Skagit County Human Services Transportation Planning Open House

The online open house for the Skagit Coordinated Public Transit – Human Services Transportation Plan (CPT-HSTP) update is now live. The open house gives members of the community a chance to let SCOG know what human services transportation needs are not currently being met in the region and will help SCOG identify strategies to meet those unmet needs.

Connecting the Skagit Region


SCOG connects Skagit County’s leaders to build a stronger Skagit region and plan for future growth. As Skagit County’s federal- and state-designated transportation planning organization, SCOG coordinates decision making and policy development in transportation and regional growth management. Made up of 15 local and tribal jurisdictions, SCOG works with partner agencies to administer programs and develop long-term solutions for the region’s challenges.

Skagit 2045 Regional Transportation Plan

The Skagit 2045 RTP was adopted by the Transportation Policy Board at their March 2021 meeting.

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Bike & Walking Guides

Explore Skagit County’s best cycling routes and local trails online or in print.

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