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New guidance is available from PSRC for planners and other staff working on creating thriving communities around transit station areas. With cities and counties engaging in their local comprehensive plan updates, PSRC is working to support those efforts and help jurisdictions…
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It’s National Hispanic Heritage Month. Nearly half a million people in the region identify as Hispanic or Latinx (474,660). That’s about one out of 10 residents. This year we’re exploring data about workers with this ancestry. Since education has a big impact on career choice…
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On September 22, the Executive Board will discuss the development of a legislative agenda for the 2023 session.   The board will also enjoy a briefing on the latest trends in the Puget Sound region, including population, housing and transportation over the last year, and have an…
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The West Seattle Bridge reopened over the weekend after a two and a half year closure.  PSRC provided $14.4 million in federal funds to help complete the bridge repair project. Image Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell at the West Seattle Bridge…
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Interested in regional planning? PSRC is offering an opportunity to participate in long-range policy making.   The Transportation Policy Board and Growth Management Policy Board are looking for interest group representatives to serve as non-voting members.   Each board has…
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Carnation recently celebrated the first phase of completion for its SR203/Tolt Ave project at a ribbon cutting event.  PSRC contributed $1.2 million towards the preliminary engineering, design and construction of the project. “This project has been over ten years in the making…
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PSRC recently hosted the third workshop Passport to 2044 series, which was centered on economic development. Image You can watch the webinar here.  PSRC shared tools and resources planners can use to update their comprehensive plan to align…
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PSRC is now accepting applications to join the 2023 cohort of the Equity Advisory Committee. The Equity Advisory Committee (EAC) works with agency staff to create products as part of the Regional Equity Strategy, as well as to advise PSRC committees and policy boards on policies…
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PSRC is encouraging public comment on a $5.4 billion draft regional Transportation Improvement Program that shows projects moving forward in the central Puget Sound region through 2026, funded by state, federal, regional and local funds. The draft TIP represents over $34 billion…
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Registration is now open for PSRC’s 2022 transit-oriented development full-day event , TOD For All: Planning for 1 Million+ New People Near Transit, which will take place on October 21, 2022. Image Industry and community leaders will explore…