Public transportation is a critical component of mobility and accessibility in our region. TMACOG works to engage stakeholders - including public transit agencies, human services providers, local governments, businesses, and citizens - in planning for the future of transit in our region.
For more information on how you can be involved: see the Public Transit page or contact Diane Rebekka Apardian at 419.241.9155 ext. 117, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transit Funding Overview
Regional Transit Studies and Initiatives
Transit FAQ: Public transportation is a complicated industry that is political, expensive and necessary. To better understand it, click here for TMACOG's "Frequently Asked Questions" about transit in the Toledo metropolitan area.
Coordinated Public Transportation and Human Services Transportation Plan Update, 2012 for the Toledo area: click to view report and recomendations on how we can coordinate transit resources. Work is beginning on implementing this plan.
Coordinated Public Transportation and Human Services Transportation Plan Update, 2014 for Wood County:
Wood County has updated a coordination plan too. Contact Robin Richter, WSOS, for details.