. Please click here for more information on upcoming grant awards and applications for State Fiscal Year 2020-21.



 

Advantage Ride Pilot Program


The Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged administers the Advantage Ride pilot program. The program was created by the Florida Legislature to test new ways to improve mobility services for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Since January 2019, the program has served 480 individuals and provided over 20,000 trips in Hillsborough, Manatee and Pinellas Counties. For complete information.

Performance Report for Advantage Ride Pilot Program

Upcoming Events


Technical Assistance Webinar for Innovation & Service Development Grant Applications
July 14, 2020 - GoToMeeting

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2nd CTD Trip & Equipment Funding Allocation Study - Public Workshop
Tuesday, July 28 - 3:30PM – 6:00PM

3rd CTD Trip & Equipment Funding Allocation Study - Public Workshop
Friday, August 7 - 9:30AM - 12:00PM

CTD Business Meeting
Friday
, August 28, 10:00AM - 12:00PM

2020 CTD Annual Training Workshop - Cancelled due to COVID-19
August 24-26, 2020 - Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld
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Plans & Reports

CTD 2019-2020 Annual Regulatory Plan

2019 Annual Performance Report