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About Omnitrans
Plans, Reports & Guidelines
Omnitrans publishes a variety of plans, reports, and guidelines, including an annual management plan, financial reports, transit plans, and specifications guidelines for contractors and community partners.

Annual Management Plan FY 2014 [PDF]
Annual Budget Element FY 2014 [PDF]
Annual Marketing Element FY 2014 [PDF]
Annual Service Element FY 2014 [PDF]
Annual Management Plan FY 2013 [PDF]
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for FY 2013 [PDF]
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for FY 2012 [PDF]
Transit Design Guidelines
These guidelines are for city planners, designers, traffic engineers, developers, and other public officials. They define the responsibilities of local jurisdictions and Omnitrans staff in the provision of transit facilities to the public as well as presenting design criteria to consider when designing and placing transit facilities.

The goal of the guidelines is to provide comfortable and convenient high quality facilities at bus stop locations, while considering the operational needs of Omnitrans, the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and public safety.

Draft Omnitrans Transit Design Guidelines 2013 [PDF]
System-Wide Transit Corridor Plan for the San Bernardino Valley
The System-Wide Plan identifies corridors with the potential to develop into major fixed route transit investments. The plan supports Omnitrans' ongoing efforts to develop a regional sbX bus rapid transit network.

System-Wide Transit Corridor Plan for the San Bernardino Valley, 2010 [PDF]
Long Range Transit Plan [link to SANBAG website]
2008-2013 Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP)
By working with San Bernardino County residents, bus riders and local community organizations, Omnitrans, the regional mass transportation carrier in San Bernardino County, has developed route changes to better serve the public. This service investment will be part of the Short Range Transit Plan and will create a route network that provides improved connections, better on-time performance and greater efficiencies.

We have worked to provide a revised transit network that better utilizes the limited funding we have available, while expanding service coverage into areas that show an increased need for system improvements, based on public input, to put in place if the funding becomes available.

Short Range Transit Plan 2008-2013 [PDF]
CNG Fueling Station Environmental Impact Report
This is a study conducted in 2003-04 to determine whether or not Omnitrans' fueling facilities pose a health threat to surrounding neighborhoods. Key findings determined that there is no measurable effect from station emissions. The full report is available here.

Entire document and appendices [PDF]
Final Report - Environmental and Public Health Impact Study [PDF]
Appendix A - Senate Bill 1927 [PDF]
Appendix B - Summary of Public Meetings [PDF]
Appendix C - Local Area Survey Results [PDF]
Appendix D - Public Health Survey Instrument [PDF]
Appendix E - School Survey [PDF]
Appendix F - Environmental Data Resources (EDR) Reports [PDF]
Appendix G - Dispersion Modeling Results [PDF]
Appendix H - Statistical Analysis [PDF]
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