Welcome to Spokane Regional Transportation Council (SRTC). SRTC is the Spokane region's Metropolitan Planning Organization. Go to the About Us page for more information.
Interactive Bike Map Available Online
The weather is still great for riding. The 2014 Spokane Regional Bike Map can give you ideas where to ride. Zoom in to your neighborhood to see bike routes in your area or read descriptions of bike lanes, trails and paths by clicking points on the map. Click the picture to the left for a video on all the ways the map can be used.
For other SRTC interactive maps you can use on your computer or phone, click here.
October 10, 2014
Transportation Advisory Committee Members Needed
SRTC needs new members for it's Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC). The TAC is a citizens’ advisory group that provides transparency and a community perspective to the transportation planning process. The TAC advises the SRTC Board regarding plans, programs and activities to determine consistency with SRTC policies; makes recommendations on regional transportation policies; and serves as a conduit for information between the Board and the public.For more information on the group, and how to apply, click the link.
September 26, 2014
Input Sought On Plan to Improve Transportation For Disadvantaged Persons
The 2014 update to the Spokane County Coordinated Public Transit – Human Services Transportation Plan (HSTP) is now available and SRTC is hosting a public meeting to gather input on it. The purpose of the HSTP is to improve transportation services for people with disabilities, youth, older adults, and individuals with lower incomes in Spokane County. More information on the HSTP and the public meeting is at the link.
August 21, 2014
SRTC Receives Planning Award
SRTC is proud to announce that the agency is being honored with a 2014 Joint Planning Award for our Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), Horizon 2040. Each year, the Washington Chapter of the American Planning Association (WA-APA) and the Planning Association of Washington (PAW) recognize outstanding contributions to the field of planning in Washington State with the Joint Awards Program.
July 10, 2013
Work is now underway to create and track performance measures and targets to ensure the plan is implemented appropriately. Click the link above to review the plan and for more information on creating an "Implementation Toolkit."