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The Coordinating Council on Access and Mobility (CCAM) 2020 Report to the President described existing barriers to transportation coordination, including the challenge of insufficient data and a lack of federal guidance on data. Organizations take an important step toward coordination by exchanging data on transportation users, trips, and organizations' transportation services. For those data to be meaningful, the way they are reported needs to be standardized across organizations.

NCMM's Transportation Data Standards Survey will gather state and local transportation and human services stakeholders' input on collecting, reporting, sharing, and coordinating transportation-related data. This survey will also solicit feedback on stakeholders' current and anticipated challenges and opportunities associated with transportation-related data. 

This survey will take approximately 15 to 20 minutes of your time. All responses will remain anonymous and will only be analyzed in aggregate. 

If someone else at your organization is better suited to complete this survey, please forward the survey link [] to that person. If you have any additional questions, please contact
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