Steering Committee member Susanne Whited also serves on the Passenger Advisory Committee (PAC) who advocates for ADA bus riders in the community.
Speakers Bureau and Study Update Presentations
Peer Workshop Committee Meeting Video (click links below to view)
- Send an email to info@FutureOfRegionalTransit.com requesting be added to the study email distribution list. In response, you will receive periodic electronic newsletters with information about upcoming meetings, meeting summaries, study status reports and other pertinent study information.
- Voice your opinion by submitting a comment or question by email to: info@FutureOfRegionalTransit.com
- Attend the Steering Committee meetings which take place the first Friday of each month. Check the website frequently for meeting times and locations. All meetings are open to the public and include a period for public input, questions and comments.
Other public outreach activities:
1. Community Interviews
During the months of June and July 2010, the study team conducted nearly 30 interviews with representatives from a cross section of the community, business organizations, elected officials, neighborhood organizations, human services providers, planning organizations, school districts, environmental groups, and others.
Feedback from the following questions provided invaluable input to the study:
· How much service do you think the
· In general, would you suggest changes in the structure for providing or funding transit in the
· Should the region use sales tax, property tax, payroll tax, or another means to pay for transit?
· How independent should governance of transit be?
Click here to read the report from the community interviews:
The Future Of Regional Transit study was represented during Mountain Metropolitan Transit's 2035 Long Rang Plan Update Public Meeting
Tuesday, November 16
4 to 7 p.m.
The Future Of Regional Transit study was represented with a booth at the
Advancing Sustainable Communities
November 18 & 19, 2010
Antlers Hilton Hotel,