Our Work

Our representatives—including riders, partners, executive committee members, and the mobility manager— foster opportunities to work in partnership and build a collaborating network within Snohomish County and throughout our region.

The coalition is built on the incremental and sustained support of partnerships, working together to find, fund, and maintain innovative transportation solutions. Through relationships with our coalition partners, we identify and resolve transportation needs while addressing the gaps and issues surrounding equity, safety and accessibility in our transportation systems.

The newest member of our Snohomish County family of Coalitions is the North Counties Transportation Coalition. It is a group of stakeholders that are working to close transportation gaps in the rural to urban crossroads of Island, Skagit and Snohomish Counties. Its inaugural meeting was held October 12, 2017 in Arlington. 

SNOTRAC and Partner Community Transit completed work on the Snohomish County Accessible Transit Map in October, 2018. You may view the map below. This project was funded in part by a grant from the Federal Transit Authority.

SNOTRAC Community Transportation Survey

SNOTRAC will be launching a survey to discover the transportation gaps and needs in the sub-urban and rural areas of Snohomish County including the needs of vulnerable populations, in November 2018. The goal of the survey is to add data to existing sources  and anecdotal evidence of service gaps, particularly in the eastern part of Snohomish County. Working with our partners and other community groups, we hope to solicit responses online, through interviews, and by attending community events. The data will be used to establish focus areas for establishing better connections between outlying cities and rural areas of the County and the major transit/transportation routes along the I-5 corridor. Previous studies have emphasized broad-based community services data; we will focus this assessment specifically on transportation accessibility and resources, and looking at trends coming into and going out of the larger urban area from rural and suburban areas.

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