Christy Campoll

Ms. Campoll currently serves in project assignments as Lead Planner, Co-Project Manager and Researcher, as well as Reviewer for RLS’ planning and compliance team. A former transportation vice president, Ms. Campoll managed a successful rural, demand response public transit system in central Indiana. This $1.5 million, 22-bus system provided 66,028 one-way trips in 2017, a 31% increase over 2015, while subsidy per trip decreased by 16% over the same time period. A strong project manager, Ms. Campoll is experienced in overall grants and transit management and operations. Her current responsibilities for RLS include providing leadership and support on local, regional, and statewide coordination plans, service evaluations, transit development plans, and comprehensive operational assessments.

Some of Ms. Campoll’s recent projects include the statewide West Virginia Coordinated Plan Updates and the Monroe County, Indiana Rural Transit Optimization Study, for which she was Co-Project Manager. She was a lead planner for the Tiffin, Ohio transit expansion project to develop the city’s first-ever fixed route bus system, and is lead planner for the Plainfield/Guilford Township, Indiana Transit Plan to determine the feasibility of new transit service in a growing Indianapolis suburb. Ms. Campoll supports transit needs assessments for numerous RLS projects, including leading public input meetings and conducting stakeholder interviews for the Stark Area Regional Transportation Authority Coordinated Transportation Plan Update (Stark County, Ohio), Nevada Coordinated Transportation Plan Updates, and Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission Human Services Coordinated Transportation Plan Update (Dayton, Ohio). She was a lead researcher for the Colorado Association of Transit Agencies Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) Study, examining the impact of recent NEMT legislation on public transit systems. She was also a lead researcher for the rabbittransit Regionalization Effectiveness Study, conducting a productivity analysis of transit services to determine if measures implemented for cost efficiency were successful; and was the Project Manager for the Hancock County, Indiana Transportation Needs Survey and the Kokomo-Howard County Coordinated Plan Update.

Ms. Campoll completed a Master of Public Affairs, Indiana University – Bloomington, December 2006 and a Bachelor of Arts, Indiana University – Bloomington, August 2001.

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