Draft 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program
The annual update to the short-term (four year) transportation improvement program (or TIP) for the Spokane area is available for review and we want to know what you think about it! The document (and more information about the TIP) can be found at: Transportation Improvement Program.
Please Share Your Thoughts with Us
SRTC staff, in collaboration with members of the Transportation Advisory Committee, have developed an update to the agency’s Public Participation Plan (PPP). The draft document is open for public comments through 10/23/2021. Please take a moment to review the proposed plan and let us know what you think. SRTC Public Participation Plan
Next Transportation Technical Committee Meeting
SRTC’s Transportation Technical Committee will meet on Wednesday, September 22 on Zoom at 3:00 pm The meeting is open the public and everyone is welcome.
The meeting agenda and packet is posted on the Transp. Technical Committee page
Next Transportation Advisory Committee Meeting
The next Transportation Advisory Committee meeting is Monday, September 27 on Zoom at 3:00 pm The meeting is open the public and everyone is welcome.
Meeting agenda and packet is available at: Transp. Advisory Committee
Next SRTC Board Meeting October 14
The next SRTC Board of Directors meeting is Thursday, October 14 at 1:00 pm. Members of the public are welcome to attend and there will be an opportunity to submit public comments.
The agenda and packet will be posted by October 8.
Announcing a new SRTC Executive Director
The SRTC Board of Directors of the is pleased to announce Lois Bollenback as the new Executive Director of the organization. The Board approved hiring Ms. Bollenback at their July 8 meeting.
Ms. Bollenback comes to the Spokane area from the River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization in Daytona Beach, FL, where she served as Executive Director since 2012. The SRTC Board Chair, Mayor Ben Wick of City of Spokane Valley, stated “The Board is excited to begin working with Lois and we are confident that under her leadership SRTC will be well-positioned to continue developing effective transportation plans and programs that serve the Spokane region. Please join me in welcoming Lois to the organization”. Ms. Bollenback started at SRTC on August 16.
And a new SRTC Deputy Executive Director
On July 8 the Board also approved the creation of a Deputy Executive Director position. This position has been filled by SRTC staff member Eve McMenamy, who has been a transportation planner with the agency for 26 years. Mayor Wick said, “Eve’s wealth of experience at SRTC will be incredibly helpful during the leadership transition period and provides a solid foundation for the organization into the future”
To our member agencies, community partners and Spokane County residents
* Our office location remains closed until further notice.
* All SRTC staff continue to fulfill their job duties while working from home and are best reached by email. Or call the main phone line at 509.343.6370.
* We will continue to make all Board, TTC and TAC meetings accessible through remote video conferencing platforms.
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We appreciate your patience as we continue to serve the region during these challenging and changing times.
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