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Which ORCA Card is Right for Me? - Vietnamese 

The King County Mobility Coalition, through it's Access to Work and School Committee, produced this helpful handout to determine the different types of ORCA cards an individual can qualify for. This is the Vietnamese version of the resource.

Aug 2019

Community Transportation Navigators & Marketing, Distribution, and Outreach Project Charter 

This document is the project charter for the King County Mobility Coalition's Inclusive Planning Community Transportation Navigators & Marketing, Distribution, and Outreach projects, as led by the similarly named workgroup. It

Aug 2019

Access to Healthcare Meeting Slides - August 7, 2019 

These slides for the Access to Healthcare Committee meeting on August 7th, 2019 feature a presentation from the Northwest Kidney Center on transportation needs of dialysis patients, among other agenda topics.

Aug 2019

King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Slides - August 20, 2019 

This slide deck for the King County Mobility Coalition meeting on August 20, 2019 shares a presentation on ORCA Next Gen, a follow-up to the Immigrants and Refugees Needs Assessment, an Inclusive Planning update, and other briefings.

Aug 2019

ORCA Youth Find Your Freedom Report 

From June 2018 to June 2019, King County Metro worked with Hopelink Mobility Management and the King County Mobility Coalition's Access to Work and School Committee to distribute 6,000 $10 pre-loaded ORCA Youth cards and transit education materials to high school students in King County. This report details the findings, recommendations, and lessons learned from this effort.

Aug 2019

RARET Meeting Notes - July 24, 2019 

RARET July 2019 Meeting Notes

Jul 2019

Transportation Barriers and Needs for Immigrants and Refugees: An Exploratory Needs Assessment 

This needs assessment, produced by the University of Washington's Evans School of Public Policy and Governance Graduate Consulting Lab on behalf of the King County Mobility Coalition, assesses the barriers and needs of immigrant and refugee populations in King County as they relate to transportation and mobility.

Jun 2019

Education and Outreach Field Trip: Via to Transit / Ride2 Slide Deck 

This is a slide deck that accomponied a KCMC Education and Outreach field trip to learn more about two of King County's first / last mile transportation solutions, Via to Transit and Ride2.

Jun 2019

Education and Outreach Field Trip: Via to Transit / Ride2 Notes 

These are notes compiled during a KCMC Education and Outreach field trip to learn more about two of King County's first / last mile transportation solutions, Via to Transit and Ride2.

Jun 2019

King County Mobility Coalition Meeting Slides - May 21, 2019 

This slide deck for the King County Mobility Coalition meeting on May 21st, 2019 features a presentation on the Transportation Barriers and Needs for Immigrants and Refugees in King County (based on the KCMC needs assessment), an update on King County Metro's income-based fare program, and other agenda items.

May 2019

Sound Transit Sounder Update Presentation Slides 

Sound Transit provided an update on their Sounder services during the South King County Mobility Coalition meeting on May 9, 2019.

May 2019

RARET Meeting Notes - May 22, 2019  

RARET May 2019 Meeting Notes

May 2019

Kirkland Mobility Coffee Talk Event Summary 

The EERC is hosting an ongoing series of Coffee Talk events in collaboration with Senior Centers and Community Centers on the Eastside.

Apr 2019

RARET Meeting Notes - March 27, 2019  

RARET March 2019 Meeting Notes

Mar 2019

I-405 Bus Rapid Transit Presentation Slides 

Sound Transit presented on the I-405 Bus Rapid Transit at the South King County Mobility Coalition on March 14, 2019.

Mar 2019

RARET - February 2019 King County Snow Event After Action Report  

The Regional Alliance for Resilient and Equitable Transportation (RARET) created an After Action Report to analyze the February 2019 snow event and subsequent service changes, strategies, and coordination that occured as a result.

Mar 2019

King County Metro Fare Enforcement Policy Update Presentation Slides 

King County Metro shared about their previous and updated fare enforcement policy, in addition to the process of reforming it, at the King County Mobility Coalition meeting on February 19th, 2019.

Feb 2019

RARET Meeting Notes - January 23, 2019  

Meeting notes from RARET January 2019

Jan 2019

Inclusive Planning Grant Round 1 Summary 

This report details the King County Mobility Coalition's work and findings done during Round 1 efforts of the Inclusive Planning grant.

Jan 2019

SKCMC Food Access and Transportation Needs Assessment 

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.

Jan 2019

King County Mobility Coalition 2018 Achievements 

This document reviews a variety of accomplishments the King County Mobility Coalition achieved through it's collaboration, coordination, and advocacy in 2018.

Dec 2018

Redmond Mobility Coffee Talk Event Summary 

The EERC is hosting an ongoing series of Coffee Talk events in collaboration with Senior Centers and Community Centers on the Eastside.

Dec 2018

Education and Outreach 2017-2018 Field Trip Series Evaluation Report 

This evaluation report reviews the field trip series, with a total of 16 trips, facilitated by the King County Mobility Coalition's Education and Outreach Committee in 2017 and 2018.

Dec 2018

Education and Outreach Field Trip: Community Van Program Notes 

This is a report produced by the Education and Outreach Committee of the King County Mobility Coalition with details on King County Metro's Community Van program after a field trip interacted with the service in 2018.

Dec 2018

RARET: HCA Brokerage Emergency Preparedness Workshop 

Workshop with the objective to; introduce the Regional Alliance for Resilient and Equitable Transportation (RARET), explore the potential role of a transportation provider in an emergency, understand the basics of Business Continuity Planning, identify how emergency managers can support transportation providers

Nov 2018

Education and Outreach Field Trip: Wallingford Senior Center's Van Program Notes 

This is a report produced by the Education and Outreach Committee of the King County Mobility Coalition with details on the Wallingford Senior Center's Van program after a field trip interacted with the service in 2018.

Nov 2018

South Sound Link Extension Presentation Slides 

Sound Transit presented to the South King County Mobility Coalition during their November 2018 meeting on the Sound Sound Link Extensions.

Nov 2018

RARET: Hopelink Brokerage Staff Preparedness Training  

Provide emergency preparedness training to Hopelink Transportation staff, to reinforce their role (as service-critical staff) in an emergency and equip them to come to work in an emergency to support the regional transportation system

Oct 2018

Education and Outreach Field Trip: Muckleshoot Tribal Transportation Notes 

This is a report produced by the Education and Outreach Committee of the King County Mobility Coalition with details on the various Muckleshoot Department of Transportation programs after a field trip interacted with the service in 2018.

Oct 2018

RARET - King County Emergency Communication 

Emergency alert system. How to communicate with the public in a way everyone comprehends.

Sep 2018

Transportation Challenges for Sight Connection Clients Presentation 

This presentation was shared with the Access to Healthcare Committee on August 1, 2018. Sight Connection for the blind and partially sighted shared about their work, their clients, and the way they navigate mobility.

Aug 2018
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