Transportation Choices Coalition is Washington's only non-profit bringing you MORE CHOICES – buses, trains, sidewalks, and bike lanes. Sign up and get involved!
King County Metro and Sound Transit’s proposal is heading for approval.
TCC is turning 25 this year, and we cordially invite you to celebrate with us!
STBD’s new scope expansion makes transit more affordable and efficient for all.
In late April, the Sound Transit Board passed an equitable transit-oriented development (ETOD) framework that will allow the Puget Sound region to provide more affordable housing in proximity to transit.
Say thanks to Miriam for all her work!
You can find her testifying for better transit options in front of city council and legislators in Olympia, building intersectional coalitions, and leading our policy work with a strong racial and social equity lens.
Keiko joined us earlier this year as our Communications Manager.
We’ve got three things for you today: an introduction to our newest team member, a funny transit video that went viral, and a small request.
We are thrilled to start the search for our next Executive Director.
Watch a recording of our last Transit Talk and check out our list of transportation equity resources.
We are proud to release our five-year strategic plan today and move affordable, accessible, reliable, and safe transportation choices forward in Washington State. Here's our vision and plan for the next five years.
Sound Transit and King County Metro want to hear from you.
A one-pager on Puget Sound Regional Council's 2050 update, and how you can get involved.
A recap of the transportation victories this session.
Legislative session is wrapping up! Today is the last day to consider opposite house bills and session ends next week. Here’s what’s happening in Olympia:
Our statement on President Trump’s proposed 2019 budget.
The Washington Legislature advances the car tab relief bill with updated language, fair representation on transit agency boards bill, clean fuels standard bill, and more.
The 2018 Legislative Session started on Monday – and a 60-day session thus begins.
Our position on HB 2201 is unchanged from our position in 2017 when the bill was introduced. We do not support this bill in its current form.