PSRC has opened a request for public comments on how to update its Project Selection Framework. Everyone who wants to see a change in how we invest in transportation should consider submitting a comment before the period closes on January 5.
Affordable Housing + Transit
Equitable transit-oriented development (ETOD) is a useful tool to allow more affordable housing to be built in proximity to transit infrastructure, fostering community resilience and preventing displacement. Our efforts are focused on ensuring that there is an framework for ETOD during the development of new light rail stations — supporting the creation of thriving communities connected by great transit.
Today, Mayor Durkan introduced a proposal to make major investments in our housing, transportation, and workforce by adding a modest fee to ride hailing services. By doing so, Seattle would join cities across the country that have acknowledged the impact...
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. We are thrilled about the passage of this policy and Sound...
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