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Chamber Urges Community to take King County Metro Survey

Chamber Champions Efforts to Address Local Transportation Issues

King County Metro is partnering with the City of Issaquah to improve mobility solutions to, from, and around the Squak Mountain and Talus neighborhoods. The survey linked will help Metro understand the travel needs of those who live or work in the Squak Mountain and Talus community, so that they can design a solution to make it easier to get to and around these areas. Metro’s Community Connections program explores both tried-and-true and new mobility solutions where regular fixed-route bus service isn’t the right fit because of infrastructure, density, or land use. Residents and Workers of Squak Mountain & Talus, please take the survey linked here: ​​For anyone unable to participate in the online survey, paper survey are available on the 2nd floor of Issaquah City Hall (130 E Sunset Way, Issaquah WA 98027) and can be returned to the same location.

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