Principal A.T. Stoddard of LSC Transportation Consultants updates the Transportation Board Thursday evening in Council Chambers on the progress of the Comprehensive Transit Study. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Principal A.T. Stoddard of LSC Transportation Consultants. As part of the public involvement phase of the study, members of the public were given a comment card to fill out Thursday evening in Council Chambers. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Principal A.T. Stoddard of LSC Transportation Consultants, Inc of Colorado Springs attended Thursday evening’s Transportation Board meeting in Council Chambers to update the board on the progress of the Comprehensive Transit Study. Atomic City Transit (ACT) contracted with LSC to prepare the Comprehensive Transit Study and Five-Year Transit Service Plan in Los Alamos County.
Stoddard told Transportation Board members Thursday that things are moving along on schedule. The project administration and coordination phase of the project slated for March has been completed, April’s analysis of existing ACT services and a passenger survey are done and Thursday’s public meeting marked May’s public involvement phase.
Los Alamos County is taking a proactive effort to respond to challenges of providing public transit service in an environment of dramatically increasing demand for services. This study is providing an evaluation of existing transit service and looking at underserved and unserved markets and will establish appropriate types of service based on demand for the next five years.
Read Technical Memorandum #1 of the Comprehensive Transit Study and Five-Year Transit Service Plan here.
Transportation Board members from left, Vice Chair Elise Uphoff, member Bethany King and Chair Randall Ryti at Thursday’s meeting. Board member Khalil Spencer was absent. Photo By Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Chief Ranger Tom Betts during public comment Thursday, commended County staff including Philo Shelton for their cooperative efforts and professionalism in working with Banderlier. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Skip Dunn offered suggestions during public comment. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Wendy Swanson of LA Walks addressed the board during public comment. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com