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Statewide Human Services Transportation Plan – Open House – Next steps and comment

Thank you for participating in this online open house! If you have questions or other comments about the plan after the online open house closes, please contact:

Jacob Brett
Transportation Planner, WSDOT Public Transportation Division
jacob.brett@wsdot.wa.gov
(206) 464-1291

After this online open house closes on December 22, WSDOT will review the feedback and use it to finalize and publish the plan in early 2021.

Share with us!

Please fill out the comment form below to tell us more about yourself and submit any additional comments. Provide your email address if you would like to receive news updates.

Background

Please share why having transportation options to reach services you need is important to you.

Can you share an example of what is working well?

What can we do better?

Unmet needs

We have shared a lot of the needs and priorities WSDOT has identified for ensuring everyone has access to the services they need. We would like to hear more about your perspective. Which of these needs resonate with you? Why?

Please share a story about a time when you (or someone you know) either did or did not have the access to quality transportation options that you needed. What happened?

Strategies

Which of these strategies would best meet your needs?

Do you have other ideas to meet the needs we identified?

Emerging trends

Do you think any of these trends will impact the way you use human services transportation? If so, how?

What other emerging trends do you think will influence human services transportation?

Other

Do you have any other questions or comments?

Abou you

We would also like to ask you a few demographic questions. These questions help us ensure that we are hearing from a representative group of people, but they are all optional. Your answers to these survey questions, including the following demographic questions, are confidential and will be grouped with the answers of other respondents to identify trends and patterns.

How do you identify?

How old are you?

Including yourself, how many people live in your household?

How many of the people in your household are under 18?

Do you rent or own your home?

What type of residence best describes your home?

Do you have access to a working motor vehicle at home?

How many vehicles does your household currently have?

What is the highest grade or year of school you completed?

Are you of Hispanic or Latino origin?

How do you identify?

What is your total household income for 2020 before taxes?

What best describes your work status? Select all that apply

How well do you read English?

How well do you understand spoken English?

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