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3120 W. Nielsen Ave., Suite 101
486-6587
485-5379 fax
 
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Program Transit Systems
   
Description Consolidated Service Transportation Agency (CTSA) co-designated with the City of Fresno (FAX) and the Fresno County Rural Transit Agency (FCRTA) to provide Social Service Transportation to the elderly and disabled within the County of Fresno
   
Hours Office Hours: 8:00 am thru 5:00 pm Monday thru Friday
   
Contact Person Gary Joseph
   
Site(s) - Locations Central yard located at 3120 W. Nielsen #101, Fresno, CA 93706
   
Services Ambulatory and ADA equipped vehicles utilized to offer door to door transportation services to agencies under contract
   
Service Area Fresno County
   
Eligibility Criteria Agencies must meet minimum 55% local match. Client must be disabled and or elderly (60)
   
How to Access Service Telephone FCEOC Transit Systems (559)-486-6594
   
Funding Source Transportation Development Act Funds TDA 4.5Social Service Agencies Contract
   
Funding Amount $5.0 Million
   
Legislative Mandates/Requirements Compliance with Section 99275.5 of the Public Utilities Code regarding Transportation Development Act (TDA) Local Transportation Fund (LTF) Article 4.5 and AB120 amended 1982 and 1990.
   
Affiliations/Collaborative Partners § Member of California Association of Coordinated Transportation (CalACT)
§ Community Transportation Association (CTA)
§ Fresno Organization Active in Disasters (FOAD)
§ California Association of School Transportation Offices (CASTO)
§ Fresno County Collaboration for Health and Well-Being
   
Historical Information In 1978 Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission was designated a Consolidated Transportation Service Agency, -co-designated with the City of Fresno for the Urban and co-designated with the Fresno County Rural Transit Agency (FCRTA) for the rural operations. The CTSA has grown steadily over the years to its current level of providing 3,500 one way passenger trips per day.
   
Mission Provide safe reliable transportation for agency by promoting in coordination of available transportation
   
Goals To maximize resources available to provide safe and reliable transportation for the elderly and disabled.
   
Measurable Outcomes The CTSA measures its outcomes by it’s Annual Operations Program & Budget and Annual Productivity Evaluation. Measurements include financial goals, passengers per hour, passengers per mile. Cost per hour, cost per passenger and fare box rates
   
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Offers Charter Transportation Services.