SAN JUAN COUNTY
HUMAN SERVICES TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
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WHAT IS HUMAN SERVICES TRANSPORTATION PLANNING?
A Plan to Help People
Every four years, San Juan County develops a Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (HSTP). This means working and coordinating with community members, key stakeholders, and other partners in order to help us prioritize funding for improving transportation throughout the county. This plan helps our county identify transportation needs and develop solutions to improve transportation access and opportunities for seniors, youth, people with disabilities, people with lower incomes, limited English speakers, and anyone without access to a private vehicle. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) requires all Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs)/Regional Transportation Planning Organizations (RTPOs) to develop a Human Services Transportation Plan every four years.
We need your help!
Successful development of these plans means San Juan County can apply for WSDOT’s to receive both Federal and state funding to finance the strategies we put in our Plan. Your help ensures everyone has the access to opportunity, work, family, and recreation that they deserve through our regional pulic transportation system.
Please take this brief survey to provide critical feedback to staff as we make recommendations and decisions about how to improve transportation options for all in San Juan County.
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