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Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition 2023 Achievements 

The 2023 Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Achievements support our vision of connecting communities to improve transportation opportunities for the Snoqualmie Valley. The Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition (SVMC) believes affordable, accessible, reliable, and safe transportation is necessary for life. It is dedicated to connecting communities to improve Snoqualmie Valley's transportation.

Jan 2024

Eastside Easy Ride Mobility Coalition 2023 Achievements 

EERC End of Year Achievements for 2023

Jan 2024

North King County Mobility Coalition 2023 Achievements  

This one-pager outlines the work of the North King County Mobility Coalition in 2023. For more information contact the North King County Mobility Coordinator.

Jan 2024

Find a Ride Social Media Kit January 2024 

Join Hopelink, Every Ride Counts, and Find a Ride’s Advisory Members, in reaching out to the community and promoting Find a Ride’s new trip planner, now in a community testing phase!

Jan 2024

South King County Mobility Coalition 2023 Achievements 

The following achievements demonstrate our teamwork, resiliency, and creativity in accomplishing our mission in 2023.

Jan 2024

Executive Report Summary of the Transportation Solutions Summit 

A summary report of the Transportation Solutions Summit from November 8th, 2023, including information learned from discussion panels, results of small-group work, and key recommendations.

Nov 2023

South King County Mobility Coalition Work Plan - FY 2024 

This document outlines the Coalition's priorities for the calendar year of 2024. This document includes the Coalition's mission, vision, and descriptions of the 2024 projects and their anticipated timeline.

Jul 2023

Access to Healthcare Meeting PowerPoint 02/07/2024 

02/07/2023 Presentation PowerPoint

Feb 2024

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting PowerPoint 2.9.2024 

February 2024's Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition PowerPoint includes Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Updates, with Amy Biggs, SVT Director; Round-robin review of what's happening in the Valley; Community Van – King County Metro will provide regional program updates along with upcoming events, with Teresa Ngo, TNgo@Hopelink; Lastly, Transportation Choices Coalition will provide current WA State Legislative Updates from the 2024 short session, with Nivya Murthi, Nivya@TransportationChoices.org

Feb 2024

Access to Healthcare Meeting Minutes 2/7/2024 

Meeting notes from February 7, 2024 Access to Healthcare meeting.

Feb 2024

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting Agenda 2.9.2024 

February 2024's Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Agenda includes Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Updates, with Amy Biggs, SVT Director; Round-robin review of what's happening in the Valley; Community Van – King County Metro will provide regional program updates along with upcoming events, with Teresa Ngo, TNgo@Hopelink; Lastly, Transportation Choices Coalition will provide current WA State Legislative Updates from the 2024 short session, with Nivya Murthi, Nivya@TransportationChoices.org

Feb 2024

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting Minutes 2.9.2024 

February 2024's Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition PowerPoint includes Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Updates, with Amy Biggs, SVT Director; Round-robin review of what's happening in the Valley; Community Van – King County Metro will provide regional program updates along with upcoming events, with Teresa Ngo, TNgo@Hopelink; Lastly, Transportation Choices Coalition will provide current WA State Legislative Updates from the 2024 short session, with Nivya Murthi, Nivya@TransportationChoices.org

Feb 2024

KCMC Meeting Agenda 2-20-24 

KCMC Meeting agenda for 2-20-24 including an overview of the transportation solutions summit, Metro Flex updates, and KCMC achievements and project updates.

Feb 2024

North King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Notes 

Meeting Date: 2024/02/28

Agenda

  1. Ride Now – Voucher Program
    Margo Iñiguez Dawes, Seattle Department of Transportation
  2. Gorge Translink Alliance
    Kathy Fitzpatrick, Mid-Columbia Economic Development District
  3. North King County Mobility Coalition Project
    Julio Perez

Feb 2024

North King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Slide Deck 

Meeting Date: 2024/02/22

Agenda

  1. Ride Now – Voucher Program
    Margo Iñiguez Dawes, Seattle Department of Transportation
  2. Gorge Translink Alliance
    Kathy Fitzpatrick, Mid-Columbia Economic Development District
  3. North King County Mobility Coalition Project
    Julio Perez

Feb 2024

South King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Presentation Slides 01.11.2024 

SKCMC Vision: A transportation network that allows all people to move freely around South King County and the surrounding region. Meeting Goals: 1) Hear an update on Hopelink Mobility team’s Community Transportation Navigator program 2) Learn more about the SKCMC project we’ll be tacking this year—Crossing Borders Transportation Project! 3) Network and provide updates to SKCMC partners.

