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Redmond broke ground last week for the last segment of its Central Connector Trail. The paved path will be a boon for people who walk or bike from the city to Sammamish, Kirkland or other parts of the Eastside. "Trails bring the region together," says Josh Brown, PSRC's…
On November 10, the Transportation Policy Board will be briefed on the latest Transit Integration Report. The 2022 report highlights coordination between transit agencies on the free youth transit pass, ensuring eligibility for Move Ahead Washington funds and improving ORCA and…
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PSRC recently hosted a housing-themed webinar in its Passport to 2044 series focused on racially disparate impacts, where PSRC and partners shared tools and resources planners can use to update their comprehensive plans to align with VISION 2050’s policy framework. You can watch…
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Puget Sound recovery is a key strategy in VISION 2050. The development of stormwater parks is one effective method for fixing legacy stormwater problems, and is an efficient way to both treat stormwater and provide recreational opportunities for communities. On November 3, the…
The Executive Board will take action on the regional Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) on October 27. The $5.4 billion TIP shows projects moving forward in the central Puget Sound region through 2026, that are funded by state, federal, regional and local funds. The TIP…
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PSRC is excited to host a two-part TOOLBOX peer networking event on November 4 to share information and resources for planning and funding stormwater parks. The  event will consist of a webinar from 10 a.m – 12 p.m., where representatives from Kitsap County and Kirkland will…
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The Planning for Recreation Access program was recently created by the Washington State Legislature to encourage recreation planning in communities with insufficient access to outdoor recreation. The grants are intended to support collaboration between local governments,…
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PSRC is hosting an all-day event on Transit-Oriented Development on October 21, 2022. The hybrid event will feature a zoom panel from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and in-person afternoon walking tours from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Join industry and community leaders to explore innovative…
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On October 13, the Transportation Policy Board will review comments received to date on the draft Regional Transportation Improvement Program and make its recommendation to the Executive Board.   The board will also be briefed on the development of a legislative agenda and…
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Since time immemorial, The Coast Salish Tribes have lived in the central Puget Sound area, protecting land, knowledge and tradition for generations. While each Tribe is unique, all share in having a deep historical connection and legacy of respect for the land and natural…