Public Hearing – 10 Year Short Range Transit Plan – County Connection

Public Hearing – 10 Year Short Range Transit Plan

The Central Contra Costa Transit Authority is conducting a Public Hearing at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 21, 2011 in the Board of Directors meeting room at County Connection’s administrative office, 2477 Arnold Industrial Way .  The purpose of this hearing is to receive citizen comment on CCCTA’s draft ten-year Short Range Transit Plan FY2010/11-FY2019/20. 

This plan represents the goals, objectives, and standards for the CCCTA along with a general evaluation of system performance; description of the CCCTA service area and transit services; and an outline of the CCCTA capital, financial and operational ten year plan. The plan includes both fixed-route and paratransit services operated by CCCTA.

Interested members of the public are invited to speak at the hearing, and/or any of the following: Submit written comments to CCCTA, Service Planning Department, 2477 Arnold Industrial Way, Concord, CA  94520,  FAX to: 925/686-2630 Attn: Service Planning Department, or Email to:

5 thoughts on “Public Hearing – 10 Year Short Range Transit Plan

  • As this hearing is scheduled at the location and at the beginning of the CCCTA Board of Directors Meeting, few members of the public or Operators are likely to attend. For example, the Citizens Advisory Committee Meetings were scheduled in the evening, so persons who have day jobs could attend.

  • There is also a conflict with this hearing and the CCTA Workshop on County transportation spending priorities for the next three decades at Pleasant Hill City Hall community room, 9AM, April 21

  • Things never change at CCCTA. Like most city meetings. This happens in the PM, So more people will show up. Not here, How many riders and others will show up at 9 AM to ask questions? My quess is few. CCCTA should re thing meeting times. This company is not a nine to five operation.

    • Scheduling public hearings is always a challenge, but we do want to hear your comments or questions. We’re finding more and more are submitted through the website or email. Please send your questions to, and they will be answered promptly.


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