In 2007 the Bay Area Community Council (BACC) published a comprehensive report on
Poverty in Brown County. A major finding on transportation was a lack of reliable information
on the transportation needs of low-income residents. Over the year the BACC continued to
monitor community transportation issues and became alarmed as unmet transportation demands
soared to the top of basic community needs. While it had become evident that local
transportation problems were on the up-swing, the Green Bay community did not have data on
the contours and extent of the problems. At this point the BACC began to explore the possibility
of doing a grassroots study on the transportation needs of low income residents.
Click here for the complete report.
Click here for an executive summary of the report.