Within the SEAGO region (Cochise, Santa Cruz, Graham and Greenlee Counties), local governments and human services providers have come together in an effort to maximize scarce resources and build efficiencies that will better serve the residents of the area. In that same spirit, providers of public transit programs and special needs transportation services have conceived a coordination plan as a means to establish and improve transit and transportation services for the four county region.
The Region VI Transit/Transportation Coordination Group coordinates their efforts and communications in order to provide information and guidance to federal, state and local government officials as well as transportation / transit service providers for the purposes of policy development, decision making, and investments needed to create greater efficiencies, build capacities and address gaps in service.
Title VI Notice to the Public
It is a SEAGO policy to uphold and assure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and all related acts and statutes. Title VI and related statutes prohibiting discrimination in Federally assisted programs require that no person in the United States of America shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal assistance. For a full copy of SEAGO's 2015 Title VI Notice to the public, click here. To download a copy of SEAGO's 2015 Title VI report to the ADOT Civil Rights Office, click here. To download a copy of SEAGO's updated 2015 Title VI Implementation and Public Participation Plan, click here .
A desire to meet the transit/transportation needs of the region’s citizens in a safe, reliable, accessible manner that maximizes the use of resources and minimizes the cost to provide said services. To view our current Transportation Coordination Plan, please click here.