Washington County Microtransit

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Washington County Microtransit

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A recommendation made by Washington County in the Highway 36 Transit Feasibility study was to improve transit availability in Stillwater, Bayport, and Oak Park Heights by implementing microtransit. This report looks to assess the feasibility of microtransit service in Stillwater, Bayport, and Oak Park Heights, as recommended by the Highway 36 corridor study, and other areas of the county. It identifies key components of a microtransit solution by surveying services around the United States and makes recommendations guided by those case studies and stakeholder interviews. The purpose of this study is to expand transit access for county residents to access jobs and services, and improve mobility for those residents who rely on transit or do not have access to a car. Microtransit is a novel public transit service, so this report provides a toolkit of best practices to educate decision makers and residents alike on how microtransit may fit into a long-term sustainable transportation strategy for the county.


Capstone paper for the fulfillment of the Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree.

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Do, Don; King, Robbie; Moore, Gordy; Robb, Maxwell; Zielinski, Jake. (2022). Washington County Microtransit. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/229508.

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