- Transportation Technical Committee Meeting is May 22 at 1:30 at the SRTC office. Click here for the agenda: May 2019 TTC Agenda. Meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome!
- 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: https://www.srtc.org/education-series/
- Request for Qualifications: Division Street Corridor Study – SRTC is requesting submittals from qualified firms with expertise in transportation planning, public transit, engineering, and public involvement for a study consisting of two major components: the Division Street Corridor Study and the Division High Performance Transit Implementation Study. Complete details are at the following link: Division Street Corridor Study RFQ. For the Division Study RFQ Addendum (05/10/2019) – Q & A and Pre-submittal Teleconference meeting notes click here: Division RFQ Addendum
- 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 Notice. For the complete RFQ document please contact Project Manager Ryan Stewart at email@example.com Save & Exit g 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
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.