Transportation Alternatives Program
Project Selection Survey
Skagit-Island Regional Transportation Planning Organization (SIRTPO) would like your input to help guide non-motorized transportation project investments. SIRTPO has around $700,000 in Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funding to award to eligible projects. These funds can be used for various non-roadway projects such as bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, recreational trails, community improvement activities, and safe routes to school.
SIRTPO will be issuing a call for projects in the coming months to award the TAP funding to eligible projects on a competitive basis. You can provide input to help determine which types of projects should be eligible for the regional funds as well as what factors should be considered when ranking the projects. Please take a few minutes to respond to the survey in the link below. Your input will help the SIRTPO Policy Board determine the best use for these regionally-allocated funds.
The survey will be closed at 5:00 PM on February 13, 2015.
If you have any comments/questions, please email Gabe Philips.
Whidbey Air Park Access Study
Materials from our November 12th Open House are now available:
(projects listed in blue link to detailed project descriptions)
Click here for information about the update to the County's Comprehensive Plan Transportation Element
Click here for information about the Skagit-Island Regional Transportation Planning Organization (SIRTPO)
Other relevant plans and documents are available here
Thank for taking the time to submit your concerns, questions, or suggestions.
6th and Main Streets
P.O. Box 5000
Coupeville, WA 98239-5000
Tel: (360) 678-5111
From Camano: (360) 629-4522
S. Whidbey: (360) 321-5111
FAX: (360) 678-4550