Public Consultations Invited on Puget Sound Regional Council’s Proposed Transportation Improvement Program

The Puget Sound Regional Council is encouraging public comment on a proposed $5.4 billion regional transportation improvement program that shows projects moving forward in the central Puget Sound region through 2026, supported by state, federal, regional and local funds. The draft TIP represents over $34 billion in total transportation investment upon project completion.

The public comment period will run from now until October 27th.

A full list of projects and more detailed information is available online at psrc.orgincluding a equity analysis and one internet card with information about each project. You can view projects by location, along with other data such as the location of regional centers, demographics, and other information.

A summary of the comments received to date will be provided at the October 13 meeting of the Transport Policy Council, when the final regional TIP 2023-2026 is expected to be recommended for approval by the Executive Council. The PSRC board is expected to approve the final 2023-2026 transport improvement program on October 27.

How to comment:

The PSRC develops policy and coordinates decisions regarding regional growth, transportation and economic development planning in King, Pierce, Snohomish and Kitsap counties. The council is made up of more than 80 entities, including the four counties, cities and towns, ports, state and local transit agencies, and tribal governments in the region.

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