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What is the Transit Development Plan (TDP)?

The TDP forecasts Community Transit’s finances and outlines the services we plan to provide. The TDP:

  • Summarizes accomplishments from the past calendar year
  • Documents agency goals and strategies for the current and following five years
  • Identifies needed resources to accomplish those goals
  • Provides a financial forecast

The TDP is required by Washington State, Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 35.58.2795. Community Transit updates the plan annually and submits to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT).

Draft 2024-2029 Transit Development Plan

Community Transit riders will have access to more transit than ever before over the next six years. Riders will be able to connect to light rail, try out Zip rideshare service in new areas, travel swiftly across the county on the expanding Swift network, and ride one of Community Transit’s first zero emissions buses.

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You are invited to learn about Community Transit’s 2024-2029 Transit Development Plan (TDP) and give input by July 10.

Each year, Community Transit updates the six-year TDP. The Draft 2024-2029 Transit Development Plan is focused on delivering excellent service and building the future with expanded transit options, including:

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2023–2028 Transit Development Plan

The Board of Directors adopted Community Transit's 2023-2028 Transit Development Plan (TDP) on September 7, 2023.

The 2023 TDP summarizes activities and accomplishments from 2022, outlines goals and strategies for 2023-2028, provides a financial forecast for these years, and identifies resources needed.