It has taken hundreds of people from across Washington State working together for years to make this new investment possible. Join us in taking a moment today to send a message of appreciation to the legislators who were part of this effort.
Dispatch From Olympia
In Olympia we work with state legislative champions to pass policies and protect and grow investments for transit, walking and biking across the state. We bring together environmental, social justice and health partners to ensure policies are holistic and equitable. Major priorities include growing the multimodal account, supporting transit agencies and ensuring an equity lens is used for transportation policy development.
The parts of #MoveAheadWA we support most would be funded through CCA. Those funds are already in place — but that doesn’t mean they’re safe.
We’re already experiencing climate catastrophe and our neighbor states are too. We should all be striving to find alternatives to oil.
We’re pretty excited about the legislature’s new transportation package. Here are 12 highlights when it comes to investments in transit and infrastructure for safer biking, rolling, and walking.
24 organizations and campaigns call on legislators to “deeply invest in transit service and operations”
Today TCC joined 23 allied organizations in sending a letter to state legislators calling for a transformative transportation package.
Washington’s 2022 legislative session is now under way. Tell your legislators to pass a transformative transportation package before it ends.
A transformative transportation package, service expansions, changing jaywalking laws, and other priorities for the 60-day session.
Statement on the confirmation of Washington State Senator Marko Liias as Transportation Committee Chair
Earlier today members of the Senate Transportation Committee announced that Senator Marko Liias will serve as the next chair of the committee. Alex Hudson, Executive Director of Transportation Choices Coalition, expressed the following response.
Dispatch from Olympia: Groundwork laid for better transportation package as first ever remote sessions comes to a close
The legislature concluded its historic all-remote session Sunday, April 25. Though we did not see a new transportation package pass the finish line, a new statewide cap-and-trade system will bring in revenue for transportation strategies that reduce carbon emissions,...
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