Low Income Fare Implementation Task Force
When the King County Council approved a fare change ordinance in March 2014, it also established a task force to review and evaluate the effectiveness of Metro’s plan to implement the new fare for adults with low incomes. (View/download the ordinance amendment package.)
The task force was charged with evaluating:
- How effective Metro’s implementation plan is at promoting awareness of the low-income fare program to stakeholder communities in King County.
- The process for establishing eligibility to participate in the program, including a review of potential locations where people may seek eligibility.
The task force is submitted its report to the County Council on Aug. 15, 2014.
|Mahnaz Kourourian Eshetu
||Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA)
||Transit Riders Union
||King County Transit Advisory Commission
||Women’s Advisory Board
||Downtown Seattle Association
||SEAMAR Community Health Centers
||Catholic Community Services
||Eastside Human Services Forum
||South King Council of Human Services
||North Urban Human Service Alliance
||Seattle King County Coalition on Homelessness
|Mary Kay Lewis
||Veterans Citizen Levy Oversight Board