The PPACG AAA Mobility Management Program works with the Coordination Committee on Specialized Transportation (CCOST) to coordinate services and identify goals and emerging issues related to public, human service, and job-access transportation services in the Pikes Peak region. Committee members include transportation planning and funding agencies, transit service providers, PPACG member entities, and at-large community organizations.
CCOST advises the PPACG Board of Directors on issues, goals, and plans related to specialized transportation. The committee also provides a forum for coordinating the services of its member agencies in order to deliver specialized transportation more effectively and efficiently.
CCOST generally meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 9:30 a.m. in the main conference room of PPACG. Meetings are open to the public. Meeting agendas and materials can be downloaded here: CCOST meeting documents
In 2007, PPACG and the City of Colorado Springs completed the Human Services Transportation Coordination Study and Plan, documenting a study and planning process that provides an opportunity and an impetus for the region to make decisions about the next steps in coordinating transportation services. This Coordination Plan sets priorities for specialized transportation service projects and for transportation services oriented to serving employment trips. This strategic four-year plan for coordinating services meets the federal requirements for a coordination plan for the region.
Download chapters 1-4 of the Plan here.
Download chapters 5-8 of the Plan here.
Click here to download a PDF of our Mobility Management brochure.
Click here to download a PDF of our Need a Ride brochure, which lists specialized transportation options in the Pikes Peak region.