Puget Sound Regional Council

People with special transportation needs are defined in state law as people, including their attendants, who because of physical or mental disability, income status, or age, are unable to transport themselves or purchase transportation (RCW 81.66.010).

Coordinated Transit-Human Services Plan

The Coordinated Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan outlines how transit agencies, social service agencies, school districts, and other transportation providers can most efficiently and effectively work together to improve regional mobility for individuals with special transportation needs throughout King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. The plan was adopted by PSRC’s General Assembly on May 20, 2010.

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Plan Documents

2011-2014 Coordinated Transit Human Services Plan (Full plan)
Executive Summary & Chapters 1-5
Appendix A: Glossary
Appendix B: Plan Update Methodology
Appendix C: Inventory of Services
Appendix D: Transportation 2040 Environmental Justice Analysis
Appendix E, Section 1: Major Destinations & Employment Densities
Appendix E, Section 2: Demographics
Appendix F: SMART Corridors
Appendix G: Public Comments
Appendix H: Regional Reduced Fare Permit
Appendix I: JARC & New Freedom 2006-08 Summary
Appendix J: Coordinated Transportation Examples

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Support for Local and Regional Coalitions and Plans

King County Coordinated Transportation Coalition (KCCTC)

Pierce County Coordinated Transportation Coalition (PCCTC)

Snohomish County Special Needs Transportation Coalition (SNOTRAC)

Sound Transit

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