Seeking Input From the Public

SRTC wants to know what YOU think! We are welcoming public comments on two items right now. First is the draft 2020-2023 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the document can be found at transportation-improvement-program. The comment period is open now through October 3. The other item is a proposed amendment to the 2019-2022 TIP and info can be found here: October amendment. and scroll down to the middle of the page. Deadline for comments on the amendment is September 27.

Grant Writing Workshop on 9/26

SRTC is hosting a workshop focused on grant writing for transportation projects on September 26 at CenterPlace Event Center in Spokane Valley. The workshop will be led by grant writing specialist Dr. Bev Browning, nationally acclaimed author of “Grant Writing for Dummies”. Ticket info at: Workshop Registration. Space is limited so register today!

Next TTC Meeting is September 25

The Transportation Technical Committee will meet on Wednesday, September 25 at 1:30 pm at the SRTC office, located at 421 W Riverside Ave, Suite 504. The agenda will be posted by September 19. The meeting is open to the public and everyone is welcome!

SRTC Office Closures on 10/3 and 10/4

The SRTC office will be closed all day Thursday, October 3 for a staff retreat and closed from 8AM -1PM on Friday, October 4 for staff training.

Horizon 2040 logo

Horizon 2040

The long-range transportation plan for Spokane County, aimed at meeting the needs of the Spokane region through 2040

Transportation Improvement Program 2017-2020

Transportation Improvement Program

A document of transportation projects and programs to be completed or constructed in the upcoming four years

Boards and Committees

Boards & Committees

Dates, agendas and packets for the SRTC Board, Transportation Technical Committee and Transportation Advisory Committee

Maps

Maps

Maps for local transportation plans and documents, as well as many other local datasets

Calendar

Who We Are & What We Do

The Spokane Regional Transportation Council (SRTC) is the lead agency for transportation planning for the area covered by Spokane County. SRTC offers services that include conducting transportation studies, census information analysis, air quality conformity and analysis, traffic count data, travel demand modeling and distributing state and federal funds to local transportation projects and programs. For more information on SRTC and member jurisdictions, see the “About SRTC” page.

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