This page contains a number of maps created by SRTC’s GIS staff, as well as links to other map resources available.
Some maps on this page may exist elsewhere on the SRTC website. Other maps are only found in existing documents, such as the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), the Spokane Regional Bike Plan, and others. For more information on map resources, contact SRTC’s GIS staff:
Sylvia Ferrin 509-343-6388
Kevin Shipman 509-343-6385
2010 Population 55 and Older Map
Areas where members of the public 55 years and older reside currently within Spokane County.
2010 Housing Unit Density Map for Spokane County
Existing housing unit density per acre for Spokane County.
2040 Projected Housing Unit Density Map for Spokane County
Housing unit density per acre for Spokane County projected for the year 2040.
Housing Unit Density Change Map for Spokane County 2010 to 2040
The difference in housing unit density per acre for Spokane County between now and 2040.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Collision Maps
The number and locations of reported bicycle and pedestrian collisions from 2007 to 2009 in Spokane County. Information courtesy of Washington State Department of Transportation. The maps are a large size and may take several minutes to download.
Reported Bicycle Collisions 2007-2009
Reported Bicycle Collisions 2007-2009- By age
Reported Pedestrian Collisions 2007-2009
Reported Pedestrian Collisions 2007-2009- By age
Reported Bicycle and Pedestrian Collisions 2007-2009
Reported Bicycle and Pedestrian Collisions 2007-2009- By age
Bridging the Valley Projects Map
A map showing the series of Bridging the Valley projects extending from Spokane, WA to Athol, ID and their overall alignment and associated roadway and railroad grade crossings.
Employment Density 2010 for Spokane County
Current employees per acre for Spokane County.
Employment Density 2040 for Spokane County
Employees per acre for Spokane County projected for the year 2040.
Employment Density Change 2010-2040 for Spokane County
The difference in employees per acre between now and 2040.
Federal Functional Classification Maps
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has Federal Functional Classification Maps available. These maps reflect the Federal Functional Classifications for Washington State as defined and approved by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
SmartRoutes Projects Map
The non-motorized transportation projects selected to be part of the SmartRoutes initiative and their locations.
Spokane-Area Recreation Bike Rides
SRTC has divided Spokane into small regions for designated recreational bike ride routes. You can download the maps below, then scroll below the map for written ride directions.
The administrators of this web site cannot be held responsible for any injuries, death, or damages while following these suggested routes. Many routes require on-street riding in traffic lanes while others may include off-road terrain. You should be comfortable riding under all conditions before attempting any of these routes.
Cheney Recreational Ride
Medical Lake Recreational Ride
Newman Lake Recreational Ride
Rockford Recreational Ride
Williams Lake Recreational Ride
Hangman Valley Recreational Ride
Spokane-Area Walking Route Maps
Looking for great places to walk, run or hike in Spokane County? The Spokane Regional Health District developed several walking maps in conjunction with the National Park Service. They are free to download and print.
Spokane County Employment Activity Centers for 2010
Generalized areas of concentrated employment density within Spokane County existing today.
Spokane County Projected Employment Activity Centers for 2040
Generalized areas of concentrated employment density within Spokane County projected for the year 2040.
Spokane Regional Bicycle Map
A map of bike routes and facilities throughout Spokane County.
SRTC Service Area
SRTC serves an area covered by all of Spokane County. This map shows the area that comprises the County.