Jan 2024

South King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Notes 01.11.2024 

SKCMC Vision: A transportation network that allows all people to move freely around South King County and the surrounding region. Meeting Goals: 1) Hear an update on Hopelink Mobility team’s Community Transportation Navigator program 2) Learn more about the SKCMC project we’ll be tacking this year—Crossing Borders Transportation Project! 3) Network and provide updates to SKCMC partners.

Jan 2024

Find a Ride Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes 1/22/2024 

This month's Advisory Committee meeting included: Project Milestones and Updates, FTA ICAM Grant follow-up, Q&A, Feedback from Community Testing, Soft-launch Readiness, and Continuous Improvements,

Jan 2024

EERC Meeting Notes 1-30-24 

EERC Meeting notes from January 30th, 2024. Presenters include Teresa Ngo with Hopelink re: Community Van's launch in Redmond; Kate Nesse with the City of Bellevue re: Updates on the Bellevue Comprehensive Plan; Arthur Bachus with Sound Transit, re: updates on the Light Rail expansion and pending opening of the 2 Line.

Jan 2024

EERC Meeting Agenda 1-30-24 

EERC Meeting Agenda from 1-30-24 including presentations about the Redmond launch of Community Van, Updates on the Bellevue Comprehensive Plan, and information about the 2 Line opening Spring of 2024.

Jan 2024

EERC Meeting Slides 1-30-24 

Meeting slides from EERC meeting on 1-30-24, including. Slide decks from City of Bellevue, Community Van, and Sound Transit are uploaded separately

Jan 2024

EERC Meeting Slides from Sound Transit 1-30-24 

Sound Transit slide deck from EERC meeting on 1-3-24 that includes updates on the opening of the 2 Line in Spring of 2024

Jan 2024

EERC Meeting Slides from City of Bellevue 1-30-24 

Meeting slides from City of Bellevue about the Comprehensive Plan 1-30-24

Jan 2024

EERC Meeting Slides - Community Van Redmond - 1-30-24

EERC Meeting slides covering Community Van Redmond launch 1-30-24

Jan 2024

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting Minutes 12.15.2023 

Snoqualmie Valley Winter Weather Preparedness and Resources Coalition Meeting:

The National Weather Service's Warning Coordination Meteorologist, Reid Wolcott, will provide insights on the 2023-24 regional winter weather forecast for the PNW, impacting the Snoqualmie Valley. Dean Sydnor, RARET Coordinator, will discuss regional winter tips through compiled resources to support local municipalities and townships during the winter weather season and vital resources to bookmark for easy access. Q & A to discuss winter preparations, sharing insights, procedures, lessons learned, and anticipated needs.

FOCUS: The presentation provides lifesaving information, resources, bookmarks, and contacts to optimize regional response strategies by minimizing the risks of weather-related disruptions while maintaining operational adeptness for rural residents.

Dec 2023

Find a Ride Every Ride Counts Marketing Report December 4, 2023  

The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC) granted Find a Ride the opportunity to participate in their Every Ride Counts Pilot Program. Hopelink integrated the Every Ride Counts campaign branding and values into our marketing plan for Find a Ride’s trip planner. Through our inclusive planning process and ongoing coalition partnerships, we brought together public transit, human services transportation providers, aging and disability organizations, community leaders, and community members—including older adults, people with disabilities, and caregivers. These community members gave feedback about NADTC’s Every Ride Counts Campaign from August through November 2023. As part of launching our trip planner website and recruiting community testers from these partners, we engaged in virtual and in-person community outreach.

Dec 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting PowerPoint - 12.15.2023 

Snoqualmie Valley Winter Weather Preparedness and Resources Coalition Meeting:

The National Weather Service's Warning Coordination Meteorologist, Reid Wolcott, will provide insights on the 2023-24 regional winter weather forecast for the PNW, impacting the Snoqualmie Valley. Dean Sydnor, RARET Coordinator, will discuss regional winter tips through compiled resources to support local municipalities and townships during the winter weather season and vital resources to bookmark for easy access. Q & A to discuss winter preparations, sharing insights, procedures, lessons learned, and anticipated needs.

