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Infographic about who is dying or getting seriously injured on Spokane County roads.

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Regional Safety Action Plan

Transportation safety is an increasing threat to those who use Spokane County roads, with fatal and serious injury rates increasingly trending in the wrong direction each year. The SRTC Board of Directors has noted this and highlighted safety as a top priority for our region.

The growing need for and focus on transportation safety efforts has manifested into the work of the Regional Safety Action Plan (RSAP). In February 2023, SRTC received a $400,000 grant from the United States Department of Transportation, the Safe Street and Roads for All program, which provides the necessary resources to develop the RSAP.

The SRTC RSAP will:

  • Evaluate data trends and use predictive analyses to help prevent future fatal and serious injury crashes.
  • Identify innovative, proactive, strategies and projects that address the key safety problems faced in the region.
  • Position the region for future safety funding to implement the RSAP’s recommendations.

 Listen to the SCLD Podcast to hear from the RSAP Project Leads about this work: 

Public Outreach

Staff will be at these locations to receive in-person feedback. Stop by and chat with us face-to-face!

February 27, 2024
North Spokane Library
– 10:00 am to 11:00 am
STA Transit Plaza (Downtown Spokane) – 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Februrary 28, 2024
Hillyard Library
– 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

February 29, 2024
Spokane Valley Library
– 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Infographic sharing how our decisions affect others with fatal and serious injury statistics about impaired driving and its cause of fatal and serious injuries.

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Other Important Information

Who are the partners of this project?

SRTC’s Regional Safety Action Plan will identify crash trends and develop safety-related transportation solutions for Spokane County; the cities of Airway Heights, Cheney, Deer Park, Liberty Lake, Medical Lake, Millwood, Spokane, and Spokane Valley; and the towns of Fairfield, Latah, Rockford, Spangle, and Waverly

SRTC’s planning area also includes partners that will be included in the planning process such as The Kalispell Tribe of Indians, The Spokane Tribe of Indians, Spokane Airports, The Spokane Transit Authority, the Washington State Department of Transportation, and The Washington State Transportation Commission.

Request for Proposal
Contact Us

SRTC Project Manager: MIKE ULRICH | 509.343.6370

Consultant Project Manager: WENDE WILBER | 509.508.0939

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