Transit Profiles: Agencies in Urbanized Areas Exceeding 200,000 Population - For the 1992 Section 15 Report Year
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Transit Profiles: Agencies in Urbanized Areas Exceeding 200,000 Population - For the 1992 Section 15 Report Year

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      This publication consists of individual profiles for each transit reporting agency located in an urbanized area with a population exceeding 200,000. The data contained in each profile consists of general and summary reports, as well as modal, performance, and trend indicators for the 1992 report year. The 1992 report includes reporting agencies with their fiscal year ending on or between January 1 and December 31, 1992. In order to provide a more user friendly and easily understood document, a unique publication name has been created for some transit agencies, as many transit systems have similar names such as 'Mass Transportation Authority' or 'Regional Transit District'. There were 512 reports included in the Section 15 reporting system for the 1992 report year. This publication places emphasis on urbanized areas to assist with geographical references and also to show relationships with regional governing bodies and contractual relationships with purchased transportation providers. Additionally, private conventional mass transit providers who submitted a complete report are published. These reporters can be identified by the number nine (9) in the second digit of their identification number.
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