Publication Year: 2012

An Assessment of “Last Mile” Shuttles in New Jersey


An Assessment of “Last Mile” Shuttles in New Jersey, 63 pages. Deva Deka. March 2012.

The primary objective of this research was to assess the “Last Mile” shuttles in New Jersey. “Last Mile” shuttles are the shuttles that provide passengers access from transit nodes such as rail stations to their destinations. In New Jersey, the term “Last Mile” shuttle is primarily used to describe shuttles that provide job access to workers from rail stations to work sites. Most, but not all, such shuttles in New Jersey are funded by the federal Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC) program. Transportation management associations and counties are the primary providers of the services.

Additional Topics
last mile | shuttles