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SRTC Board Meeting:
June 9

TTC Meeting:
May 25

TAC Meeting:
July 25

2016 Meeting Schedule

Welcome to Spokane Regional Transportation Council (SRTC). SRTC is the Spokane region's Metropolitan Planning Organization. Go to the About SRTC page for more information.

SRTC is asking for public input on a proposed amendment to the 2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) that would add two new City of Spokane projects and one new Spokane Valley project to the program. The TIP is a document that identifies projects to be constructed during the upcoming four years. It is updated throughout the year as SRTC’s member jurisdictions have projects to add, change or remove from the program. For information on the projects proposed to be added to the TIP, and how to submit comments on them, click the link above and scroll down below the map.


SRTC is now located in the Paulsen Building, 421 W Riverside Ave Suite 500, Spokane, Washington. The Paulsen Building is two blocks east of the STA Plaza and served by all Spokane Transit bus routes. Please refer to STA’s website for routes to the Paulsen Building.

From eastbound I-90 use either Exit 281 (Division St) or Exit 280B (Lincoln St). From westbound I-90 use either Exit E280 (4th Ave/Monroe) or Exit 281 (Division St). Paid parking is available at various surface lots around the Paulsen Building, the closest at the southeast corner of Washington St & Riverside Ave, the southwest corner of Washington St & Sprague Ave, and the southeast corner of Howard St & Riverside Ave.

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Have questions about our area? You may find the answer in one of SRTC's interactive web maps that you can view on your computer, phone or other electronic devices.

Click here for the Spokane Regional Bike Map, maps of collisions in our area, bridge conditions, population numbers and employment areas and more.

The interactive maps allow you to zoom in on areas of Spokane County and click on links for more information.