Yellowstone-Teton Regional Transportation Cooperative Feasibility Study

Current Transportation Solutions provided consultation in exploring the feasibility of a Yellowstone-Teton Regional Transportation Cooperative. Building on regional transportation assessments completed in 2008, the study evaluated the technical, economic, and legal considerations associated with creating and operating a multi-state transportation cooperative to improve resident and visitor mobility across the Greater Yellowstone region.

Funded by rural transit stimulus funds through the Idaho Transportation Department, this project led to the 2010 launch of Linx, a pilot project that operated for three years as a co-op of willing public and private transportation providers who coordinated and marketed their operations through one integrated system.

Concept of Operations – A Yellowstone-Teton Regional Transportation System

Link to the project website

Trip planning concept for fixed route and demand response service

Trip planning concept for fixed route and demand response service