Skagit Transit hears input on long-range plan

 
A man points to a map as a woman watches

Bill Reynolds

Rogelio Conejo of Skagit Transit points out the agency's 19 fixed bus routes to La Conner Mayor Marna Hanneman during a public open house here on March 27.

The public is getting a chance to tell Skagit Transit where to go – in a polite way, of course.

The area's public transportation system, which last year celebrated its 30th anniversary, is hosting a series of open houses through April 10 designed to gather input for SKAT's long-range service plans.

Skagit Transit Marketing and Public Affairs Liaison Cheryl Willis said a key component of the current open house series is to determine if there is demand for a micro-transit option on Fidalgo Island and the area north of Highway 20 and west of Interstate 5. The micro-transit model would provide a d...



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