A Long Range Transit Plan for Whatcom Transportation Authority

Whatcom Transportation Authority’s (WTA’s) long range transit plan, “WTA 2040,” will create policies and strategies to guide the next 20 years. The timing may not seem ideal, as transit is facing major challenges due to COVID-19. Despite these challenges, planning for the future of public transportation remains as important as ever.

Working with riders, residents, businesses, and more, WTA 2040 will guide WTA’s decision-making on services, equipment, and infrastructure investments – helping to optimize transit provision for the long haul. This website provides information on the planning process, upcoming events, ways to get involved and provide input, and background documents. Help WTA create an outstanding transit plan for Whatcom County!

Project Timeline

The WTA Long Range Plan process will engage riders, residents, businesses, groups, and agency stakeholders to review policy and operational needs for WTA’s future, including use patterns and improvements. Here’s a quick summary of the WTA Long Range Plan timeline:

Contact the Project Team

Developing WTA’s Long Range Transit Plan requires lots of input, especially from active riders and residents of the county. Aside from meetings and public events, feel free to share your questions, thoughts, and ideas by calling or emailing the WTA representative listed below.

Tim Wilder

Planning Director and Project Manager

Whatcom Transportation Authority

wta2040@ridewta.com

360.788.9330

 

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