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 Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP)



The Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) develops near-term, practical solutions to problems facing public transportation. TCRP is managed by the Transportation Research Board, a program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. TCRP is sponsored by the Federal Transit Administration and works in partnership with the American Public Transportation Association (APTA).

TCRP provides you access to public transportation-related research reports, and products. 


TCRP Webinars

Register here for FREE Webinars on TCRP publications:

     

  • Improving the Resilience of Transit Systems Threatened by Natural Disasters​
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APTA Marketing and Communications Workshop, February 25-28, 2018, San Francisco, CA

 

 ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

TCRP is interested in sharing an open dialogue with you, so check us out on LinkedIn. If you are a LinkedIn member, please feel free to join the TCRP Group, if not, please join and get in on a great conversation!

  • The Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) is soliciting Research Problem Statements identifying research needs for  Fiscal Year 2019 Program.  These submittals form the basis for selection of the annual TCRP research program. It is easy to develop and submit a problem statements for consideration.  The deadline for submitting problem statements for consideration is June 15, 2018.  For information on how to submit a problem statement, click here​.

  • The Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) is seeking potential study topics for the FY 2018 TCRP Synthesis Program. The Synthesis Program reports on various current practices, and is designed to produce a compendium of the best knowledge available on those practices found to be the most successful in resolving specific problems.  Syntheses are relatively short, targeted for about 60-80 pages plus reference materials. Ideas for study topics may be submitted by anyone at anytime. However, the closing date for consideration of ideas for study topics in FY 2018 is March 16, 2018.  For more information, and to submit a topic click here​.

  • The National Rural Transit Assistance Program (RTAP) hosts Peer Calls every other month on a particular topic in rural and tribal transit to facilitate information sharing and discussion of mutual issues and solutions. Click here (http://nationalrtap.org/Peer-Program/Peer-Calls) to find out more and to register for upcoming Peer Calls.
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