Interagency coordination

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Transit agencies, especially small agencies, can benefit in many ways from coordinating together. Some agencies have pooled resources to provide joint service while others have benefited from combining only a small set of resources. In yet other cases, agencies can achieve efficiencies for riders in the region by coordinating information and locations for transfers between systems. Though such coordination may not benefit each agency internally, riders benefit from an easier traveling experience and may travel both systems more as a result.

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