REGIONAL COORDINATED PUBLIC TRANSIT & HUMAN SERVICES TRANSPORTATION PLAN for the THURSTON REGION
Residents of the Thurston Region rely on transportation for independence, employment, health, and quality of life. When people with special needs – age, income, disability – have limited mobility choices, they may become isolated and unable to participate in vital activities or receive critical services. Without reliable transportation, these residents face severe barriers in obtaining and retaining employment, taking care of essential needs such as health care and shopping, participating in recreational activities, and other critical functions. The most recent update of the Plan, adopted in December 2012, reflects the 2013-15 Prioritized Project list.
Regional Coordinated Public Transit & Human Services Transportation Plan for the Thurston Region [pdf 8 MB]
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