The Development of a Transportation Demonstration Project in a Military Community. Part II. The Transportation Action Program for Tidewater Virginia.
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The action program is flexible so as to accommodate evolving needs. The plan makes no attempt to provide complete information in any one category, nor to assign a priority to one action against another. The recommendation actions are summarized by mode category as follows 1 automobile -- survey of on-base travel, Car poll program, Park and ride lots, and Auto disincentives 2 Paratransit -- Taxi service marketing, Fixed route taxi service, Leased vans, Private haulers association, and Auto rapid transit 3 buses -- Public andor Navy buses Routing, amenities, marketing, incentives 4 Water transportation -- Feasibility of passenger ferry service 5 Other Transportation -- Bicycles and motorbikes on-base, and feasibility of automated guideway transit and 6 Nontransit -- Flexible work hours, Navy family housing, Trans-Hampton Roads crossing study, Transit information center, Transit marketing program, and Navy transportation task and function.
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies