A transit operations policy that precludes the making of change for passengers. A passenger must therefore have the correct change for the fare or else overpay it. (TRB)
Reports generated by a program which identifies transactions or data which appear to be incorrect. These items may be outside a predetermined range, or may not conform to specified criteria.
Time delay associated with travel to or between major transit routes, for example, time spent walking, waiting or transferring. (TRB)
A highway or street lane reserved for carpools and vanpools. (TRB)
A highway or other facility that can only be used by buses or other transit vehicles.
A highway or street lane reserved for buses, light rail vehicles, or both. (TRB)
A right-of-way that is fully grade separated or access controlled and is used exclusively by transit, transit ROW category A. (TRB)
Includes the CEO, deputy CEOs, chief of staff, and executive officers.
A presidential directive that furnishes guidance to federal agencies for cooperation with state and local governments in the evaluation, review and coordination of federal assistance programs and projects.
Decrease in net financial resources. Expenditures include current operating expenses which require the current use of net current assets.