Organizational structure

Doubling ridership and substantially increasing mode share is likely to require transformational shifts in transit operations. Experience in other jurisdictions suggests that such a shift may require significant change in organizational structure, knowledge, and approach for the main stakeholders involved. In British Columbia, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure created a Transit Branch subsequent to the launch of the Provincial Transit Plan to focus on this aspect of transportation.

To consider: What capacity does each partner require (people, skills, knowledge and resources) to deliver their required contributions and what organizational structure is most appropriate?