Community Transit is asking Snohomish County residents, transit riders, and anyone who travels in the county to comment on “Journey 2050”, the agency’s draft long range plan released this week. The plan reflects community priorities as well as changes in regional transportation options and outlines a service vision in response to major growth expected in the county. The final plan will guide Community Transit’s investments in services and infrastructure for decades, setting the course for how people will use transit in their daily lives, whether it’s to travel to appointments, work, school, shopping, airport trips, or events throughout the region.
Journey 2050 builds on the agency’s vision for expanding transit service and incorporates several fundamental changes:
Members of the public can comment on the plan, which can be found here, in a variety of ways through Nov. 2:
In 2022, community members and organizations gave input on their priorities for the future of transit through a survey and interviews. This input helped shape the draft Journey 2050 plan. The Community Transit Board of Directors will consider the draft plan at the Dec. 7 board meeting.