Transportation Technical Committee Meeting is Feb 26
The next TTC meeting is Wednesday, February 26 at 1:30 pm and will be held at the SRTC office, 421 W Riverside Ave Suite 504. Click below for the meeting agenda. All TTC meetings are open to the public and there is opportunity for public comments.
Seeking Public Input on Proposed Amendment
Several member agencies have requested an amendment to the 2020-2023 Transportation Improvement Program, or TIP. the proposed amendment would add nine projects and modify four existing projects. Click the link below for detailed information, then let us know what you think. Comments will be accepted from 2/19 to 4:00 pm on 2/28 and can be submitted by email to email@example.com, by mail to SRTC 421 W Riverside Ave Suite 500, Spokane WA 99201 or phoned in to 509.343.6370. Transportation Improvement Program
Deadline to Submit Applications for Transportation Advisory Committee is 02/26/20
SRTC is seeking volunteers to participate on the Transportation Advisory Committee (or TAC). This group is made up of citizen volunteers that provide perspective on transportation issues in a regional forum.The TAC page contains a link with full details and a membership application. Deadline to submit applications is Wednesday, February 26.
Announcing the Launch of the US 195/I-90 Corridor Study
A community meeting last night kicked off the US-195/I-90 Corridor Study. Learn more at: https://www.srtc.org/us-195-i-90-study/
This multi-jurisdictional study led by SRTC will address existing and future challenges related to safety, operations, access and infrastructure along US 195 from Hatch Road to the intersection with I-90.
SRTC Seeks Transportation Advisory Committee Members
SRTC is seeking volunteers to participate on the Transportation Advisory Committee (or TAC). This group is made up of citizen volunteers that provide perspective on transportation issues in a regional forum. Click the following link to go to the TAC page, which contains a link with full details and a membership application.
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