FOCUS: The presentation provides lifesaving information, resources, bookmarks, and contacts to optimize regional response strategies by minimizing the risks of weather-related disruptions while maintaining operational adeptness for rural residents.

Dec 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting Agenda 12.15.2023 

Snoqualmie Valley Winter Weather Preparedness and Resources Coalition Meeting:

The National Weather Service's Warning Coordination Meteorologist, Reid Wolcott, will provide insights on the 2023-24 regional winter weather forecast for the PNW, impacting the Snoqualmie Valley. Dean Sydnor, RARET Coordinator, will discuss regional winter tips through compiled resources to support local municipalities and townships during the winter weather season and vital resources to bookmark for easy access. Q & A to discuss winter preparations, sharing insights, procedures, lessons learned, and anticipated needs.

FOCUS: The presentation provides lifesaving information, resources, bookmarks, and contacts to optimize regional response strategies by minimizing the risks of weather-related disruptions while maintaining operational adeptness for rural residents.

Dec 2023

One-Call/One-Click Advisory Committee Meeting Notes 12/13/2023  

Find a Ride, a one-call/one-click project, Advisory Committee Meeting Notes from our 12/13/2023 special meeting to review Phase 1a Evaluation Report

Dec 2023

North King County Mobility Coalition Meeting PowerPoint 2023.12.14 

Meeting Date: 2023/12/14 from 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Agenda

1) Subsidized Annual Pass (pages 7-31)

2) Ride United Transportation Access (pages 32-47)

3) North King County Mobility Coalition Satisfaction Survey (pages 48-52)

4) North King County Mobility Coalition 2023 Achivements (pages 53-58)

Dec 2023

Access to Healthcare Meeting PowerPoint 12/6/2023 

Meeting presentation slides from December 2023.

Dec 2023

Find a Ride Phase 1A Evaluation Report December 2023 

This document's purpose is to summarize the lessons learned over the course of the past year. Such a retrospective is valuable for a project designed to innovate and advance the state of the field regarding technology tools in support of mobility for all. The content is based on the author's direct experience on the project as a technical resource and on interviews with vendors, Hopelink staff, and project stakeholders.

Dec 2023

North King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Notes 2023.12.14 

Meeting notes for the December 14, 2023 North King County Mobility coalition meeting.

Dec 2023

EERC Meeting Slides - Bike Bellevue Presentation 11-28-23 

Bike Bellevue's presentation slides for EERC meeting on 11-28-23

Nov 2023

EERC Meeting Agenda 11-28-23 

EERC Meeting agenda for 11-28-23 including presentations from Bike Bellevue and Eastside Friends of Seniors

Nov 2023

EERC Meeting Notes 11-28-23 

EERC meeting notes with presentations from Bike Bellevue and Eastside Friends of Seniors

Nov 2023

EERC Meeting Slides 11-28-23 

EERC Meeting slides from 11-28-23

Nov 2023

South King County Mobility Coalition PowerPoint Slides 11.09.2023 

SKCMC Vision: A transportation network that allows all people to move freely around South King County and the surrounding region. Meeting Goals: 1) Learn about the proposed fare changes for Sound Transit’s Link light rail and provide insights 2) Hear key updates about the development of Find a Ride’s trip planner and conduct user testing 3) Network and provide updates to SKCMC partners.

Nov 2023

South King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Notes 11.09.2023 

SKCMC Vision: A transportation network that allows all people to move freely around South King County and the surrounding region. Meeting Goals: 1) Learn about the proposed fare changes for Sound Transit’s Link light rail and provide insights 2) Hear key updates about the development of Find a Ride’s trip planner and conduct user testing 3) Network and provide updates to SKCMC partners.

Nov 2023

Find a Ride Phase 1a User Testing Report 

This details methodology and findings from User Testing from April through October 2023 for Find a Ride's trip planner.

