• SRTC closed on Monday May 27 – In observance of Memorial Day our office will be closed.
    • Public Input Sought on Proposed Amendment to TIP – An amendment to the 209-2022 Transportation Improvement Program, or TIP, is being considered and SRTC would like to know what you think. Details about the proposed amendment and info about how to comment can be found at the following link: 2019-2022 TIP
    • Change in location for Innovative Land Use & Transportation Approaches Workshop – Due to overwhelming interest, the workshop location has been changed to a larger venue, EWU-Spokane Campus, 668 N Riverpoint Blvd, 1st Floor Auditorium. The workshop presented by Andrew Mortensen of David Evans & Associates on June 5 will kick off the 2019 SRTC Education Series. Click the link for complete details:
    • Request for Qualifications: US 195/I-90 Study – SRTC is requesting submittals from qualified firms with expertise in transportation planning and engineering to facilitate a multimodal study to address safety, operations, access, and infrastructure issues on the two corridors. The RFQ period will run from May 1 to May 30 at 4:00 pm. A brief summary can be found at the following link: US 195/I-90-Study Summary. Click here for the study notice: US 195/I-90 Study RFQ NoticeFor the complete RFQ document please contact Project Manager Ryan Stewart at or (509) 343-6370.
    • 2019 Regional Road Construction Map is now available – SRTC has published an on-line map showing not only where road construction is happening, but details about the project and the jurisdiction doing the work. Click the link to view: 2019 Regional Road Construction Map


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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



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Free Summertime Bus Passes for District 81 Students

Youth enrolled in District 81 schools are eligible for free bus passes this summer, according to the Spokesman Review. This program hopes to give young people increased mobility and help to teach them the benefits and ease of using public transportation. The full...

A Bridge for People

Did you know that Portland, OR is home to North America's longest car-free bridge? This was news to me. has produced a 7-minute video highlighting Tilikum Crossing, which not only is a super cool bridge but it also is accessorized with lights that...

What does the term “Shared Mobility” mean?

We hear the term "shared mobility' tossed around a lot these days in discussions about transportation. But what does it really mean? Well, The Shared-Use Mobility Center defines it as "transportation services and resources that are shared among users, either...

People in Europe Learn to Accept Congestion Pricing

As New York City prepares to launch congestion pricing in 2021, National Public Radio reports that research reflects that while European city residents are almost universally against congestion pricing at first, after a while people are okay with...

WSDOT Active Transportation Plan 2019 – Take the survey!

WSDOT is updating the WA State Active Transportation Plan and wants to hear from YOU! Take a few minutes to complete the online survey and forward the link to your friends, family, or any other WA State resident you know.

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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SRTC’s VisionSRTC is recognized for excellence in transportation planning and regional cooperation.
SRTC’s MissionTo coordinate transportation planning in the Spokane region by providing leadership, expertise, and a forum for collaboration.