Idaho Highlighted in Report from NCSL


The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), in cooperation with the Federal Transit Administration and the U.S. Department of Labor, has for several years worked to provide state legislatures and other stakeholders with reliable, balanced information to support the evaluation and improvement of transportation coordination in their jurisdictions. They recently issued a report entitled, Regional Human Service Transportation Coordinating Councils: Synthesis, Case Studies and Directory. In this report, Idaho is identified among 27 states that, as of Dec. 2011, have created formal, state-level coordinating councils, 14 in statute and 13 by executive order or other authority. And, Idaho is 1 of 17 that have both state and regional coordination councils. Idaho is listed as a case study for having non-statutorily created regional coordinating councils. Idaho’s case study is found on pages 14-16 of the report. To view the full report, click here:


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