This document outlines the Coalition's priorities for the calendar year of 2023. This document includes Coalition mission and vision, as well as descriptions of the 2023 projects and their anticipated timeline.
ETPN Summit Notes
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 following achievements demonstrate our teamwork,
resiliency, and creativity in accomplishing our mission.
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.
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.
Meeting notes from Septemner 8, 2022 meeting
A list of all EERC meetings for the 2021 calendar year.
Meeting visuals and slides from the South King County Mobility Coalition bimonthly meeting in September. Slides include announcements and presentation from King County Free Youth Transit Pass.
RARET Workgroup Meeting Notes
Meeting notes from July 14, 2022 meeting
Meeting visuals and slides from the South King County Mobility Coalition bimonthly meeting in July. Slides include announcements, presentation from Orting Veteran's Project from Pierce County.
RARET Workgroup Meeting Notes
RARET Workgroup Meeting Notes
RARET Workgroup Meeting Notes
Guiding Principles of the Emergency Transportation Provider Network
Meeting notes from May 12, 2022 meeting
Meeting visuals and slides from the South King County Mobility Coalition bimonthly meeting in May. Slides include announcements, presentation from Metro with ORCA updates, On-Demand Transportation Program, and Lyft's engagement opportunities.
Meeting notes from Janurary 13, 2022 meeting
The Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Coordinated Awareness Campaign sought to share transportation information in a coordinated and clear fashion in all Valley cities. This evaluation report details the coordinated efforts.
Principal components included in the One-Call/One-Click project plan as of August 2022. Principal Components are the key features which will make up the One-Call/One-Click tool. They are listed in priority order, details include opportunities for overlap and partnering with other regional projects.
This document details the Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition's goals and priorities for 2022 - 2023.It outlines several potential projects for the Coalition.
Summary Report from Hopelink Mobility Management reviewing coordination efforts and lessons learned over the past year of Pandemic Response. Report elements include Coordinated Vaccine Helpline Data.
Meeting visuals and slides from the South King County Mobility Coalition bimonthly meeting in January. Slides include announcements, Community Transportation Navigators Project, and notes from Sound Transit and SKC Trips.
Meeting notes from March 10, 2022 meeting
Meeting visuals and slides from the South King County Mobility Coalition bimonthly meeting in January. Slides include SKCMC 2021 Achievement's Summary, RARET recap of extreme weather presentations, and announcements.
These are the meeting slides and visuals from the October session of the NKCMC. Topics include North King County Service Changes Project, Spanish Outreach Project Update and One Call/One Click Project details.
These are the slides shared by Staci Sahoo during the October, 2021 NKCMC meeting, detailing One Call/One Click project.
These are the meeting notes for the October session of the NKCMC. Discussion topics included: North King County Transportation Service Changes Project, Spanish Outreach Project Update and One-Call/One-Click project
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.
These are the slides shared by Metro during the August NKCMC meeting, detailing service changes planned for October 2021.
A list of all SKCMC meetings for the 2021 calendar year.
The King County Mobility Coalition, through the Inclusive Planning One-Call One-Click Workgroup, has published a One-Call One-Click Business Plan that focuses on the planning, implementation, and timeline of bringing a One-Call One-Click system to King County and the Puget Sound 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 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.
Sound Transit's presentation on Link Light Rail expansion project.
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.
This draft resource lays out project ideas for the South King County Mobility Coalition to pursue during the 2019-2021 time frame.
Meeting notes from the September 2022 session of the Access to Work and School Roundtable. Topic of the session: Connections to Campus.
Post NKCMC meeting notes
1) New Partner: Aurora Reimagined Coalition
Lee Burch--Aurora Reimagined Coalition
2) Announcement: Aurora Ave Project
Christa Dumpys--SDOT and Hannah Faires
3) Discussion: Cross-County Transportation
Meeting presentation slides, include slides from the SDOT Ride Now pilot.
Meeting notes from the August 16, 2022 King County Mobility Coalition quarterly meeting. Topics include a review of the Seattle Department of Transportation Ride Now pilot and a roundtable conversation from King County transportation providers who are applying for WSDOT consolidated grant funding.
Agenda outlining the August 12, 2022 SVMC meeting.
Presentation material from the August 12, 2022 SVMC meeting.
Notes from the August 12, 2022 meeting of SVMC. Topics include presentations from Mountains to Sound Greenway and Trailhead to Direct
The King County Mobility Coalition membership roster as of August 2022.
Meeting presentation slides including Eastside Friends of Seniors and Bellevue Safe Streets for All grant project from 7-26-22
Meeting Notes for Eastside Easy Rider Collaborative meeting held 7-26-22, including presentations from Eastside Friends of Seniors and Bellevue Safe Streets for All grant application.
Meeting notes from the June session of the Access to Work and School Roundtable session. Topics include youth outreach and all reduced fare options in the region
Meeting notes from June's Access to Healthcare meeting. Topics include a presentation on the Road to Recovery Program.
Meeting presentation material from June 27, 2022. Content includes discussion questions and project updates.
Meeting notes from June 27, 2022 discussion topics include user testing outreach and data communication.
The June 23, 2022, North King County Mobility Coalition Meeting.
1) New ORCA Retail Network
2) The City of Bothell Bike Plan 2022
Snotrac Subareas Commitees
For your convenience, two pdfs were merged into one for quick access. To view Snotrac's Sub County Committee PowerPoint, please scroll to page 44.
1. New ORCA Retail Network (pages 7-12)
Presenter: Jason Campos, Transportation City Planner
2. City of Bothell Bike Plan 2022 (Pages 14-36)
Presenter: Sherman Goong, Transportation City Planner
3. Sub County Committees (Pages 44-68)
Brock Howell, Director, Snotrac
Meeting visuals from May 2022.
Meeting notes from May quarterly meeting. Content includes discussion of New ORCA retail network expansion and the Washington State Consolidated Grant process.
Eastside Easy Rider Collaborative Meeting Presentation Slides including presentations regarding East Link, New ORCA, Eastside Mobility for All, and Fiscal Year 2023 plans.
Eastside Easy Rider Collaborative Notes including the following topics: East Link, New ORCA, Eastside Mobility for All grant project, and Fiscal Year 2023 plans.
These are meeting slides and visuals from April 28, 2022 NKCMC meeting. The Sound Transit PowerPoint presentation and Shoreline Transportation Master Plan have been combined into one PDF.
1) Welcome, Introductions, and Announcements
2) Shoreline Transportation Master Plan
3) Sound Transit’s Bus Rapid Transit Project
4) Everett Link Light Rail Extension
5) NKCMC Project Updates
Presentation material includes data adoption workplan.
Finalized meeting notes for the April 28, 2022 coalition meeting.
Notes include conversation on the Hopelink Mobility team coordinated response to Covid-19 pandemic.
Notes from the April Advisory Committee meeting. Topics include the data adoption workplan.
Eastside Easy Rider Collaborative Meeting Notes including presentations from 211, Bus Rapid Transit, and an update from the Eastside Mobility for All grant project.
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