US 195/Interstate 90 Study Open House is Live!

For the past 18 months a Study Advisory Team has been gathering community input, collecting data, and conducting analysis on transportation issues in the US 195/I-90 corridor to evaluate many project ideas and strategies to address safety, mobility, access, and growth challenges in the study area. Now the study is asking the community to review and provide input on the proposed corridor improvement strategies; two packages of projects that improve safety, increase local connectivity, and accommodate the needs of planned development. Input is critical to help regional leaders make informed decisions about the future of transportation in the area.

Visit the online Open House on the Study website at:

April Committee Meetings

The Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) will meet on Monday, April 26 at 3:00 pm
The Transportation Technical Committee (TTC) meets on Wednesday, April 28 at 1:30 pm. 
Both meetings will be held on Zoom. 

Seeking Qualified Candidates for Executive Director

The recruitment period is now open for the SRTC Executive Director position. Complete position information and requirements can be found at: more details or questions please contact Kurt Hodgen, Senior Vice President at or 540-820-0531.

2021 Call for Preservation Projects

Announcing the SRTC 2021 Call for Preservation Projects! This call will be used to fund capital maintenance and preservation projects to obligate in 2022 & 2023. Application deadline is 04/30/21 and full details can be found here:

Next Board Meeting is May 13

The next SRTC Board of Directors will be Thursday, May 13 at 1:00 pm. All Board meetings are open to the public and there is an opportunity to submit comments to the Board. The agenda, meeting log-in details and information about how to comment can be found at:


To our member agencies, community partners and Spokane County residents

In response to Washington State Governor Jay Inslee’s “Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery” released on January 8, 2021:
* 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.
* Follow us on Facebook, Twitter (links above) or LinkedIn for any important agency updates or announcements.

We appreciate your patience as we continue to serve the region during these challenging and changing times.

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