The next Unmet Transit Needs Cycle is around the corner!
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2017/18 Transit Needs Assessment
The 2017/18 Unmet Transit Needs Cycle was a success! We received dozens of comments for improving transit in the Shasta Region, and presented the findings to the SRTA Board of Directors in February. The Assessment can be found here with findings and recommendations.
Unmet Transit Needs
The Shasta Regional Transportation Agency annually determines the amount of public transportation funds available for allocation within the cities of Anderson, Redding and Shasta Lake, and the County of Shasta.
Prior to disbursing these Transportation Development Act funds, SRTA must identify any unmet public transit needs that may exist in Shasta County.
The Transit Needs Assessment is developed to document transit needs and findings and describe the process by which SRTA performed the assessment.
What is an "Unmet Transit Need"?
Distinguishing between an unmet transit need and other transit issues can sometimes be confusing. The table below presents a variety of concerns frequently raised during the unmet transit needs process. The examples, for which SRTA is responsible, represent unmet transit needs. For a formal definition of "unmet transit needs" and when they are "reasonable to meet," please read SRTA's board of directors resolution 16-14.
To immediately leave an Unmet Transit Need
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What happens to suggestions I make during an Unmet Transit Needs Cycle?
Comments are accepted year round. Transit service suggestions considered for funding in the upcoming fiscal year are accepted from the close of last year’s public input opportunity through the close of the public input opportunity for the upcoming fiscal year. A transit suggestion may be funded for the upcoming fiscal year if the answer to all of the following questions is yes.