North King County Mobility Coalition helps people to move freely around north King county

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

The North King County Mobility Coalition (NKCMC) was formed in fall of 2010. Members include transportation service providers, human service agencies, and residents and city agencies of Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Bothell, and Woodinville.

Their vision is a world-class transportation network that allows all people to move freely around North King County, focusing on populations that include older adults, youth, veterans, low-income individuals and families, and people with disabilities.

They have three specific goals:
  1. Facilitate mobility improvement projects for special needs populations in North King County
  2. Improve education and awareness of transportation resources
  3. Coordinate with members and service providers to identify transportation challenges
The Coalition brings together individuals and organizations with a common interest in human service transportation to increase awareness of and expand services for North King County residents. They identify transportation service gaps and untapped opportunities in our community. Based on that knowledge, they work to leverage existing resources and catalyze local projects to improve mobility in North King County.

The Coalition meets every other month from10:30am - 12:00pm on the fourth Thursday of the month starting in February. Additional meetings are scheduled as needed.

We are always looking for new partners and members who share our passion for making North King County a better place. You are welcome to attend one of our meetings or contact us to learn how to get involved.

For more information, contact Rachel Edlund, Mobility Coordinator.


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