Take a look back at 2022 and preview future goals.
The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report represents the culmination of all budgeting and accounting activities engaged in by Gold Coast Transit District (GCTD) during the fiscal year.
This annual report is organized into three sections:
GCTD’s Bus Stop Improvement Plan aims to improve the quality of bus stops throughout GCTD’s service area. The plan provides recommendations to improve the safety, accessibility and comfort at the bus stops we serve.
Bus stop consolidation makes trips faster for passengers by reducing the amount of stops on a route and balances spacing. It can reduce maintenance costs which can be redirected for improvements. A trade off may be longer walking distances between stops.
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The final Short Range Transit Plan was approved on November 4, 2015.
A strong understanding of passenger needs is critical for GCTD to continue to deliver a responsible transit service that is efficient, attractive and convenient.
GCTD, in partnership with the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), and with stakeholder input has developed a “Building Transit Supportive Communities” plan in order to identify strategies that local jurisdictions, developers, non-profits, architects and other decision makers can use to support and facilitate quality public transportation, active transportation and improved air quality in our communities.