Commute Trip Reduction Board

enhancing transportation across washington state

Events

Opportunities

Have a CTR/TDM-related job opening in your office?
Let us know and we'll post it here!

WSDOT's Public Transportation Division is hiring several new positions! Please spread the word!

Two rideshare representative positions: KC Metro
positions open until filled!

Downtown: On the Go! coordinator ~ position open until filled!

Downtown: On the Go! intern ~ position open until filled!

ORCA Passport sales coordinator ~ Commute Seattle 
position open until filled!


Interested in joining the CTR Board?
We are accepting applications for membership! If you’d like to help shape transportation demand management policy in our state, fill out this application, save (print) a copy as a pdf file and email it to Kathy Johnston. If you have any questions, please call 360-705-7925.

2014 MEETING MATERIALS

OCTOBER
Agenda (draft)
September meeting summary
Allocation policy
Funding policy questions
Goals & targets expectations
Recent decisions

SEPTEMBER
Agenda (draft)
July meeting summary

State CTR plan 2015-2019 (draft)
Goals & targets for 2015-2020 CTR plans (ppt 3 Mb)

AUGUST
No meeting.

JULY
Agenda (draft)
June meeting summary

Performance committee: goals proposal (draft)

JUNE
Agenda (draft)
Pilot decision
Summary of alternate plans
TDM performance measures presentation (pdf)
State plan and operational policy 2011-2015
Goal design standards and flexibility discussion May 2014
State plan 2015-2019 DRAFT

MAY
Agenda (draft)
Governor’s Executive Order: Carbon pollution reduction
DOR special notice: CTR tax credit extension
Goal reconsideration
Alternative plans:
Redmond (ppt)
Seattle (pdf)
Snohomish Co. (pdf)
Tacoma (ppt)
Tukwila (Word)

APRIL
Agenda (draft)
Discussion item: Affected jurisdiction threshold recommendations (draft)
Discussion item: CTR program goal recommendations (draft)
Discussion item: four-year-cycle requirements
Discussion item: ITE Journal story (pdf)
Presentation: Evolving CTR program (ppt)

MARCH
Agenda (draft)
CTR program assessment: key questions & recommendations
CTR program assessment: executive summary
CTR program assessment: future measurement
Measurement survey: response summary
CTR program: customer needs matrix
Evaluating an evolving CTR program ~ Brian's presentation (updated)

FEBRUARY
Agenda (draft)
Redmond TMA presentation
Measurement discussion outline

JANUARY
Agenda (draft)
2014 CTR Board timeline (draft)

 

Blog Posts

Live blog: Oct. 24, 2014 meeting

Posted by Jef Lucero on October 24, 2014 at 8:57am 93 Comments

Interact live with the board as it moves through today's agenda. All meeting materials are posted on the front page of the site under "2014 MEETING MATERIALS".

Live blog: Sept. 26, 2014 meeting

Posted by Jef Lucero on September 26, 2014 at 9:45am 114 Comments

Interact live with the board as it moves through today's agenda. All meeting materials are posted on the front page of the site under "2014 MEETING MATERIALS".

Live blog: July 25, 2014 meeting

Posted by Jef Lucero on July 25, 2014 at 9:35am 124 Comments

Interact live with the board as it moves through today's agenda. All meeting materials are posted on the front page of the site under "2014 MEETING MATERIALS".

Live blog: June 27, 2014 meeting

Posted by Jef Lucero on June 27, 2014 at 10:16am 81 Comments

Interact live with the board as it moves through today's agenda. All meeting materials are posted on the front page of the site under "2014 MEETING MATERIALS".

media & more

The science and culture of America's "unwalking" tendencies in our car-first society. Fascinating! Part one of four: http://slate.me/HGFRmk

Among young Americans, driving continues to decline while transit & cycling keep going up. The future is bright! More: http://bit.ly/HhHhoa

Wonderful story on the benefits of commute options and alternatives! Check it out at http://bit.ly/wJis9W

Longtime CTR advocate Jessyn Farrell running for House seat: http://bit.ly/IFpNkt

Transportation as a civil right: an overlooked part of the discussion? http://bit.ly/qhTD8b

Seattle's urban 'greenways'- designated streets offer safer, non-motorized ways of getting around: http://bit.ly/x49aht

 
 
 

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