Telephone Town Hall November 12, 6PM
Don't miss out! Join us via phone on Thursday, November 12, 6PM, as we discuss the future of West County transportation.
West Contra Costa County residents have long been asking for more transit options and enhancements to existing services. Now, the West County High-Capacity Transit Study is evaluating new public transportation options and funding opportunities to expand alternatives to driving on congested corridors.
High-capacity transit provides substantially higher passenger capacity than local transit. It is the type of transit that people often use for their daily commute to work. The West Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority will hold a joint Telephone Town Hall Call-In Event to talk about the West County High-Capacity Transit Study and other transportation improvements in West County:
West County Telephone Town Hall Call-In Event
Thursday, November 12, 2015
6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Call-in toll-free to 1-877-229-8493
Enter access code 112664 when prompted
You can join us for this live meeting from the comfort of your home, or during your evening commute, by calling-in toll-free to 1-877-229-8493 and entering access code 112664 when prompted. During the Telephone Town Hall Call-In Event, you’ll learn more about the Study and concurrent planning efforts. Experts will be on hand to answer questions about West County transportation. You’ll also be asked to respond to a few quick polling questions during the call.
This Telephone Town Hall Call-In Event will provide an overview of the Study, but it won’t be the only opportunity to provide input. The first round of public meetings will be held in February 2016, with a second round anticipated in Spring 2016.
To stay informed, visit www.WestCountyTransitStudy.com. Meeting details will be posted there, along with online surveys, technical memos and more. Leave a comment or sign up to receive future notifications.
If you would like to see improved transit for you and your community, please make sure your voice is heard! Call in on November 12!
WCCTAC is proud to be a lead partner in the West County High-Capacity Transit Study. The study will evaluate public transportation options and identify funding opportunities to expand transit service and access for the more than 250,000 residents of west Contra Costa County. The Study’s final proposal will identify one or more projects to improve the quality and effectiveness of transit in West County, expand alternatives to driving on congested streets and highways, and improve regional air quality.
In addition to taking a fresh look at the origins and destinations of people who live or work in West County, the Study will also examine how to encourage transit use and improve service to underserved communities.
The Study is sponsored by the West Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee (WCCTAC), the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA), the Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). Other key partners include the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit), the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA/Amtrak), the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), and the Western Contra Costa Transit Authority (WestCAT).