SRTC Closed on July 3
Since Independence Day is on a Saturday this year, SRTC will observe the holiday by closing on Friday, July 3. We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday.
Board of Directors Meeting July 9
The SRTC Board of Directors will meet virtually on Thursday, July 9 at 1:00 pm. A meeting agenda will be available by July 3. SRTC welcomes public comments, but due to the nature of online meetings, all comments must be submitted in advance no later than 9:00 am on July 9. Comments can be sent to email@example.com, mailed to 421 W Riverside Ave Suite 500, Spokane WA 99201 or phone in to 509.343.6370.
The DivisionConnects study is about more than just vehicular traffic. It is considering ALL types of road users – bicyclists, pedestrians, transit users, etc. Learn more at http://www.divisionconnects.org and take our short survey to let us know what types of future improvements along Division are important to you!
New Information on the US 195/I-90 Corridor Study
Based on input from the community workshop and online input, 5 project goals have been outlined for the US 195/I-90 Transportation Study. Also added an Existing Conditions Report. Learn about it at https://us195transportationstudy.com/
Survey to Determine COVID-19 Related Traffic Impacts
Eastern Washington University and the University of Washington, in partnership with SRTC, are conducting a survey to identify how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected mobility and transportation for people in Spokane County. It’s clear travel habits have changed, but researches are interested in getting a better understanding of these changes. The survey meets all academic research board privacy guidelines and personal information will be kept secure. Results from the survey will provide important information on how to reduce traffic congestion and air pollution. Click here to complete the survey: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/moudon/390835
How Much Has COVID-19 Affected Traffic Levels?
As could be expected, Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home Stay Healthy” order resulted in decreased traffic on Washington roads. Our friends at WSDOT have created a dashboard that provides data on the percentage of change on vehicular traffic, transit use and several other metrics that aren’t used much in Spokane, such as ferries and passenger rail. Click here to view the covid-19-transportation-report .
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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