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Six-Year Transit Development Plan

Each year, Community Transit updates its six-year Transit Development Plan (TDP). It forecasts the agency's financial picture six years out and outlines services the agency can provide.

Public Comment UnderwayCover image of Community Transit's 2021-2026 Proposed Transit Development Plan. Click to download a PDF.

Community Transit's 2021-2026 Proposed Transit Development Plan (TDP) is available for public comment July 1 - August 5.

People can offer their comments before the Board of Directors at a public hearing at 3 p.m., Thursday, August 5.

Visit www.communitytransit.org/meetings for details on how to participate in this virtual meeting. For more information or to inquire about special needs arrangements, call (425) 353-7433.

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2020-2025 Transit Development Plan

Community Transit's 2020-2025 Transit Development Plan (TDP) was adopted by the Board of Directors on Thursday, November 5, Image of Transit Development Plan cover2020. 

Download a PDF of the adopted TDP

 

About the Transit Development Plan (TDP)

The Transit Development Plan (TDP) is required by Washington State, Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 35.58.2795. The plan is updated annually and submitted to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). 

Our plan:

  • summarizes accomplishments from the past calendar year
  • documents agency goals and strategies for the current and following five years
  • identifies needed resources
  • provides a financial forecast

 

The 2020 TDP provides a summary of activities and accomplishments for 2019 and outlines goals and strategies for 2020-2025.The Washington State Transportation Plan provides six goals to guide and prioritize the activities of public agencies in developing and maintaining the transportation system. Community Transit’s priorities, strategies, and the projects and service increases in this plan align with and implement the state’s transportation goals.