Board of Directors Meeting February 9

The next Board of Directors meeting is Thursday, February 9 at 1:00pm. This will be a hybrid meeting held in-person at SRTC, located at 421 W Riverside Ave, Suite 504, Spokane WA and on Zoom. The agenda, meeting materials, and other information is available at the following link:

All Board meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome. Each meeting has an opportunity for public comments to be shared. 

SRTC receives grant from USDOT Safe Streets & Roads for All program

We are excited to report that SRTC has been selected as a recipient of $400,000 of funding through the USDOT Safe Streets & Roads for All program. These funds will be used to develop a comprehensive safety action plan that identifies solutions to prevent fatal and serious injury crashes in Spokane County.

SRTC Recognized by Spokane-CDA Chapter of WTS International

Last week at the Spokane Coeur d’Alene Chapter of WTS International Annual Recognition Awards event, SRTC received the award for Employer of the Year, for 2022.  The award recognizes a business, agency, or organization in the Spokane Coeur d’Alene region for its support of the goals and purpose of WTS to expand opportunities for women in the transportation industry through professional development, mentoring, and strategic positioning of women in leadership positions.

Additionally, SRTC’s Deputy Executive Director Eve McMenamy was presented with the Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award which celebrates an individual that makes significant contributions to promoting diversity, inclusion, and multicultural awareness within their organization, the transportation industry, or in a project or activity that supports the goals and mission of WTS.

SRTC Committees meet 2/22/23

SRTC’s Transportation Technical Committee (TTC) will meet on Wednesday, February 22 at 1:00pm. The Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC), our citizen’s group, meets the same day at 3:00pm. Both will be held in a hybrid format; in-person at SRTC, located at 421 W Riverside Ave, Suite 504, Spokane WA and virtually on Zoom. The agenda, meeting materials, and other information will be posted to: TTC Page and TAC Page

All TTC and TAC meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome. Each meeting has an opportunity for public comments to be shared. 

Spokane Regional Transportation Study Results Released

SRTC is pleased to announce the final report from the 2022 Household Travel Survey is now available! Follow the link for a brief overview or dive deep into the details of the full report.

To our member agencies, community partners and Spokane County residents

* SRTC employees continue to fulfill their job duties while working from home for the majority of the time and are best reached by email. Or call the main phone line at 509.343.6370.
* Starting June 1, Board of Directors, Transportation Technical Committee and Transportation Advisory Committee meetings will be held in a hybrid in-person/on-line format. Please be patient as we work through new technology.
* 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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2023 Unified List of Regional Transportation Priorities

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Transportation Improvement Program

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