Nov 2023

RARET Meeting Notes- November 29,2023 

RARET Workgroup Meeting Notes

Nov 2023

North King County Mobility Coalition Meeting 2023.10.26  

Meeting notes for the October 26, 2023, bimonthly North King County Mobility Coalition Meeting.

Oct 2023

NKCMC Meeting PowerPoint 2023.10.26 

October 26, 2023, North King County Mobility Coailtion bimonthly meeting PowerPoint slide deck.

Topics Discussed

1) Sound Transit Proposed Fare Changes

2) RARET Inclement Weather Preparedness

3) 2023 Satisfaction Survey

Oct 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting Minutes 10.13.2023 

King County Metro Accessibility Planning – Updating ADA Policies. October’s SV Coalition Meeting will feature a presentation by Jordan Hoover and Cristina Gonzales from Metro Accessibility Planning, discussing Metro's ADA Transition Planning and how to get involved.

SVMC Partner Resolution Adoption. Last month's TF meeting discussed updates to all Valley cities' 2022 SVMC Resolution for Proclamation adoption. The updates aim to update language reflective of today’s Mobility Priorities.

Week Without Driving Updates

Oct 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting Agenda 10.13.2023 

King County Metro Accessibility Planning – Updating ADA Policies. October’s SV Coalition Meeting will feature a presentation by Jordan Hoover and Cristina Gonzales from Metro Accessibility Planning, discussing Metro's ADA Transition Planning and how to get involved.

SVMC Partner Resolution Adoption. Last month's TF meeting discussed updates to all Valley cities' 2022 SVMC Resolution for Proclamation adoption. The updates aim to update language reflective of today’s Mobility Priorities.

Week Without Driving Updates

Oct 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition PowerPoint 10.13.2023 

King County Metro Accessibility Planning – Updating ADA Policies. October’s SV Coalition Meeting will feature a presentation by Jordan Hoover and Cristina Gonzales from Metro Accessibility Planning, discussing Metro's ADA Transition Planning and how to get involved.

SVMC Partner Resolution Adoption. Last month's TF meeting discussed updates to all Valley cities' 2022 SVMC Resolution for Proclamation adoption. The updates aim to update language reflective of today’s Mobility Priorities.

Week Without Driving Updates

Oct 2023

EERC Meeting Notes 9-26-23-23 

Meeting notes from EERC bi-monthly coalition meeting. Presenters included Franz Loewenherz from the City of Bellevue about the project, Bike Bellevue, and Jordan Hoover and Cristina Gonzales from King County Metro about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan.

Sep 2023

RARET Meeting Notes - September 28, 2023 

RARET Workgroup Meeting Notes

Sep 2023

South King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Notes 9.14.2023 

South King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Notes

Sep 2023

EERC Meeting Slides 9-26-23 

EERC Meeting slides from 9-26-23. Topics include Bike Bellevue and KC Metro's ADA Transition Plan

Sep 2023

EERC Meeting Agenda 9-26-23 

EERC Meeting agenda from 9-26-23 including presentations from Bike Bellevue and KC Metro's ADA transition plan

Sep 2023

EERC Meeting Slides - Bike Bellevue Presentation - 9-26-23 

EERC Meeting slides - Bike Bellevue's presentation

Sep 2023

South King County Mobility Coalition PowerPoint Slides 9.14.2023 

SKCMC Vision: A transportation network that allows all people to move freely around South King County and the surrounding region. Meeting Goals: 1) Hear key regional updates that impact South King County 2) Learn about Sound Transit’s updates to their Sounder South Strategic Plan and provide your insights 3) Network and provide updates to SKCMC partners

Sep 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting Agenda - 8.11.2023 

Meredith Sampson, King County Transportation Planner, discusses new Metro Flex services this month. Email: MeSampson@KingCounty.gov. Then, Julio Perez, in partnership with the University of Washington – Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, provides an overview of their months-long research into cross-county transportation, including King and Snohomish Counties, and focuses on actionable recommendations to improve mobility landscapes. Email: JPerez@Hopelink.org.

Aug 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition PowerPoint - 8.11.2023 

This month, Meredith Sampson, King County Transportation Planner, discusses Metro Flex. Secondly, in partnership with the University of Washington – Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, Julio Perez provides an overview of their months-long cross-country transportation research, including King and Snohomish Counties, and actionable recommendations to improve mobility landscapes.

