The Snohomish County Transportation Coalition (SNOTRAC) advocates for transportation service and solutions to better connect people and community in and beyond Snohomish County.


Advocating for improvement in transportation service and solutions through community input, coordination of resources and strategic partnerships.


Connecting people and Communities in Snohomish County and beyond with safe, equitable and accessible transportation.

2015-2020 Strategic Plan

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2009-2014 Strategic Plan

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Locations for meetings vary, please refer to the SNOTRAC Calendar.

Executive Committee

Meets on the 3rd Friday of February, April, June, August, October, and December

12:30 - 2 p.m.

Partners Group

Meets the 3rd Friday of January, March, May, July, September, and November.

12:30 - 2 p.m.


Tom Hingson, SNOTRAC Chair

Director - Everett Transit; City of Everett

Tom Hingson started his career in public transportation over 30 years ago, as a part-time bus driver. Along the journey he has had the privilege to learn and practice customer service, service development, driver scheduling, planning, operations, project development and executive leadership.  Tom has been with the City of Everett for 19 years, the last 12 as the Director of Transportation Services, which includes Everett Transit and the city’s Motor Vehicle Division. Tom serves on board of the Washington State Transit Insurance Pool and is a past-president of the pool. He is the immediate past president of the Washington State Transit Assoc. and serves on several regional, transportation-related committees. Tom is a bike rider, bus rider and walker, but like most of us, drives to work alone most of the time.

Roland Behee

Director of Planning & Development, Community Transit

Justin Bergener

Medstar Transportation

Mary Jane Brell Vujovic

Director of Human Services, Snohomish County Human Services

Mary Jane Brell Vujović is a member of Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers’ cabinet and the Director of the County’s Human Services Department.  She has been actively involved in human services in communities throughout Washington State since 1973 and has developed a wide range of community services, economic development, education, housing, transportation, and workforce development programs.  

Susan Carter


Tom Dietz

Director of Transportation, Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians

Adrienne Fraley-Monillas

City Council Member, Edmonds City Council

Victor Harris

Community Member & System User

Stephen McGraw

Director of Transportation, Homage Senior Services

Stefanie Novacek

Snohomish County Area Agency on Aging

Julie Vess

Stanwood Community and Senior Center

Stephanie Wright

Snohomish County Council Member, District 3

Stephanie Wright has served on the Snohomish County Council since 2010. She is dedicated to strengthening the community through economic development and improved public safety, and to working towards a shared vision for development, transportation, and preservation throughout the region.


In addition to serving as current Vice Chair of the council, Wright is Chair of the Snohomish County Law and Justice/Human Services Committee, Chair of the Community Transit Board, Vice Chair of the Snohomish County Health District, and is Past President and Executive Board Member of the WA State Association of Counties. Wright also serves on the Puget Sound Regional Council and the National Association of Counties Justice and Public Safety Committee.

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Brock Howell

Before joining SNOTRAC as the Mobility Manager, Brock spent more than 12 years working on transportation and land use policy for public agencies and nonprofit organizations.  His work has included the ST3 ballot measure, state transportation funding packages, roadway rechannelizations to improve traffic safety, affordable housing policy, rezones to encourage increased jobs and housing, farmland protection, bicycle parking improvements, and marine reserve protection.  Brock's passion is to create great communities through better land use and transportation policy and services.

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The State Legislature created the Agency Council on Coordinated Transportation (ACCT) in response to a statewide mandate in the 1998 legislative session. Its goal was to create a structure providing communication across organizational boundaries and to facilitate coordinated special needs transportation systems through collaborative state and community processes. The Snohomish County Department of Human Services received the first grant from the ACCT to provide funding for improving coordinated transportation throughout Snohomish County. The committee consisted of 4-6 members.


The acronym SNOTRAC (Snohomish County Transportation Coalition) was adopted in 1999. In 2001, a consultant was hired to find ways to spend accumulated grant funds (over $35K) and to facilitate ongoing planning for the fledgling coalition. The first organizational plan (2003-5) identified needs for a website and referral line, hiring of a mobility manager and several other small projects. The committee grew to over 20 members.


In 2005, grant monies were allocated to launch the Information and Referral Line (prototype of the 211 Network) staffed by Volunteers of America. In addition, VOA hired the first mobility manager and was able to grow the 211 network.


By 2009, three new projects were launched and a new fiscal manager, Homage Sr. Services (nee-Sr. Services of Snohomish County), managed grant funds. Pay Your Pal, a volunteer driver program allowing reimbursement for mileage travelled was created to fill the gap when para transit was unavailable; Ride Around the Sound, providing a travel-training program providing trip planning and monthly excursions for seniors and others via transit. Its goal was to familiarize riders with the major transit providers and encouraging greater mobility and accessibility. In addition, the Transportation Assistance (TAP) program began. Using additional federal funding, the program purchased accessible buses that provide door-to-door service outside of the ¾-mile para transit boundary, filling the gap for those needing non-emergency medical transportation.


Today, SNOTRAC includes four grant sponsors (Everett Transit, Community Transit, The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians, and Homage Senior Services) who support the Coalition with the 20% matching funds required by the Federal Transit Administration for Section 5310 grant funds.


It also encompasses a growing group of over 25 partner agencies and organizations who serve vulnerable populations as well as underserved areas in Snohomish County and including business, education and elected officials.


Many of our partner organizations have managed the Fiscal Agency for SNOTRAC:


  • 1999:  Snohomish County Public Works

  • 1999-2005:  Snohomish County Human Services

  • 2005:  Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians

  • 2005-2009:  Volunteers of America

  • 2009-2017:  Homage Senior Services

  • 2017-2019:  Everett Transit

  • 2019-Present:  Workforce Snohomish

3201 Smith Ave

Everett, WA 98201


The Snohomish County Transportation Coalition (Snotrac) advocates for transportation service and solutions to better connect people and community in and beyond Snohomish County. Learn more>>


The Snohomish County Transportation Coalition assures that no person shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, as provided by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or services receiving Federal financial assistance.
The Snohomish County Transportation Coalition will comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which prohibits discrimination in the provision of programs, services or activities to individuals with disabilities. If you are in need of reasonable accommodation in order to access Snotrac programs or services please contact info@gosnotrac.org.

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