Portal:Non-Urban Transit

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For people who do not drive, transit is a way of maintaining a high quality of life in rural areas—providing access to jobs, healthcare, education, shopping and numerous other activities utilizing public transportation.[1] Since 1979, FTA has provided formula funding to states, under the Section 5311 Non-urbanized Transit Program, to establish and maintain transit systems in communities with populations under 50,000.[2] This portal provides information on connecting people in rural and small urban communities with transit service.

Selected Article

Mobility Management

The basics about Mobility Management.

Tribal Transit

Most tribal lands are located in predominantly rural areas with low population density. Providing Tribal Transit service presents a host of unique challenges.


Asset management is a core concern for smaller, non-urban transit agencies, especially since their fleets may have limited ability to absorb capacity disruptions due to smaller fleet sizes.

All Non-Urban/Rural Transit Articles