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Unmet Transit Needs

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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 ProcessAbout the Unmet Transit Needs ProcessUnmet 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:

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