Aug 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting Minutes - 8.11.2023 

This month, Meredith Sampson, King County Transportation Planner, discusses Metro Flex. Secondly, in partnership with the University of Washington – Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, Julio Perez provides an overview of their months-long cross-country transportation research, including King and Snohomish Counties, and actionable recommendations to improve mobility landscapes.

Aug 2023

King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Minutes 8.15.2023 

King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Minutes - 8.15.2023

Aug 2023

NKCMC One-Pager 

A one-pager about who we are as a coalition.

Jul 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Work Plan FY 2024 

The Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition FY 2024 Work Plan details the regional Coalition's goals, priorities, plans, and projects projected for 2023 - 24.

Jul 2023

NKCMC CCT One Page Overview on Recommendations 

Project Overview:

The North King County Mobility Coalition, in collaboration with the University of Washington, commenced a five-month study in February 2023 with the objective of gaining deeper insights into cross-border travel, specifically between King and Snohomish Counties. This initiative aimed to address the challenges and opportunities associated with transportation services in the region, focusing on the needs of individuals who rely on paratransit or specialized transportation services.

Research Collaboration:

The coalition partnered with the University of Washington Evans School of Public Policy & Governance's Student Consulting Lab to conduct this in-depth study. Graduate students from this prestigious institution were entrusted with conducting the research, bringing fresh perspectives and analytical expertise to the project.

Focus Areas:

The "Cross-County Transportation" project primarily concentrated on analyzing the barriers and opportunities faced by riders while commuting between King and Snohomish Counties. The study paid particular attention to local organizations and clients who rely on paratransit or specialized transportation services. Their valuable input played a pivotal role in shaping the research's direction.

Identifying Client Needs:

Throughout the study, the research team actively sought to identify the needs and concerns of individuals who encounter limitations with the current cross-county transportation landscape. By engaging with local organizations and clients, the study aimed to comprehensively understand the challenges they face, with a particular focus on people with disabilities and older adults.

Advocating for Improvements:

The primary goal of the resulting report is to raise awareness of the identified needs and advocate for enhancements in cross-country travel. By addressing the grievances expressed by individuals who rely on specialized transportation services, the project seeks to facilitate seamless mobility across county lines. It emphasizes the importance of creating an inclusive transportation system that accommodates the needs of all community members, especially those with disabilities and older adults.

To gain a comprehensive understanding of the findings and recommendations of this vital study and to support the advocacy for improved cross-country travel, it is recommended to access the full report provided by the North King County Mobility Coalition.

For further information and inquiries, contact the North King County Mobility Coordinator at Jperez@hopelink.org.

Jul 2023

NKCMC CCT One Pager Executive Summary 

Project Overview:

The North King County Mobility Coalition, in collaboration with the University of Washington, commenced a five-month study in February 2023 with the objective of gaining deeper insights into cross-border travel, specifically between King and Snohomish Counties. This initiative aimed to address the challenges and opportunities associated with transportation services in the region, focusing on the needs of individuals who rely on paratransit or specialized transportation services.

Research Collaboration:

The coalition partnered with the University of Washington Evans School of Public Policy & Governance's Student Consulting Lab to conduct this in-depth study. Graduate students from this prestigious institution were entrusted with conducting the research, bringing fresh perspectives and analytical expertise to the project.

Focus Areas:

The "Cross-County Transportation" project primarily concentrated on analyzing the barriers and opportunities faced by riders while commuting between King and Snohomish Counties. The study paid particular attention to local organizations and clients who rely on paratransit or specialized transportation services. Their valuable input played a pivotal role in shaping the research's direction.

Identifying Client Needs:

Throughout the study, the research team actively sought to identify the needs and concerns of individuals who encounter limitations with the current cross-county transportation landscape. By engaging with local organizations and clients, the study aimed to comprehensively understand the challenges they face, with a particular focus on people with disabilities and older adults.

Advocating for Improvements:

The primary goal of the resulting report is to raise awareness of the identified needs and advocate for enhancements in cross-country travel. By addressing the grievances expressed by individuals who rely on specialized transportation services, the project seeks to facilitate seamless mobility across county lines. It emphasizes the importance of creating an inclusive transportation system that accommodates the needs of all community members, especially those with disabilities and older adults.

