Title IV Public Participation Plan
Roseview Transit's public participation plan will engage minority and limited English proficient populations when warranted. The agency will reach out more broadly to include other constituencies that are traditionally under served, such as people with disabilities, low-income populations and others.
Every effort will be made to involve minority and LEP populations in Roseview's public participation activities. Public notices will be placed in the transfer station, in the bus shelters and posted in all transit vehicles. Measures will be taken to address linguistic, institutional, cultural, economic and historical barriers that may prevent minority and LEP persons from effectively participating in Roseview Transit's decision making process.
Roseview Transit's Public Participation process will include but not limited to:
1. Scheduling public meetings at varying times, dates and locations that are convenient and accessible for minority and LEP communities.
2. Organizing different meeting sizes and formats.
3. Invitations to faith-based organizations, educational institutions and others, to engage in strategies that reach out to minority and LEP communities.
Roseview Transit will follow requirements of 49 U.S.C. Sections 5307(b), 5307(c)(1) inviting public comment before raising transit fares or instituting a major reduction in transportation services to the City of Richmond.