Petition Closed
Petitioning King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn and 8 others
This petition will be delivered to:
King County Councilmember
Reagan Dunn
King County Councilmember
Larry Gossett
King County Councilmember
Jane Hague
King County Councilmember
Kathy Lambert
King County Councilmember
Joe McDermott
King County Councilmember
Julia Patterson
King County Councilmember
Larry Phillips
King County Councilmember
Pete von Reichbauer
King County Council

Don't Take Away My Bus Service

It is important to have bus service in King county to get to work, school, and shopping. If this temporary fee is not passed, 600,000 annual hours of bus service will be cut, affecting 80% of bus riders. Cutting bus service by will have a severe economic impact and create a hardship for King County's thousand's of residents that don't drive cars. A robust public transportation system is important for the environment, for building an efficient and flourishing urban environment, for low-income residents and students, and it helps drive the economy by encouraging movement and transporting people from their homes to shopping districts. Tell the King County Council to pass the temporary 2-year $20 car tab fee to save our bus service.


Letter to
King County Councilmember  Reagan Dunn
King County Councilmember  Larry Gossett
King County Councilmember  Jane Hague
and 6 others
King County Councilmember  Kathy Lambert
King County Councilmember  Joe McDermott
King County Councilmember  Julia Patterson
King County Councilmember  Larry Phillips
King County Councilmember  Pete von Reichbauer
King County Council
I just signed the following petition addressed to: King County Council.

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Pass the temporary $20 2-year car tab fee

It is important to have bus service in King county to get to work, school, and shopping. If this temporary fee is not passed, 600,000 annual hours of bus service will be cut, affecting 80% of bus riders. Cutting bus service by will have a severe economic impact and create a hardship for King County's thousand's of residents that don't drive cars.

A robust public transportation system is important for the environment, for building an efficient and flourishing urban environment, for low-income residents and students, and it helps drive the economy by encouraging movement and transporting people from their homes to shopping districts.
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Sincerely,