Additional Reports on the JARC Program

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This page includes the following evaluations of the JARC program conducted by the U.S. Government Accountability Office:

NEWGAO-09-496: Federal Transit Administration: Progress and Challenges in Implementing and Evaluating the Job Access and Reverse Commute Program," by the U.S.Government Accountability Office, May 2009.HTML document

GAO-07-43, "Federal Transit Administration: Progress Made in Implementing Changes to the Job Access Program, but Evaluation and Oversight Processes Need Improvement," by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, November 2006.  HTML document.

GAO-04-934, "Job Access Reverse Commute Program: Status and Potential Effects of Proposed Legislative Changes," by the U.S.. Government Accountability Office, August 2004. HTML document.

GAO-02-640T, "Welfare Reform: DOT has Made Progress in Implementing the Job Access Program but Has Not Evaluated the Impact," testimony from the U.S.Government Accountability Office, April 2002. Report Summary.

GAO-03-2004, "Welfare Reform: Job Access Program Improves Local Service Coordination, but Evaluation Should be Completed," by the U.S.Government Accountability Office, December 2002. HTML document.

GAO-02-213, "Welfare Reform: Competitive Selection Requirement for DOT's Job Access Program Was Not Followed," by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, December 2001.Report Summary.

GAO-01-133, "Welfare Reform: DOT is Making Progress on Implementing the Job Access Program," by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, December 2000. Report Summary.

GAO/RCED-00-14, "Welfare Reform: Implementing DOT's Access to Jobs Program in its First Year," November, 1999. Report Summary.

GAO/RCED-99-36, "Welfare Reform: Implementing DOT's Access to Jobs Program," by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, December 1998. Report Summary.

GAO/RCED-98-161,"Welfare Reform: Transportation's Role in Moving from Welfare to Work," by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, May 1998.Report Summary.