The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's Bureau of Public Transportation (BPT) is required under Act 44 of 2007 to publish an Annual Performance Report each April with facts and performance details on each public transportation provider in the Commonwealth. The Annual Report addresses BPT's transit agency performance review program including executive summary findings from its annual transit agency reviews. In addition, the Annual Report includes data profiles of all urban and rural public fixed route transit systems, as well as community transportation (i.e., Shared-Ride and Medical Assistance Transportation Program providers), intercity bus, and passenger rail systems within the Commonwealth.
The FY 2021-22 report also highlights:
• How PennDOT is supporting Pennsylvania's transit agencies as they prepare for the future and respond to changing travel patterns, trends, and conditions that have resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic. Transit agencies are exploring strategies to prepare for future transit service, including:
- Designing new/expanded facilities
- Integrating multi-fuel sources and technologies
- Redesigning transit services; and
- Implementing innovative technologies.
• Major capital projects at Coatesville and Downingtown Train Stations; Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA); Port Authority of Allegheny County (PAAC); Allied Coordinated Transportation Services, Inc. (ACTS), Butler Transit Authority (BTA), Indiana County Transportation Authority (IndiGO), Schuylkill Transportation System (STS), and Susquehanna Regional Transportation Authority (SRTA).
To read the Annual Performance Report, click here: https://www.penndot.pa.gov/Doing-Business/Transit/InformationandReports/Documents/BPT%20Annual%20Report%202021-22.pdf