This is a report produced by the Education and Outreach Committee of the King County Mobility Coalition with details on Northshore Senior Center's transportation program after a field trip interacted with the services in 2017.
This is a report produced by the Education and Outreach Committee of the King County Mobility Coalition with details on the Snoqualmie Valley Transportation operations for rural King County after a field trip interacted with the services in 2017.
This document will go over the Regional Tabletop that took place on June 6 2017 and the results of the
workshop feedback survey. The summary provides big ideas learned from conversations, questions, and
One Center City Potential Near-term Strategies Presentation Slides
These are slides from a presentation that One Center City gave to the King County Mobility Coalition on February 21st, 2017 to share their vision and goals.
Travel tips & information for clients staying at The Landing in Redmond, an emergency young adult shelter.
Post exercise briefing on CSZ.
These slides, presented by Nick Bolten and Anat Caspi of the University of Washington Taskar Center for Accessible Technology, share details, origin, and purpose of their work on AccessMap and global open sidewalks. It was shared with the King County Mobility Coalition during their meeting on August 15th, 2016.
Transportation companies emergency planning/preparedness data.
Through the Healthcare Access Mobility Design Challenge sponsored by the National Center for Mobility Management, Hopelink worked with partners to develop a business plan for the Care Mobility Rewards Program.
These slides on Mobility for Refugees in King County, presented by World Relief and the Somali Youth and Family Club, were shared at the King County Mobility Coalition meeting on February 16, 2016.
In 2015, the King County Mobility Coalition produced a Transportation Needs Assessment out of their Veterans Transportation Initiative to build on the success of the VetsGO platform and further an understanding of Veteran's mobility challenges.
The 2014 King County Special Needs Transportation Assessment identifies the transportation needs of individuals with disabilities, older adults, youth, and individuals with limited incomes in King County, Washington and current gaps in the transportation system.
This is the final report for the King County Mobility Coalition's Immigrant and Refugee Elders Transportation Project, as funded and supported by the National Center on Senior Transportation's Breaking New Ground Grant of 2011.
The purpose of the Immigrant and Refugee Elders Transportation Project is to increase the availability of culturally and ethnically appropriate transportation resource information for newly arrived immigrant and refugee elders in King County. The Project has five parts: Community Conversations and Surveys, Summary Report, Transportation Summit, Action Plan and Ethnic Senior Advisory Council. The Summary Report reviews what we learned through our community conversations and surveys and discusses common themes that emerged from the data collected.
This small booklet compiled by the King County Mobility Coalition documents stories from across our county about the way mobility and transportation is used, and impacts, all.
The King County Mobility Coalition coordinated a transit-human services transportation plan in 2010 to review existing services and provide a needs assessment for special needs transportation.
The King County Mobility Coalition produced this Action Plan after Round 1 Inclusive Planning grant efforts. It helped inform the prioritized projects for Round 2.
Use King County Metro’s calculator to determine if you can save money commuting by bus instead of driving alone. You input the number of miles you travel to work, and what you pay for parking and gas. King County Metro compares that total to the cost of paying cash fares on Metro at different times of the day and in different parts of King County.
Updated in 2014, this document acts as the guiding charter for the King County Mobility Coalition.
This slide deck shares comprehensive information about the different types of transportation and mobility programs that individuals can use to get to work and school.
This project charter details the objectives, goals, and overarching process associated with the Small Business Transportation Toolkit project adopted by the Access to Work and School Committee.
Continuity of Operations planning toolkit. This guide provides information on how to prepare buissnesses for disaster.
This is a basic Zoom guide that provides information about basic platform controls.
This document outlines the changes the formerly Access to Work and School Committee will undergo in 2021, transitioning to the Access to Work and School Roundtable.
Developed in partnership with King County Metro, the King County Mobility Coalition, and its community partners, the King County Accessible Travel Map is a resource for older adults, people with disabilities, caregivers, and support staff to showcase the transportation options available in King County. Over 30 transportation services and resources are highlighted, including transit, community based shuttles, medical transportation, volunteer driver programs, taxis, fare payments, and much more! (The map translated into Spanish can be found here .) To request a copy of the brochure, please e-mail email@example.com.
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