Northeast Florida Regional Mobility Summit

The Northeast Florida Mobility Coalition is a regional cooperative partnership formed to enhance access to transportation for all persons throughout Northeast Florida.

Northeast Florida Regional Mobility Summit  
Hosted by JTA and the St. Johns County Council on Aging

The 2010 Mobility Summit held on September 8, 2010 at the River House in St. Augustine ushered in a new era for transportation disadvantaged service in Northeast Florida, as federal, state and local transportation officials, as well as private providers, came together to discuss the delivery of transportation disadvantaged services within and across county lines. 

To view the Final Report of this groundbreaking event - Click Here

The Northeast Florida Mobility Coalition has been tasked with leading the next steps in regional coordination which includes: 

• Creating a task force for each set of action steps identified by the Summit participants 

• Identifying the task force leaders; 

• Identifying and prioritizing target goals; 

• Setting a time-table for completion of action items; 

• Establishing a reporting methodology and developing key performance standards 

Summit resource materials: 

Northeast Florida Mobility Coalition Update presented by Ed Lehman of the Northeast Florida Regional Council - presentation

United We Ride Progress and New Directions presented by Doug Birnie of the Federal Transit Administration - presentation

Summit Breakout Instructions  

Senior Transportation Toolkit and Best Practices 

Emergency Preparedness for Older People

Transportation Solutions for Caregivers  

Transportation Emergency Checklist  

Transportation to Work Toolkit  

Summit resource materials:
United We Ride  [PDF]  [508 Compliant Version]
An overview of the United We Ride initiative and its goals.

Mobility Management (United We Ride)  [PDF]  [508 Compliant Version]
An overview of mobility management strategies and common practices.

Family of Transportation Services (United We Ride)   [PDF]  [508 Compliant Version]
An overview of the Family of Transportation Services approach.

Transportation coordination - Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Community Transportation Association of America – the national association of community transportation providers and supporters

Watch for more information and resources coming soon.

Northeast Florida Coordinated Mobility Plan

The Northeast Florida Coordinated Mobility Plan is the guide to enhanced transportation access through improved coordination of transportation information, services and resources in Northeast Florida. The Plan was developed by members of the general public, transportation providers, social service agencies, and elected officials who identified gaps and redundancies in transportation services and have initiated coordination methods to provide cost effective and efficient services in the Northeast Florida region.

The Plan includes the following strategic goals:
• Coordinate seamless transportation across jurisdictional boundaries and/or between services
• Utilize collective purchasing power and shared resources to reduce the cost of providing mobility services
• Enhance transportation service availability and accessibility
• Develop a marketing plan to educate and inform the community of all available and evolving mobility options in the region

Additional Resources:
Northeast Florida Mobility Coalition Partners (coming soon)
Jacksonville Urbanized Area Map
Jacksonville Urbabized Area Transportation Funding Opportunities

If you would like to be a part of developing transportation solutions in Northeast Florida by joining the Northeast Florida Mobility Coalition, please send an email to Liz Peak at or call her at (904) 633-8535.

Special Accommodations

Special accommodations such as Braille and large print of all JTA printed documents are available upon request. Contact Customer Service at (904) 630-3100 with your request. Please allow 7-10 days for processing.

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