Overview

Meetings & Agendas
Programs & Projects
Bicycle/Pedestrian Planning
Regional Trail Guide
Regional Transit Plan
Long Range Planning
Coordinated Transportation and Section 5310
 
Coordinated Transportation
Regional Council for Coordinated Transportation (RCCT
Transportation Provider Inventory
Related Links
 
Section 5310
Program Funding and Availability
Reimbursement Requests and Forms
Vehicle Purchasing Instructions and Forms
Quarterly Reports
 
Transportation Resource Center
Map Gallery

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coordinated Transportation Plan

INCOG, in coordination with local officials, was designated by the Governor of Oklahoma as the organization responsible for developing and implementing the Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (CTP) and a process to select and prioritize projects for the Tulsa Transportation Management Area (TMA).

The Tulsa Region Coordinated Transportation Plan is developed under MAP-21 and was endorsed and adopted in January 2015. INCOG is now the designated recipient for Section 5310, Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program, for the Tulsa Region.

For distribution of any funds under Section 5310, projects selected have to be included in the Coordinated Plan. This plan specifically focuses on the transportation needs of elderly and people with disabilities.

The Coordinated Transportation Plan originally developed in 2007 was updated and endorsed by the Regional Council on Coordinated Transportation (RCCT) in January 2015 in accordance with federal requirements. The Coordinated Transportation Plan for the Tulsa region includes the five-county TMA region, comprising Tulsa, Creek, Osage, Rogers, and Wagoner counties.

Click here for the 2015 Coordinated Plan

For more information, contact: 
Patricia Dinoa, Senior Tranposrtaion Planner
918-579-9489
pdinoa@incog.org

Regional Council for Coordinated Transportation (RCCT)
The Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan endorses the creation of a Regional Council for Coordinated Transportation (RCCT) to oversee the implementation and further promotion of the plan in the Tulsa Transportation Management Area (TMA). The RCCT is composed of representatives from human service organizations, local governments, public and private transit providers, and non-profit and government organizations that provide services and advocacy for low income individuals, persons with disabilities, and elderly individuals.

Click here for the RCCT Orientation Booklet

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Transportation Provider Inventory
Does your agency provide transportation services or assistance?
If you are a transportation provider or provide assistance for clients/members/residents to gain transportation, please take a moment to fill out our provider survey. This information will aid INCOG in updating the transportation provider inventory to be included in the Coordinated Transportation Plan and creating a directory where providers can collaborate on services and citizens can find valuable information to meet their needs.

In order to advance coordinated transportation and inform residents of available transportation options, a directory of transportation services will be compiled and made available to the public. Even if your organization only provides bus tokens/ride passes or services for specific populations we still need to hear from you! Agencies that respond will be included in future mailings regarding Section 5310 funding opportunities.

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Related Links
The following list of sites includes more information on Coordinated Transportation Plans and why your involvement is so important.

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Section 5310
Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program

The Section 5310 Program aims to improve mobility for seniors and individuals with disabilities by removing barriers to transportation service and expanding transportation mobility options. INCOG is the designated recipients of Section 5310 funding for the Tulsa region.

Program Funding and Availability
The Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program supports transportation services planned, designed, and carried out to meet the special transportation needs of seniors and individuals with disabilities.

INCOG’s Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Coordinated Plan, as required by FTA, sets forth policies and strategies for the Section 5310 program in the Tulsa region. Projects approved by the INCOG Board of Directors for inclusion in the Section 5310 Program of Projects are derived from the Coordinated Transportation Plan.

As designated by the Governor of Oklahoma, the Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG) is the applicant and recipient for the Section 5310 program, and responsible for implementing the selection process to select and determine the projects that will be awarded funds. 

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Reimbursement Requests and Forms
Forms can be filled out electronically. Financial forms must be submitted at the end of each month no later than 30 days after the end of the month.

Submit the forms to Patricia Dinoa at pdinoa@incog.org.

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Vehicle Purchasing Instructions and Forms
Find instructions and forms for vehicles reimbursement requests below. For questions and more information contact Patricia Dinoa at pdinoa@incog.org.

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Quarterly Reports
A Quarterly Report at the end of each quarter (December 31, March 31, June 30, and September 30) must be submitted. Forms can be filled out electronically and submitted to Patricia Dinoa at pdinoa@incog.org.

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