County seeks input on transit options, infrastructure in rural Washington County

A Columbia County Rider bus stops at one of two bus stations in Banks on April 15, 2019. Photo: Chas Hundley

WASHINGTON COUNTY - An online survey released on Friday, October 2 by Washington County and Ride Connection Inc., a regional public transportation nonprofit, is asking for feedback on the county’s Transit Development Plan as it pertains to transit in rural Washington County. 

The results of that survey could drive how much funding from the state’s “Keep Oregon Moving” plan (House Bill 2017) the county receives for projects and programs in Banks, Gaston, North Plains, and rural unincorporated Washington County.

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