Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan
MTC has adopted a plan to better meet the transportation needs of older adults, people with disabilities and populations with low incomes, so that all Bay Area residents can get to where they need to go.
When everyone has access to transportation, the Bay Area is a better place to live and work.
The Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (Coordinated Plan) coordinates transit agencies and other transportation providers to better meet the needs of:
- Older adults
- People with disabilities
- Residents with low incomes
Updated every four years, the Coordinated Plan is the region’s blueprint for planning, funding and coordinating strategies that serve these communities.
The Coordinated Plan is a federal requirement under the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act.
Coordinated Plan Document
- Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan Update (2018)
- The next update to the Coordinated Plan is expected in winter 2023-2024
Goals of the Coordinated Plan
- Identify transportation gaps faced by transportation-disadvantaged populations
- Establish priorities for funding decisions
- Focus on a broad range of mobility strategies to improve coordination among public transit agencies and human services transportation providers
Elements of the Plan
The Coordinated Plan includes:
- Bay Area demographics
- Regional transportation resources
- Summary of transportation gaps
- Recommended strategies for improved transportation
Drennen Shelton, Regional Network Management
Phone: (415) 778-5309
The Coordinated Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan Update was developed with assistance from a technical advisory committee that includes representatives from:
- Bay Area transit agencies
- Nonprofit transportation providers
- City and community-based transportation services
- County-based mobility managers