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Notice of availability and public comment for amendment to 2022 coordinated public transit-human services transportion plan

 

December 29, 2022



The Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Council of Governments (CWCOG), as lead agency for the Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Planning Organization (SWRTPO), invites the public to comment on a proposed amendment to the 2022 Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (CPT-HSTP) to make minor corrections and add 2023-2025 biennium Consolidated Grant project rankings.

The primary purpose of the CPT-HSTP is to identify public transportation needs and develop strategies for improving transportation services for people with disabilities, seniors, young people, low-income individuals, and others dependent on accessible transportation services to get them to where they need to go. The CPT-HSTP will include a list of regionally ranked projects for the 2023-2025 biennium as a result of this proposed amendment. The CPT-HSTP covers public transportation services in Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Lewis, Pacific, and Wahkiakum Counties. The SWRTPO Board is scheduled to consider this proposed amendment on January 18.

The CWCOG is a multi-purpose association of governments that administers a diverse array of federal, state and local programs.

The 2022 CPT-HSTP amended document with proposed changes will be available online at http://www.cwcog.org or by request at: CWCOG at Cowlitz County Administration Annex Bldg./ 207 4th Avenue N., Kelso, WA 98626 (360) 577-3041, beginning December 21, 2022. Questions may be directed to Robert Stevens at CWCOG by regular mail to PO Box 128, Kelso WA 98626, via email to rstevens@cwcog.org, or by FAX at (360) 214-3425. Comments must be received by January 6.

If in need of special accommodations to participate in this process, call 360-577-3041 by 5:00 p.m. January 3. Ask for the ADA Coordinator. For TDD users, access the state's toll-free relay service, (800) 833-6388, and ask the operator to dial 360-956-7575.

 

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