Unable to attend one of our hearings? Take our brief online survey to share your thoughts on how transit is working for you and what can be done to improve services. The survey form is also available in print to download and return by mail.
All survey comments received will be recorded and used during the next transit needs assessment.
The “Reasonable To Meet” standard is based on several criteria that analyze how
accommodating that transit need will affect the rest of the transit system that it relates to. If it passes the criteria then it is found reasonable to meet and changes will be made to accommodate the need.
The process is done annually and entails a comprehensive public outreach program and a series of workshops throughout the county to obtain comments on unmet transit needs that may be reasonable to meet. Once the comments are received, the Social Services Transportation Advisory Committee analyzes them to determine if there are any transit needs that meet the adopted definitions of "reasonable to meet" and "unmet transit need" and makes a recommendation of findings to the SJCOG Board. If the Board determines there are unmet transit needs that are reasonable to meet, the affected jurisdiction must satisfy the needs before any TDA funds are expended for non-transit purposes.
SJCOG, in partnership with local and regional transit providers, is currently holding public workshops and hearings to collect public comments on Unmet Transit Needs. All comments will be considered as part of the 2018-19 UTN assessment.
To make your voice heard, attend one of the public hearings or open houses below. If you are unable to attend, you can always complete the UTN survey online or by mail-in – see “Take the Survey!” tab on this page.
|City of Tracy||Public Hearing||Tracy Transit Station
50 E. Sixth St, Tracy
|City of Tracy||Public Hearing||City Council Chambers,
333 Civic Center, Tracy
|Open House||ACE Cabral Station,
949 E. Channel St, Stockton
|Open House||Lodi Transit Station, 24 S.
Sacramento St, Lodi
|City of Lodi||Public Hearing||Lodi Carnegie Forum, 305
W. Center Street, Lodi
|Open House||230 S. Sterling Dr, Ste 100
|City of Manteca||Public Hearing||City Council Chambers, 1001
W. Center St, Manteca
|Open House||Manteca Transit Center
220 Moffat Blvd., Manteca
|City of Ripon||Public Hearing||City Council Chambers
259 N. Wilma Ave, Ripon
|City of Escalon||Public Hearing||City Council Chambers
2060 McHenry Ave., Escalon
|City of Lathrop||Public Hearing||TBD||TBD||TBD|