To gain a comprehensive understanding of the findings and recommendations of this vital study and to support the advocacy for improved cross-country travel, it is recommended to access the full report provided by the North King County Mobility Coalition.

For further information and inquiries, contact the North King County Mobility Coordinator at Jperez@hopelink.org.

Jul 2023

South King County Mobility Coalition PowerPoint Slides 7.13.2023 

SKCMC Vision: A transportation network that allows all people to move freely around South King County and the surrounding region. Meeting Goals: 1) Hear updates about education and outreach work in South King County 2) Discuss findings from the Cross-County Transportation project and actionable next steps for South Kind County to pursue the recommendations 3) Finalize the FY24 SKCMC work plan and discuss next steps

Jul 2023

South King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Notes 7.13.2023 

SKCMC Vision: A transportation network that allows all people to move freely around South King County and the surrounding region. Meeting Goals: 1) Hear updates about education and outreach work in South King County 2) Discuss findings from the Cross-County Transportation project and actionable next steps for South King County to pursue the recommendations 3) Finalize the FY24 SKCMC work plan and discuss next steps.

Jul 2023

EERC Fiscal Year 2024 Workplan 

Fiscal Year 2024 Workplan for EERC

Jul 2023

North King County Mobility Coalition PowerPoint 6.22.2023 

The June 22, North King County Mobility Coaliton PowerPoint.

Jun 2023

King County Mobility Coalition Membership Roster 

The King County Mobility Coalition membership roster as of June 2023.

Jun 2023

King County Mobility Coalition 2023-2026 Action Plan 

The three-year action plan for the King County Mobility Coalition outlines future projects and group priorities. Officially adopted by KCMC Membership on June 2, 2023.

Jun 2023

Cross County Transportation Project Final Report 2023.06 

In February 2023, the North King County Mobility Coalition, in partnership with the University of Washington, conducted a four-month research project to better understand the barriers of cross-county border travel. Enclosed document includes the Cross-County Transportation Project Final Report.

Jun 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition PowerPoint - 6.9.2023 

This Month, the SVMC invited Chrys Bertolotto, King County Flood Management Program Manager III, to discuss King County Flood Management, who is responsible for carrying out programs and projects to reduce flood damages and protect public safety, which guides the work of managing risks along our rivers, creeks in unincorporated King County. In creating the new two-year plan. King County is directly working with communities to discuss local flood plans, including community partnerships, advisory groups, and surveys. Email: CBertolotto@KingCounty.gov Additionally, Jesse Renolds, from King County Subarea Planning, discussed the KC Subarea Community Survey, establishing the vision, goals, and policies to guide development decisions in rural community service areas and unincorporated areas for the next 20 years. Subarea local plans are created in partnership with their communities and adopted by the King County Council, becoming part of the King County Comprehensive Plan and the King County Code. Email: JesReynolds@KingCounty.gov.

Jun 2023

North King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Notes 2023.06.22 

Meeting notes for the June 23, 2023, North King County Mobility Coalition.

Jun 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting Minutes - 6.9.2023 

This Month, the SVMC invited Chrys Bertolotto, King County Flood Management Program Manager III, to discuss King County Flood Management, who is responsible for carrying out programs and projects to reduce flood damages and protect public safety, which guides the work of managing risks along our rivers, creeks in unincorporated King County. In creating the new two-year plan. King County is directly working with communities to discuss local flood plans, including community partnerships, advisory groups, and surveys. Email: CBertolotto@KingCounty.gov Additionally, Jesse Renolds, from King County Subarea Planning, discussed the KC Subarea Community Survey, establishing the vision, goals, and policies to guide development decisions in rural community service areas and unincorporated areas for the next 20 years. Subarea local plans are created in partnership with their communities and adopted by the King County Council, becoming part of the King County Comprehensive Plan and the King County Code. Email: JesReynolds@KingCounty.gov.

Jun 2023

One-Call/One-Click Advisory Committee Meeting Slides 06 26 2023 

Meeting slides from the June 2023 Advisory Meeting. Topics include project progress, partnership marketing and Every Ride Counts pilot, and the Phase 1a user testing plan highlights.

