Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Looking For Input On Our Human Services Plan

Get out your red pen because we're looking for public input on the 2012 Update to the Spokane County Coordinated Public Transit - Human Services Transportation Plan (HSTP).

Federal law requires a coordinated public transit human services transportation plan for all human service transportation programs. The purpose of the HSTP is to improve transportation services for persons with disabilities, older adults and individuals with lower incomes in Spokane County. The HSTP includes an inventory of local services that provide transportation in Spokane County, an assessment of transportation issues and “gaps” in the system and implementation strategies for addressing those gaps.

We're looking to you to let us know if we've identified all the barriers out there, presented a complete inventory of local transportation services and come up with all feasible solutions. So please review the document here and let us know what you think by emailing contact.srtc@srtc.org.

The deadline to comment is 4p.m. on November 23, 2012.

3 comments:

Milliscent Morgan said...

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Anonymous said...

Whoa, quite a large document on human services software. I'll give it a look later this week and see if I can come up with some ideas. Thanks for posting.
-Jon

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About SRTC

SRTC is the federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for Spokane County. Urbanized areas with populations exceeding 50,000 people are required to have an MPO. SRTC was formed to address the county's transportation planning needs. It provides coordination in planning between the public, cities, small towns, the county, the state, transit providers, and tribes.

SRTC offers services including transportation monitoring, transportation modeling, census information analysis, travel demand forecasting, historical traffic count analysis, geographic information systems, and trip generation rates.