Coordinated Mobility Plan for People with Special Transportation Needs

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The Coordinated Mobility Plan describes how the region will improve mobility for youth, older adults, persons with disabilities, people with low incomes and other people with special transportation needs. It outlines how transit agencies, human service agencies, school districts, and other specialized transportation providers can work together to improve regional mobility for people with special transportation needs throughout King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. This plan is part of PSRC's Regional Transportation Plan. Work has begun to update the Coordinated Mobility Plan for adoption in 2022.

Your answers to this survey will help us plan for all aspects of the transportation system – pedestrian and bicycle systems, transit, ferry, rail, and roads– to ensure the safe and efficient movement of people and goods. This survey will also gather your feedback on specialized transportation services. Specialized transportation services are transportation options for people who have difficulty transporting themselves due to age, income, or disability. Examples of specialized transportation services include paratransit buses, shuttles (typically requiring scheduling a ride in advance), volunteer driver programs, and school buses.

Three images showing examples of specialized transportation services including a paratransit bus, shuttle, and a private vehicle of volunteer driver program.

The Coordinated Mobility Plan describes how the region will improve mobility for youth, older adults, persons with disabilities, people with low incomes and other people with special transportation needs. It outlines how transit agencies, human service agencies, school districts, and other specialized transportation providers can work together to improve regional mobility for people with special transportation needs throughout King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. This plan is part of PSRC's Regional Transportation Plan. Work has begun to update the Coordinated Mobility Plan for adoption in 2022.

Your answers to this survey will help us plan for all aspects of the transportation system – pedestrian and bicycle systems, transit, ferry, rail, and roads– to ensure the safe and efficient movement of people and goods. This survey will also gather your feedback on specialized transportation services. Specialized transportation services are transportation options for people who have difficulty transporting themselves due to age, income, or disability. Examples of specialized transportation services include paratransit buses, shuttles (typically requiring scheduling a ride in advance), volunteer driver programs, and school buses.

Three images showing examples of specialized transportation services including a paratransit bus, shuttle, and a private vehicle of volunteer driver program.

Share your experience

Please share your story using specialized transportation services with us. You can submit your feedback, anecdotes from others, photos, drawings, and even audio and video recordings. PSRC will gather your stories to shape mobility needs of the region.

NOTE: Once you submit your story, it will be available to the public. If you do not want to provide stories below but want to share with PSRC staff, please send your stories to Gil Cerise at gcerise@psrc.org

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