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130 West North Street
Lima, Ohio 45801-4311
Phone: (419) 228-1836
Fax: (419) 228-3891

Indicator 

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Unit:  service calls per

100,000 miles

 

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Service Reliability

Value: 24.96
Measurement Period: 2015
Location: Allen County
Comparison:

Ohio Urban Public Transit Agencies

What is this Indicator?  A key quality performance indicator measured in terms of the number of roadside service calls for maintenance assistance per 100,000 vehicle miles of service.
Why this is important?  The measures provide a general indication of the extent to which the fleet is maintained.  Such incidents result in passenger delay and passenger inconvenience and therefore must be minimized.  Although some calls are unavoidable such as in the case of a motor vehicle crash, some may be the result of an inadequate maintenance or a deficient replacement part.  Of particular concern is the number of miles between a chargeable crash attributable to vehicle conditions.
Technical Note:  Values are reported by the Transit Authority annually.  Goals are set by the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Source:  West Central Ohio Regional Transportation Coordination Plan 

URL of Source:    http://www.lacrpc.com/pdfs/West%20Central%20Ohio%20Regional%20Transportation%20Coordination%20Plan%20Appendices--COMPLETE.pdf
 Maintained by:  Lima-Allen County Regional Planning Commission

 

 

Indicator 

 

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Unit:  service calls per

100,000 miles

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Service Reliability

Target Value: <5
Measurement Period: 2012
Location: Allen County
Comparison:

Ohio Urban Public Transit Agencies

What is this Indicator?  A key quality performance indicator measured in terms of the number of roadside service calls for maintenance assistance per 100,000 vehicle miles of service.
Why this is important:  The measures provide a general indication of the extent to which the fleet is maintained.  Such incidents result in passenger delay and passenger inconvenience and therefore must be minimized.  Although some calls are unavoidable such as in the case of a motor vehicle crash, some may be the result of an inadequate maintenance or a deficient replacement part.  Of particular concern is the number of miles between a chargeable crash attributable to vehicle conditions.
Technical Note:  Values are reported by the Transit Authority annually.  Goals are set by the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Source:  ODOT - Office of Transit - Public Transit Index (2008-2012)

URL of Source:    ODOT - Office of Transit - Public Transit Index
 Maintained by:  Lima-Allen County Regional Planning Commission