CAG & SCMPO Human Services Transportation Coordination Plan

Federal Transit Law requires that projects selected for funding under the Elderly Individuals and Individuals with Disabilities (Section 5310) programs be derived from a locally developed coordinated public transit human services transportation plan. The purpose of this type of plan is to identify the transportation needs of individuals with disabilities, older adults and people with low incomes, provide strategies for meeting these needs and prioritize transportation services for funding and implementation.

The Sun Corridor Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) in conjunction with Central Arizona Governments (CAG) recognize that the transit environment is dynamic and dependent on stakeholder involvement. As a result,  the Sun Corridor MPO and CAG overhauls the CAG and Sun Corridor MPO Human Services Transportation Coordination Plan (the Plan) every three years and completes annual adjustments  in order to capture smaller changes.  It  includes updated regional demographic information as well as the status of new and existing transportation providers serving the transportation dependent and disadvantaged populations in the region.

Sun Corridor MPO and CAG utilize a process that includes representatives of public, private and nonprofit transportation as well as human service providers, elected officials and public participation to identify transit needs/service gaps and to establish priorities in order to make informed funding decisions for specialized transportation services.

CAG/SCMPO 2024 Human Services Transportation Coordination Plan – Approved by the SCMPO Executive Board March 12, 2024 and the CAG Regional Council on January 31, 2024

Contact Person:

Zeena Gagnon, CAG/SCMPO Mobilty Management Coordinator
2540 W. Apache Trail #108
Apache Junction, AZ 85120
Telephone: (480) 474-9300

Contact Person:

Jason Bottjen, Sun Corridor MPO Deputy Director
211 North Florence Street, Ste. 103
Casa Grande, AZ 85122
Telephone: (520) 705-5153