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SRTC Board Meeting:

July 9, 2015

TTC Meeting:
July meeting cancelled

TAC Meeting:
July meeting cancelled

Welcome to Spokane Regional Transportation Council (SRTC). SRTC is the Spokane region's Metropolitan Planning Organization. Go to the About Us page for more information.
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SRTC has just released the 2015 Regional Road Construction Map. To find more information on projects in your area or around Spokane click on the image to the left or the heading above.The interactive map will allow you to zoom in and click on the road project to find more details.

Get ready for your Spring bike rides.The 2015 Spokane Regional Bike Map can give you ideas where to ride. Zoom in to your neighborhood to see bike routes in your area or read descriptions of bike lanes, trails and paths by clicking points on the map. Click the picture to the left for a video on all the ways the map can be used.

For other SRTC interactive maps you can use on your computer or phone, click here.

Amendment Proposed to Transportation Improvement Program
June 25, 2015
A proposed amendment to the 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) would increase the cost of Spokane Transit Authority’s proposed West Plains Transit Center and provide funds for projects that benefit seniors and people with disabilities who have transportation disadvantages. SRTC is looking for input from the public on this suggested amendment.

The TIP is a document that identifies projects programmed to be undertaken or constructed during the upcoming four years. Information on the proposed amendment, and how to submit comments, is available on the TIP page (please click on the title above). Once on the TIP page scroll down below the map to view it.

Call for Projects to Fund Local Projects
April 30, 2015
The SRTC Board will authorize approximately $14.4 million in federal funding in July to be spent on local transportation projects and programs. The money will come from two programs, the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) program and the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP). Applications have been submitted and scored by a committee and results will be available soon, with the SRTC Board asked to approve a prioritized list for funding at the July 9, 2015 Board meeting. In the meantime, information on the CMAQ program is here. Information on TAP is here.

Horizon 2040 Implementation Toolkit
April 15, 2014

SRTC is currently working on the Horizon 2040 Implementation Toolkit study to create and track performance measures and targets to ensure the Horizon 2040 plan is implemented appropriately. Horizon 2040 is the long-range transportation plan for the region. It was completed in 2013.

Click the Toolkit logo to learn more about that project and to view slideshow and meeting summaries from recent workshops.

Click the Horizon 2040 logo to read the plan and view materials used to develop it.