On May 26, 2022, the Puget Sound Regional Council’s General Assembly adopted a new Regional Transportation Plan.
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Greater equity in PSRC’s project selection! And a new chance to add your voice
PSRC adopted new project selection guidelines thanks to input from Washington residents. Now we have another chance to weigh in.
PSRC wants your input on how to fund and build infrastructure in the Puget Sound region
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.
Watch the recording: Clean and Just Transportation Town Hall
Transportation is the largest source of climate pollution in Washington and right now, state legislators are debating if and how to put in place a new package of investments for our transportation system. On Monday, March 29, 2021 Transportation Choices joined...
Dispatch from Olympia: Transportation budgets underscore need for a Clean & Just approach
As we transition from March to April, and the regular session scheduled to conclude on April 25, the pressure is on for our legislators to move a new transportation package forward! Fiscal committee cutoff is this week, which means any bills with a fiscal component...
Dispatch from Olympia: Speak up Now for Clean & Just Transportation
The Senate and House passed bills out of their house of origin prior to cutoff on March 9. Now, legislators are back in committee to take up legislation that passed out of the opposite chamber. Now that we are over halfway done with session, our attention turns to...
Why Washington Needs a Clean and Just Transportation System Now
Our current transportation system is not working. Washington’s transportation funding system is inadequate, inflexible, and inherently inequitable, drawing primarily from regressive funding sources that overburden residents with low incomes. It doesn’t prioritize...
Clean & Just Coalition Statement: House Democrats Roll Out Bold $26 Billion Transportation Package Proposal
This is a cross-post with the Climate Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy. Transit, safety, climate, and equity prioritized like never before. On Tuesday, House Transportation Committee Chair Representative Jake Fey and his fellow Democrats unveiled a $26 billion...
Performance-Based Investing for a Clean and Just Transportation System
A new evaluation tool could help the legislature make transparent spending decisions while developing the next transportation package. Washington is a step closer to ensuring transportation spending is accountable, predictable and helps us achieve goals that benefit...
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