This document outlines the Coalition's priorities for the calendar year of 2022. This document includes Coalition mission and vision, as well as descriptions of the 2022 projects and their anticipated timeline.
The King County Mobility Coalition has published this important resource to identify transportation needs related to the Coalition's priority populations. This needs assessment, the last of which was completed by the Coalition in 2014, will inform regional planning, funding, and solutions. A total of 21 needs were uncovered and 8 emerging trends. This assessment is informed by a review of 49 diverse resources.
This is a final deliverable of the King County Mobility Coalition's Inclusive Planning Round 2 efforts, as advised by the Inclusive Planning Toolkit Workgroup. It is a living document meant to compile relevant information on facilitating accessible and inclusive meetings, engagement, and partnerships.
Meeting Notes from the January 27th 2021 RARET Workgroup.
This report aims to compile the transportation needs and gaps of people living in the North King County region in a single, referenceable document that will be used to inform upcoming transportation changes and initiatives in North King County.
These slides accompanied the RARET Resiliency Roundtable: Transportation During & Beyond COVID-19 event.
In order to come together as a region and
coordinate the future of transportation services, we have created a 5-Year Transportation Plan for Snoqualmie
Valley cities. The purpose of this plan is:
To create a coordinated transportation plan uniting all cities in Snoqualmie
Valley and the surrounding region.
The South King County Mobility Coalition produced a Food Access and Transportation Needs Assessment to evaluate the transportation barriers South King County residents face in
accessing food retailers and food banks.
This document outlines the Coalition's priorities for the calendar year of 2021. This document includes Coalition mission and vision, as well as descriptions of the 2021 projects and their anticipated timeline.
A list of all EERC meetings for the 2021 calendar year.
Notes from the March 25th meeting of the RARET workgroup.
Notes from the September meeting of the One-Call/One-Click Advisory Committee. Discussion topics include diverse user needs, and technological requirements
Following the completion of SKCMC’s 3-part roundtable series to allow partners to network, share best practices, and identify gaps, the SKCMC produced a report to promote the lessons learned. The distribution of this report will strengthen connections with partners and promote collaborative problem-solving across sectors.
Agenda and talking points for the July session of the SKCMC
These notes cover the conversation and information shared during the June Access to Work and School meeting. Conversation topics were focused on youth access to public transit, their experience using these resources and their priorities within transportation planning.
Meeting notes for the Mobility for Essential Workers Roundtable event.
These slides feature a presentation from the University of Washington as part of the Access to Work and School Roundtable's Mobility for Essential Workers event. Not all presentation slides are included in this slide deck, so check out the meeting notes for more.
This slide deck features a presentation from Hopelink Education and Outreach, Find A Ride, and a discussion on vaccine transportation.
RARET December 2019 Meeting Notes
Meeting notes from South King County Coalition meeting on September 9, 2021.
Meeting slides from the September session of the One-Call/One-Click Advisory Committee meeting
These are the slides shared by Metro during the August NKCMC meeting, detailing service changes planned for October 2021.
These are meeting materials from the August session of the OCOC Advisory Committee meeting. Notes detail the scope of phase one of the One-Call/One-Click project as well as the role of the Advisory Committee.
This document describes the what and why, the driving force behind the 2021 Roundtable Conversation Series hosted by SKCMC. Includes registration links, descriptions of each topic, and schedule.
This is the agenda from the April 30th Roundtable Conversation, hosted by SKCMC regarding regional community access to key resources. This session was offered as part of a series of reoundtable meetings which discussed priority topics for the South King County community.
A word cloud resulting from the introduction exercise of the January 14th SKCMC meeting. These phrases represent the goals of Coalition members, and are what they hope to work toward in the year.
A list of all SKCMC meetings for the 2021 calendar year.
Notes from the July 22nd meeting of the RARET workgroup.
RARET January 2020 Meeting Notes
This is a one-pager that details the goals, scope, and timeline for the South King County Mobility Coalition and Access to Healthcare's Care Mobility Rewards Program.
The Bench Program Cookbook: A Handy Little Guide to Starting and Managing a Bench Program in Your Community. The purpose of this document is to create a framework to assist you in creating a bench program in your community, your neighborhood, or wherever you think it might work best.
Meeting notes from September 9th, 2021 meeting.
This draft resource lays out project ideas for the South King County Mobility Coalition to pursue during the 2019-2021 time frame.
Meeting minutes from the August 2021 meeting. Topics include Covi-19 related return of transportation services and the coordinated transportation plan from Puget Sound Regioanl Council.
Presentation materials for the August OCOC Advisory Committee meeting.
Meeting visuals and presentation aids from August 2021 quarterly meeting.
These slides supported the presentation from August 2021 KCMC quarterly meeting given by PSRC to update the coalition on the planning process and hear feedback regarding proposed strategies.
Governance Structure document for the Advisory Committee and its role in the One Call/ One Click project.
These are the meeting notes for the August session of the NKCMC. Discussion topics included: Sound Transit's North Link Extension, Hopelink's One-Call/One-Click phase 1 work, and the coalition's project for the LEP community.
These are the meeting slides and visuals from the August session of the NKCMC. Topics include Sound Transit North Link Extension, Hopelink's One-Call/One-Click phase 1 work, and the coalition's project to support LEP community members.
Meeting notes from the July bimonthly session of the South King County Mobility Coalition. Discussion points include project proposals for the next fiscal year, community outreach efforts, and COVID-19 vaccination rates in South King County.
Meeting visuals and slides from the South King County Mobility Coalition bimonthly meeting in July. Slides include descriptions of proposed projects for the next fiscal year.
Includes presentations from EERC on their Volunteer Driver project, City of Bothell on their Bicycle Plan, and City of Shoreline on the Transportation Master Plan Update (TMP)
Christine Geneus-Hill of the American Cancer Society presented on the state of ACS's transportation programs, including their new paratransit program and paused Road to Recovery program, at the Access to Healthcare Committee meeting on 6/2.
Slides presented on ORCA Next Gen at the King County Mobility Coalition meeting on May 18th, 2021.
Promotion material for the 2021 SKCMC roundtable conversation project.
Meeting Agenda for the May session of the SKCMC
Meeting slides and visuals from the May session of the SKCMC.
Meeting notes including ciscussion topics and project updates from the May SKCMC meeting.
The Committee received an update from Maureen Linehan of King County Public Health and Sara Sisco of Hopelink Mobility Management on transportation to vaccines.
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