Community Transportation Database

The Community Transportation Database

The National Center for Mobility Management (NCMM) developed a national transit database depicting the approximate location of transit agencies and organizations across the United States of America. This database combines existing datasets with new research to create an exhaustive list of organizations that provide transportation services to communities across the country. This database contains public transit providers, community action agencies, senior centers, and others that provide transportation. This list will be updated annually to keep the data as up-to-date as possible.

Use the map above to explore state and local transportation providers and their related information. Zoom in and click on specific transportation agencies to learn more about their available services, contact information and more. We recommend calling the provider to receive current service information.

To find the nearest provider to you, simply type your home address, zip code, or town into the search bar, and click on the providers in your area to learn more. Please allow some time for the map to load. 

NCMM would like to thank all of the partners that helped make this map possible. Data from US DOT, FTA, NADTC and National RTAP were all used to create the Community Transportation Database. 

Download the Data
All of the data in the above map is available for download in .csv format. Click the button below to download. Caution: this is a large file. 

Have an update or new service to add?
Follow the link below to our short survey to have your edit or new service added to the database. Please reach out to info@nc4mm.org with any questions.

Explore other Data Sources

National Transit Map Routes
USDOT BTS – U.S. Department of Transportation ArcGIS Online
The intent of the National Transit Map is to support research, analysis, and planning. It is not intended to replace existing customer services available through transit agency websites and commercial trip planning service providers.
 
National Transit Map Stops
USDOT BTS – U.S. Department of Transportation ArcGIS Online
The intent of the National Transit Map is to support research, analysis, and planning. It is not intended to replace existing customer services available through transit agency websites and commercial trip planning service providers.
 
National Transit Map Agencies
USDOT BTS – U.S. Department of Transportation ArcGIS Online
The intent of the National Transit Map is to support research, analysis, and planning. It is not intended to replace existing customer services available through transit agency websites and commercial trip planning service providers.
 
Bikeshare Docks
USDOT BTS – U.S. Department of Transportation ArcGIS Online
Nearly two-thirds of all bikeshare docking stations are within one block of another public passenger transportation mode and an additional 17% are within two blocks according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics recently completed Docked Bikeshare Stations layer. The Docked Bikeshare Stations layer provides the locations of docked bikeshare stations and the degree of connectivity in the passenger transportation system.
Bikeshare and Scooter Systems
USDOT BTS – U.S. Department of Transportation ArcGIS Online
Bikeshare and e-scooters are types of micromobility, a category of modes of transportation that includes very light, low-occupancy vehicles such as electric scooters (e-scooters), electric skateboards, shared bicycles, and electric pedal assisted bicycles (e-bikes). Explore trends in micromobility in the U.S. since 2015 with the Bikeshare Scooter Systems dataset.
 
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