Bike / Pedestrian Documents
Bicycling and walking are simple and efficient, affordable, low-impact modes of transportation that don't contribute to air pollution or traffic congestion. Well-designed, strategically located non-motorized facilities can also increase public transit ridership by providing better access to transit. In addition, bicycle and pedestrian facilities can provide for economic development in downtowns, urban centers, and other mixed-use areas.
SRTC is committed to providing increased and safer opportunities to walk and bike. We work with communities throughout the region to plan for and implement effective non-motorized projects and programs. For more information on Washington State bicycle laws, helmet laws, highways closed to bicycles, safety tips for biking, and commuting tips and resources, go to the Washington State Department of Transportation’s Bicycling web page.
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Spokane County Commute Trip Reduction Plan
A plan, required by the Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) Efficiency Act, to develop and implement plans to reduce single-occupant vehicle trips.
Interim Report To Congress On The Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program
Summarizes the first round of results of the Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program (NTPP) through May 2007. Spokane was a 'control' community in this program.
Nonmotorized Transportation Survey 2006
SRTC partnered with NuStats, a survey research and consulting firm, and the University of Minnesota, on a non-motorized transportation study in Spokane County. Residents were surveyed in 2006 to measure changes in levels of non-motorized travel.
Nonmotorized Transportation Survey 2010
SRTC partnered with NuStats, a survey research and consulting firm, and the University of Minnesota, on a non-motorized transportation study in Spokane County. Residents were surveyed in 2010 to measure changes in levels of non-motorized travel.
Pedestrian Plan Survey 1 Results
Results from a survey conducted to gather information for the development of the Spokane Regional Pedestrian Plan.
Pedestrian Plan Survey 2 Results
Results from a second survey conducted to gather information for the development of the Spokane Regional Pedestrian Plan.
Spokane Regional Bike Plan
A plan outlining goals and objectives to guide area jurisdictions in developing bikeway systems and facilities.
Spokane Regional Pedestrian Plan
A plan, developed in coordination with the Spokane Regional Health District, outlining goals and and objectives to guide area jurisdictions in developing walkway systems and facilities.
Washington State Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project 2012
A summary report of the Washington State Department of Transportation's efforts, in conjunction with the Cascade Bicycle Club, to track changes in bicycling and walking across Washington State by collecting bicycle and pedestrian travel data.