Building partnerships with different organizations and individuals help expand CUUATS’ scope of education and encouragement regarding the different transportation modes, facilities, and benefits in the community.
In 2018, CUUATS developed an additional five partnerships including the following organizations: Future Cities at the Urbana Middle School, AARP Age-Friendly Champaign-Urbana, Mid-West Truckers Association, Iowa Department of Transportation, and the Champaign County Farm Bureau.
In 2017, in addition to CUUATS member agencies, CUUATS collaborated with US. EPA and the Champaign County Economic Development Corporation on different transportation-related plans and projects in the region.
In 2016, CUUATS collaborated with the Urbana Park District, Champaign Park District, Champaign County Bikes, Urbana School District, Champaign Unit #4 Schools, Urbana Police Department, Urbana Fire Department, and Champaign Fire Department on different transportation-related plans and projects in the region.
Number of New Partners PM Summary
|Goal||Increase accessibility, connectivity, and mobility of people and freight to all areas of the region through the use of an interconnected multi- modal system of transportation that is cost-effective for people, businesses, and institutions that will increase the efficiency of the transportation system by allowing freedom of choice in all modes of transportation including active modes whenever possible.|
|Objective||Identify 3 new partners to provide education, encouragement, and enforcement programs on transportation modes, facilities, and benefits by 2020.|
|Performance Measure||Number of new partners identified|
This performance measure receives a positive rating as CUUATS has built partnership with eight more entities in facilitating research, sharing data, and cooperating on transportation programs in 2016.
This performance measure receive a positive rating as CUUATS has built partnership with two additional entities in facilitating researches, sharing data, and cooperating on transportation programs in 2017.
This performance measure receive a pending positive rating as CUUATS has built partnerships with five additional entities in facilitating researches, sharing data, and cooperating on transportation programs in 2018.