Rural Integrated National Transit Database (iNTD)
The Integrated National Transit Database (iNTD) is a major component of the Florida Transit Information System (FTIS), developed by Florida International University (FIU) for Florida DOT. Previously known as INTDAS, iNTD integrates multiple years of NTD data and includes performance measures at different aggregate levels. It allows users to quickly and easily retrieve and analyze data.
National RTAP worked with FIU to develop a rural iNTD module similar to the urban module. This project integrates rural data from 2007 to 2014. The data are updated on a regular basis.
The system was developed to help rural transit providers and state DOTs quickly select NTD data and variables for Section 5311 recipients and subrecipients. Performance measures relevant to rural systems are included in the module. Users can run standard reports, view NTD forms, or select their own variables.
To access to the Rural iNTD system, register here and then enter your password on the Rural iNTD login page. (To log in for the Urban iNTD, click here.)
There are video tutorials within Rural iNTD that will show you how to use the system to access the rural data, view trends, and compare peer states and transit providers. You can also view the Rural iNTD Overview Webinar from June 2015 for an overview of the tool and some guidance on how to use it.