Unmet Transit Needs

In its role as the Transportation Development Act fund administrator, the Transportation Agency solicits public input to identify unmet transit needs. An unmet transit need is a public transportation need that the public transportation system is not currently meeting and would be expected to generate sufficient ridership to meet the required 15% farebox recovery ratio, as required by the Transportation Development Act.

See more information about the unmet transit needs process here:

Changes to the Unmet Transit Needs Process
About the Unmet Transit Needs Process
Unmet Transit Needs List

Public hearings to collect comments on unmet transit needs are held at a meeting of the Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors and at a meeting of Monterey-Salinas Transit’s Mobility Advisory Committee. The 2020 public hearings were held on:

You can also submit your comments on transit needs here:

Your Name (required)

Your Email

Is this a request for new transit service? (required)
YesNoNot Sure

Is this a request to improve an existing transit route? (required)
YesNoNot Sure

Where is the transit service needed? (required)

What type of transit service is needed in your community? (required)

How often is this transit service needed? (required)

If you have any questions about the unmet transit needs process, contact Stefania Castillo at (831) 775-4412 or via email: stefania@tamcmonterey.org