Road Trip Update - Heading Home

We learned so much from your input during the first leg of Intercity Road Trip. More than 3,500 individuals shared their future public transit goals and aspirations with us. All together, we collected more than 10,000 unique responses. You talked with us at community events and open houses, submitted ideas at drop boxes throughout Thurston County, participated in intercept surveys on buses and at bus stations, and provided your ideas online. We are grateful for your participation and insights.

Since we completed the first leg of our journey, we’ve sorted through your input, which gave us a lot to think about. Before we head home, we wanted to make sure we’ve got the messages right. To help ensure that we heard you correctly, we invited you to take a brief survey about your transit preferences and priorities for the future. You can also engage with us at community events or directly. To learn how, check out the Get Involved page.

Our goal is to confirm what you want the future of public transit in and around Thurston County to look like, so that we can begin planning to make your vision a reality.

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