Washington State Ferries Long Range Plan public involvement
Learn about the public involvement associated with the development of our 2040 Long Range Plan.
Overview of public involvement associated with our 2040 Long Range Plan.
Spring 2018 community engagement summary
- Community engagement summary (PDF 1.5MB)
- Appendix A Part 1: Comment forms (PDF 645KB)
- Appendix A Part 2: Post-it note comments (PDF 224KB)
- Appendix A Part 3: Email comments (PDF 185KB)
- Appendix A Part 4: Letters from agenices, organizations, and other comments (PDF 4.9MB)
- Appendix B: Notification (PDF 1.2MB)
- Appendix C: Survey instrument and summary (PDF 661KB)
- Appendix D: Public involvement materials (PDF 1.6MB)
Fall 2018 community engagement summary
- Community engagement summary (PDF 1MB)
- Appendix A Part 1: Comment forms (PDF 866KB)
- Appendix A Part 2: Emailed comments (PDF 235KB)
- Appendix A Part 3: Verbal comments (PDF 300KB)
- Appendix A Part 4: Letters from agencies and organizations (PDF 8MB)
- Appendix A Part 5: Other comments (PDF 3MB)
- Appendix B: Notification (PDF 2MB)
- Appendix C: Public involvement materials (PDF 1MB)
Executive Advisory Group
The Executive Advisory Group (EAG) includes elected and appointed government officials representing communities across the state. The EAG provides us with strategic advice on how to prioritize needs; represents their communities’ interests; reviews and provides feedback on policy elements; and supports the successful delivery of the plan.
Sept. 13, 2017
Jan. 16, 2018
Policy Advisory Group
The Policy Advisory Group (PAG) provides policy guidance and input on the plan and serves as community ambassadors. The PAG includes representatives from Ferry Advisory Committees, transportation and user groups, including bicyclists and pedestrians, mobility-impaired riders, tourism organizations, transit riders and freight representatives.
July 27, 2017
Sept. 21, 2017
Jan. 18, 2018
March 15, 2018
May 17, 2018
July 19, 2018
Nov. 15, 2018
Technical Advisory Group
The Technical Advisory Group (TAG) provides input and ensures that the plan is using the most up to date local, regional, and state data. This includes keeping agency partners informed about technical and policy work and helping us understand local, regional, and state needs. The TAG includes local, regional, state and transit agency staff.