Jun 2023

One-Call/One-Click Advisory Committee Meeting Notes 06 26 2023 

Meeting notes from the June 2023 Advisory Meeting. Topics include project progress, partnership marketing and Every Ride Counts pilot, and the Phase 1a user testing plan highlights.

Jun 2023

Snoqualmie Valley Mobility Coalition Meeting Agenda - 6.9.2023 

This Month, the SVMC invited Chrys Bertolotto, King County Flood Management Program Manager III, to discuss King County Flood Management, who is responsible for carrying out programs and projects to reduce flood damages and protect public safety, which guides the work of managing risks along our rivers, creeks in unincorporated King County. In creating the new two-year plan. King County is directly working with communities to discuss local flood plans, including community partnerships, advisory groups, and surveys. Email: CBertolotto@KingCounty.gov Additionally, Jesse Renolds, from King County Subarea Planning, discussed the KC Subarea Community Survey, establishing the vision, goals, and policies to guide development decisions in rural community service areas and unincorporated areas for the next 20 years. Subarea local plans are created in partnership with their communities and adopted by the King County Council, becoming part of the King County Comprehensive Plan and the King County Code. Email: JesReynolds@KingCounty.gov.


Jun 2023

EERC Meeting Slides 5-30-23 

EERC meeting slides including information about the Rides & Smiles Pilot Shuttle, Find a Ride, and the EERC Fiscal Year 2024 Workplan

May 2023

King County Mobility Coalition Charter 

Updated in 2023, this document acts as the guiding Charter for the King County Mobility Coalition.

May 2023

King County Mobility Coalition PowerPoint 5.16.2023 

Content includes review of the 2023-2026 Action Plan and the Cross County Transportation research recommendations

May 2023

One-Call/One-Click Overview 2023 EERC Meeting 5-30-23 

Laura Loe, Program Manager for Find a Ride, presented an overview for the One-Call/One-Click program, including the latest developments with user testing.

May 2023

King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Minutes 5.16.2023 

King County Mobility Coalition notes from the May quarterly meeting. Content includes the review of the 2023-2026 Action Plan and the North King County Cross County Transportation research recommendations.

May 2023

EERC Meeting Minutes 5-30-23 

EERC meeting notes including information about the Rides & Smiles Pilot Shuttle, Find a Ride, and the EERC Fiscal Year 2024 Workplan

May 2023

South King County Mobility Coalition Meeting PowerPoint 5.11.2023 

SKCMC Vision: A transportation network that allows all people to move freely around South King County and the surrounding region. Meeting Goals: 1) Hear updates about the Find a Ride (One-Call/One-Click) program and how you can get involved. 2) Highlight improvements and changes in South King County transportation options with the new RapidRide H line. 3) Discuss priorities for SKCMC to focus on in fiscal year 2024

May 2023

South King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Agenda 5.11.2023 

SKCMC Vision: A transportation network that allows all people to move freely around South King County and the surrounding region. Meeting Goals: 1) Hear updates about the Find a Ride (One-Call/One-Click) program and how you can get involved. 2) Highlight improvements and changes in South King County transportation options with the new RapidRide H line. 3) Discuss priorities for SKCMC to focus on in fiscal year 2024.

May 2023

South King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Notes 5.11.2023 

SKCMC Vision: A transportation network that allows all people to move freely around South King County and the surrounding region. Meeting Goals: 1) Hear updates about the Find a Ride (One-Call/One-Click) program and how you can get involved. 2) Highlight improvements and changes in South King County transportation options with the new RapidRide H line. 3) Discuss priorities for SKCMC to focus on in fiscal year 2024.

May 2023

EERC Meeting Agenda 5-30-23 

EERC meeting agenda including information about the Rides & Smiles Pilot Shuttle, Find a Ride, and the EERC Fiscal Year 2024 Workplan

May 2023

Access to Healthcare Meeting PowerPoint 4/5/2023 

Meeting presentation slides from April 2023. Meeting content includes a presentation on the KCMC Action Plan, Community Collaboratory, and community survey results from Valley Medical.

Apr 2023
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