Who We Are & What We Do
- Executive Director Needed– SRTC is seeking to fill the position of Executive Director. The job description, application materials and supplemental questions are available at the link.
- 2016 SRTC Year in Review– 2016 was a busy year at SRTC. From moving to a new office to funding multiple transportation projects, starting an update to the long-range transportation plan and reviewing area jurisdiction’s comprehensive plans, staff had their work cut out for them. You can view a summary of SRTC’s planning activities in 2016 at the link above.
- Amendment Proposed to Transportation Improvement Program – SRTC is looking for input from the public on an amendment to the 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) that proposes adding four new projects, deleting one project already in the TIP and changing three others. The TIP identifies projects slated to be undertaken or constructed during the upcoming four years. It includes project names and descriptions, the jurisdiction sponsoring them, funding attached to each project, and where the funding came from (local, state or federal funds). For details on the projects in the current amendment, and how to submit comments, click the link above.
- Roundtable Discussions Input Report – In preparation for the update to Horizon 2040, the region’s long-range transportation plan, SRTC staff hosted a series of “roundtable” discussions in 2016. The purpose of these discussions was to provide staff and the SRTC Board with a range of community perspectives on area transportation issues. A report on input received at those roundtables is at the link above.
Spokane's Mayor David Condon, Public Works Director Scott Simmons, and new Street Director Gary Kaesemeyer today announced a plan to tackle the many weather-related potholes plaguing Spokane streets. The plan includes several components, including: Additional...