Transportation

  March 2020

How Businesses and Citizens Can Help WTA Grow Ridership

 Part 4 This is the fourth and final part of a series about how to improve Whatcom Transportation Authority’s (WTA) transit ridership in Bellingham and Whatcom County. Since at least 80 percent of its ridership, and an equivalent percentage of … Continue reading

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  February 2020

PeaceHealth St. Joseph Hospital and WTA

Part 3 This is the third of a four-part article discussing the accomplishments and limitations of Whatcom Transportation Authority (WTA), the transit provider for Bellingham and Whatcom County. It salutes the many things WTA does well, from driver training to … Continue reading

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  October-November 2019

What WTA, the City of Bellingham and Major Employers Could Learn from Kingston Transit

How Kingston Transit Was Reformed Part 2 Brief Review of Part 1 Part 1 of this three-part series on Whatcom Transportation Authority’s (WTA) bus system described and documented its trend of stagnation and decline in ridership after a period of … Continue reading

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