Regional Transportation Plan

Last Updated: 
Jun 22, 2018

PSRC is extending the Regional Transportation Plan to 2050.

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PSRC is developing the draft Regional Transportation Plan, which will respond to the priorities of VISION 2050 and describe how the region will meet transportation needs into the future, addressing existing needs and expected growth. 

The plan outlines investments the region is making to improve all aspects of the transportation system – from transit, rail, ferry, streets and highways, freight and bicycle and pedestrian systems – and ensure the safe and efficient movement of people and goods.

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The draft plan has been released for public comment through February 28, 2022. Visit our online open house to learn more about the plan, watch short videos on the elements of the plan, view the full text of the document and make a comment. 

PSRC will host three public webinars with a live presentation and question and answer session:

 Other ways to comment:

More Information

Transportation System Visualization Tool

Resilience Web Map

Environmental Review for the 2022 Regional Transportation Plan

The SEPA Background Memorandum was shared at the Transportation Policy Board meeting on July 9, 2020. The VISION 2050 Environmental Impact Statement includes an analysis of the Regional Transportation Plan extended to the year 2050.

Projects and Approval Requirements

The Regional Capacity Projects List and Approval Process page includes a list of current regional capacity projects, as well as information on thresholds and requirements.

Regional Transportation Plan 2018

The current Regional Transportation Plan was adopted by the PSRC General Assembly on May 31, 2018. It maps how the region intends to catch up and keep pace with expected growth, and outlines unprecedented investments in the region is making to improve highway, transit, rail, ferry, bicycle and pedestrian systems to support the safe and efficient movement of people and goods.