THE COALITION

The work of the Snohomish County Transportation Coalition is to coordinate existing transportation services and information, expand transportation options, bring assets to the region, and advocate on transportation issues for people with transportation challenges.

GRANT SPONSORS

Community Transit

Community Transit provides safe, reliable and friendly fixed-route transit throughout Snohomish County, including bus rapid transit and paratransit services known as DART. 

Everett Transit

Everett Transit operates local fixed route and paratransit services seven days a week, including most holidays, within the City of Everett. We offer a Customer Service Center at Everett Station, where we connect customers to a variety of regional transportation options.

Homage

Promoting independence, preserving dignity, and enhancing the quality of life for older adults and people with disabilities in Snohomish County.

Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians

The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians is a federally recognized tribe of Stillaguamish people. They are a tribe of Southern Coast Salish indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest headquartered in Arlington, Washington.

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PARTNERS

American Cancer Society

Breakthrough research. Free lodging near treatment. A 24/7/365 live helpline. Rides to treatment. This is far from a complete list, but it makes one thing clear. When it comes to cancer, we are the only organization attacking from every angle. 

Arc of Snohomish County

We are a part of the largest national community-based organization advocating for and serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. We encompass all ages and all spectrums from autism, Down syndrome, Fragile X and various other developmental disabilities.

Catholic Community Services

Our mission is to serve men, women and children who come to us for assistance, with compassion and understanding while supporting and promoting self-sufficiency. We believe every child should grow up in a safe, loving, nurturing environment, in joining with others to change systems which oppress, discriminate or otherwise cause human suffering, and to work towards affirming and supporting a healthy family life. Transportation services include Disabled Veterans Transportation and Volunteer Transportation for Seniors.

Cocoon House

Cocoon House is a non-profit that conducts outreach to and provides short and long-term housing for homeless and at-risk young people, including their children. Parents of teens can also find support for themselves and their families at Cocoon House so that young people do not become homeless.

Community Transit Association Northwest (CTANW)

We envision safe, affordable, high quality, competent, accessible, multi-modal transportation options available to all people, regardless of age, income or ability, throughout 100% of the Northwest region.

Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Snohomish County

We are dedicated to a single purpose: empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. 

Hopelink

Since 1971, Hopelink has served homeless and low-income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in north and east King County; providing stability and helping people gain the skills and knowledge they need to exit poverty for good. 

Lynnwoord Senior Center

The Lynnwood Senior Center is a community center serving all people 62 years of age and older with a variety of services, activities, and special events. 

Mercy Transportation

Mercy Transportation provides supported mobility transportation throughout all of western Washington. We have proudly been transporting those with supported mobility needs in a safe and timely manner since 1998.

Monroe Community Senior Center

The Mission of the Monroe Community Senior Center is to promote the physical, emotional, and economic well-being of older adults and to promote their participation in all aspects of community life.

Northshore Senior Center

We envision a community where everyone leads full, healthy, and inspired lives. Founded in 1972, the Senior Center has grown from a small band of 50 older adults to a lively community of over 7,400 in 2008. 

Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC)

The region comes together at PSRC to make decisions about transportation, growth management and economic development. PSRC is a regional planning agency with specific responsibilities under federal and state law for transportation planning, economic development and growth management. 

Sauk-Suiattle Tribe

The Sauk-Suiattle Indian people lived under the gaze of Whitehorse Mountain for many generations. We lived as hunters, gathers and fishermen in the region of Sauk Prairie near the present-day town of Darrington, Washington. 

Skagit Transit

To enhance the quality of life in Skagit County and beyond by excelling in the efficient and effective provision of safe, accessible, reliable and attractive public transportation services by courteous and professional employees.

Snohomish County Human Services

The mission of Human Services is to help all persons meet their basic needs and develop their potential by providing timely, effective human services and building community. We offer may support programs and services.

Snohomish County Cities

Snohomish County Cities (SCC) was founded in 1998 as a nonprofit organization comprised of mayors and councilmembers from cities within the county. SCC advocates for our communities; partners to create a vibrant, thriving county; and engages local leaders to meet shared challenges.

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) is a project of Mt. Si Senior Center. SVT began its services in 2003 with help from Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, King County Metro Transit and WSDOT.  We provide door-to-door and fixed route service in the Snoqualmie Valley. By using our services, people can get to medical care, the grocery store, jobs, and their favorite activities and entertainment.

Sound Transit

Sound Transit plans, builds and operates express bus, light rail and commuter train services. We serve the urban areas of King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.

Stanwood Senior Center

Stanwood Community & Senior Center is here for you!  We offer many programs and activities for everyone. Established in 1972, the center has become a vital resource for seniors, and a great place to meet socially.

Tulalip Tribes

We are the Tulalip (pronounced Tuh’-lay-lup) Tribes, successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Skykomish, and other allied tribes and bands signatory to the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott. 

Volunteers of America Western Washington

Our Mission is to serve people and communities in need and create opportunities for people to experience the joy of serving others.

Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT)

The Washington State Department of Transportation is the steward of a multimodal transportation system and responsible for ensuring that people and goods move safely and efficiently. 

Whatcom Council of Governments

The Whatcom Council of Governments (WCOG) provides a variety of services and administers programs that contribute to the outstanding quality of life which the more than 212,000 residents of Whatcom County have come to expect.  

Workforce Snohomish County

Workforce Snohomish invests government and private funding to continuously increase the global competitiveness and prosperity of our businesses and workforce, to fill current and emerging jobs, and to provide full employment.

YWCA

YWCA is on a mission to eliminate racism and empower women.

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BECOME A PARTNER

SNOTRAC’S Strategic Goals (2015) establish County-wide issues that can be addressed through our Coalition.  

  • Community Aware and Active - The community recognizes coordinated, multi-modal transportation is important and is willing to pay for it.

  • Transportation Gaps Eliminated - Transportation service gaps are eliminated and duplications reduced.

  • Rider Awareness and Ease of Use - Everyone is aware of and has easy access to transportation services.

  • Barriers to Funding Eliminated - Barriers to pooling funds and grouping trips are eliminated.

 

Joining us is easy – simply come to our meetings, the 4th Monday of every month (10 AM to 12 PM) and join the conversation. Currently there are no dues, but we ask that members be consistent and willing to work together to build solutions to achieve our Coalition Strategic Goals. 

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Community Transit Double Tall bus
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Everett Para Transit van
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Community Transit Double Tall bus
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train at Everett Station
ABOUT US

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>>

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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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