Transportation 2040 contains both projects and programs planned over the next 25 years. This map contains the Regional Capacity Projects as revised per the proposed 2015 minor amendment. For more information on planned investments in local projects or programs, refer to the Transportation 2040
Projects are shown in blue. Click on any part of a project line for more information. When a project is selected it will turn dark red and the project title, sponsoring agency, description, total project cost, and improvement type will appear on the right.
Context information available on the map
To view projects in the contexts of other important geographical features use the left panel to select which types of data you would like to see on the map.
Use the legend to identify the information displayed on the map.
Zoom closer to a project by using the mouse wheel or the plus and minus icons located in the left hand corner of the map. To return to the original view, click on the home button.
You can toggle between open streets view and satellite view by hitting the button between the plus and minus icons and home button.
You can search by projects by name or sponsor by using the drop down menu.
Below is a brief description of each data layer in the TIP web map.
This data layer shows the average level of congestion during AM peak travel hours. Congestion is measured as a ratio of average traffic volume to roadway capacity.
This data layer shows the average level of congestion during PM peak travel hours. Congestion is measured as a ratio of average traffic volume to roadway capacity.
This layer shows the boundaries of the four counties within the central Puget Sound region; Snohomish, King, Pierce, and Kitsap counties.
Urban Growth Area
This layer shows the designated Urban Growth Area for the central Puget Sound region.
This layer shows the primary designated freight routes.
Concentrations of Poverty
This layer displays concentrations of poverty at the census tract level. Tracts were assigned a poverty classification if they had greater than the regional average of residents living at or below the US Department of Health and Human Services Poverty Guidelines, 10.1 percent.
This layer displays areas of high concentration of minority populations at the census block level. Blocks were classified as a minority block if the minority portion of the population exceeds the regional rate of 31.2 percent.
Regional Growth Centers
This layer displays the designated Regional Growth Centers. Regional Growth Centers are identified for housing and employment growth.
Manufacturing Industrial Centers
This layer displays the designated regional Manufacturing and Industrial Centers. Manufacturing and Industrial Centers are areas of intensive manufacturing and/or industrial activity and are identified as locations for increased employment.
This layer displays the military bases in the central Puget Sound Region.