- Date: 05/14/2020
A plan to provide public transportation for people living in rural parts of the Tri-country area could roll out later…
The Lewis County Planning Department, led by Casandra Buell, is getting creative about how to fill gaps left by conventional bus routes in a rural context, while helping local businesses find people for hard-to-fill shifts.
"Quarterly, before COVID, we met with the Lewis County Transportation Task Force that is made up of multiple human service agencies and transportation services ... and we put our heads together to figure out where the gaps are," Mrs. Buell said. "One of the services that came up is looking into van pool services."
A survey of residents and businesses verified the need for public transportation focused on shift workers in the county, so the planning team got to work.
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