Transportation projects move to final funding

Executive Board to act on $17.5 million for community transportation projects

New sidewalks, bike trails and other community transportation projects are up for final approval by the Executive Board on January 25.

The projects recommended for funding are:

  • King County Parks – East Lake Sammamish Trail North Extension, PE/Design and Construction, $2,318,683
  • Pierce County – 121st Street South Streetscape Improvements, PE/Design and Construction, $1,017,325
  • Seattle – Bell St. Protected Bike Lane, Construction, $1,349,521
  • Tacoma – Revitalizing Tacoma's Brewery District with Complete Streets: Phase I, Construction, $2,201,474
  • King County Metro – White Center - RapidRide H Line Non-Motorized Safety Improvements, PE/Design and Construction, $951,631
  • Seattle – Cowen Park Historic Bridge, Construction, $2,409,859
  • Bainbridge Island – Olympic Drive Non-Motorized Improvement Project, Construction, $878,320
  • Issaquah – Newport Way Non-Motorized Improvement Project - SR 900 to SE 54th St., PE/Design, $1,550,888
  • Tacoma – Pipeline Trail, Phase III Construction, Construction, $1,936,057
  • Lynnwood – 44th Ave. W/I-5 Underpass Improvements, PE/Design, $255,672
  • Sultan – Sultan Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge, Construction, $2,500,000
  • Kitsap Transit – Bremerton Transportation Center ADA Improvements, Construction, $153,412

For more information or to comment on the projects, please see our Project Selection page

Also on the board’s agenda:

  • Establishing the policies and procedures for PSRC’s next major funding process, which will select projects for about $524 million the region expects to receive in 2021 and 2022.
  • Latest 2050 forecasts for jobs and population, which will establish the growth assumptions for VISION 2050.
  • Regional Transportation Plan briefing
  • Certifying comprehensive plans for Arlington, Carnation, Duvall, Granite Falls and Pacific
  • Adopting a routine amendment to the 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program adding 8 projects
  • Authorizing a change in project status for Sound Transit Tacoma Link Extension
  • Adopting regional safety performance management targets

You can find the full agenda here. The meeting will be Thursday, January 25, 10– 11:30 a.m., at PSRC. Attend in person or watch the meeting video.