The Division of Multimodal Transportation Resources includes Public Transportation; Rail and Waterways; Rail Inspection and Safety; and the Bicycle and Pedestrian Program. The division administers state and federal grant programs for public transportation. On rail and water transportation, inspects railroads and rail crossings for safety, provides safety upgrades at key highway-rail crossings. The division's Bicycle and Pedestrian Program, monitors TDOT resurfacing projects, and works with other divisions to include appropriate treatments for bicycles and pedestrians.
The Mission Statement
To enable the safe and efficient movement of people and goods by fostering a robust multimodal transportation system, including public transit, bicycle/pedestrian facilities, railroads, and navigable waterways.
The Division of Multimodal Transportation Resources includes Passenger Transportation, the Rail and Waterway Transportation and Bicycle and Pedestrian. The Passenger Transportation section is responsible for public transit, planning and public awareness, and research and technical assistance. The Rail and Waterway Transportation is split into three offices and administers the funding of rail and track improvements, railroad safety, railroad regulations, the highway-railroad crossing program and waterway assistance.
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|TDOT/Draft Multimodal State Management Plan (July 2014)|
|Transportation Equity Fund Annual Report (pdf)|
|2013 Multimodal Transportation Annual Report (pdf)|
|Calculate Your Savings by Riding Public Transportation (APTA)|
|National Environmental Policy Act|