Additional Meetings Scheduled For Proposed Changes To Civil Rights Program – County Connection

Additional Meetings Scheduled For Proposed Changes To Civil Rights Program

The Central Contra Costa Transit Authority (County Connection) will hold a public meeting to gather comments on three proposed policies related to our Civil Rights Program: Major Service Change Policy, Disparate Impact Policy, and Disproportionate Burden Policy. These policies establish thresholds for determining whether a given service or fare change has a greater impact on minority and/or low-income populations than non-minority and non-low income populations.

Copies of the Title VI – Proposed Policies  are available in English and Spanish on the County Connection web site,  at the County Connection Administrative Office at 2477 Arnold Industrial Way in Concord, CA, or copies can be sent through the U.S mail by calling (925) 680-2048.

The public is invited to attend the following meetings to comment on any aspect of the proposed policies. The meetings will be held at following location:

  • Walnut Creek Library – 1644 North Broadway – Tuesday, May 14 at 1:30 pm – Las Tampas Room
  • County Connection Board of Directors Meeting – 2477 Arnold Industrial Way, ConcordThursday, May 15 at 9:00 am – County Connection Board Room


Those unable to attend the public meetings are encouraged to submit comments in writing to: The County Connection, Manager of Planning, 2477 Arnold Industrial Way, Concord, CA 94520 or email to

3 thoughts on “Additional Meetings Scheduled For Proposed Changes To Civil Rights Program

  • What is the street address of the San Ramon Community Center, and how is it accessible by public transit?

    • the address is 12501 Alcosta Blvd. It’s served by the Route 35. I believe we are looking into a meeting date in Walnut Creek. If so, watch for another meeting notice.

    • Hi Colette,
      As you can see from the above, a second hearing has been scheduled at the Walnut Creek Library, 2 blocks away from the Walnut Creek Route 4 Free Trolley stop by the Lesher Center, or across Broadway from the closest CCCTA Route 5 stop. I was the only Title VI person to attend the San Ramon Community Center Hearing, as it was some distance away from the nearest CCCTA stop.

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