SEAGO's Regional Mobility Management program is a result of federal and state mandates for increased coordination efforts with a focus on expansion of services and greater cost efficiencies. The goals and objectives of the program include:
For information on the grant process or registering for the grant application training sessions being provided by ADOT and SEAGO, please contact Jessica P. Urrea, Asst. Regional Mobility Manager at 520.432.5301 Ext 215, Connie Gastelum, Regional Mobility Manager, at Ext. 213.
The SEAGO Area Agency on Aging has elder resource directories for our four-county region. These directories provide contact information for elder transportation services in our area. To view these directories, please click your county below. Visit AZMobility.org for rider and provider resources.
The SEAGO Transportation Coordination Plan provides a great deal of information about our local transportation providers. Information includes services provided, area of service, service days and hours, and contact information.
In 2014, SEAGO was awarded FTA 5310 Mobility Management funding to develop a Coordinated Mobility Training Program pilot. In that same year, Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG) was awarded FTA 5310 Mobility Management funding to provide training for its 5310 providers. With support from Arizona Department of Transportation’s Multi-modal Division, SEAGO and NACOG entered into a Joint Project Agreement to pool their awards and maximize the impact of training opportunities for both organizations’ regional transit/transportation providers.
In an effort to address federal and state mandates for increased coordination efforts with a focus on expansion of services and greater cost efficiencies, the SEAGO proposed the development of a three year Regional Mobility Management (RMM) pilot program with the following goals and objectives:
• Provide greater public access to transportation and transportation information;
• Provide support to existing local mobility managers and transportation providers;
• Identify ways to fill gaps in the provision of transportation services;
• Identify ways to ease barriers and reduce costs for transportation providers;
• Act as a conduit between transportation providers and transportation funders; and
• Act as an advocate for the development of federal, state, and local policy that supports the advancement of rural transportation opportunities and stated goals.
With support from Arizona Department of Transportation’s Multi-modal Division, SEAGO partnered with the Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG) to bring PASS training and certification to drivers across the state.