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.
Interactive Road Construction and Bike Maps Available Online
SRTC is creating interactive maps you can use on your computer, phone or other handheld device. You can check out all the available maps here.
Both maps allow you to zoom in to your neighborhood to see projects scheduled for this year or bike routes in your area. You can also read descriptions of construction projects and area bike lanes, trails and paths by clicking on points on the map.
Spokane City Cable 5 produced videos on how to use each map and all their capabilities. Click the thumbnails to the left to view each video, then click the links above to play with the maps.
August 4, 2014
SRTC Seeking To Hire Transportation Planner
SRTC is seeking a candidate to fill the position of either Associate Transportation Planner or Senior Transportation Planner, depending on qualifications and experience. Job descriptions and requirements and information on how to apply is at the link.
July 21, 2014
SRTC July Newsletter Available
SRTC has two new interactive maps available online, has recently awarded several million dollars to local transportation projects and has big plans to be out in the community this summer. In other words, we're very busy! Click the link to read the July 2014 SRTC newsletter to see what we've been up to recently and what's planned for the coming months.
July 10, 2014
Local Projects Awarded Surface Transportation Program Funds
The SRTC Board recently voted to fund a list of local projects with money from the Surface Transportation Program (STP) for the fiscal years of 2017-2019. Approximately $18 million in STP funds will be distributed. More information on the STP program and the projects to receive funds is at the link.
July 10, 2013
Work is now underway to create and track performance measures and targets to ensure the plan is implemented appropriately. Click the link above to review the plan and for more information on creating an "Implementation Toolkit."