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Formula Grants Program

Awarded for 2017-2019 biennium

WSDOT awarded more than $48.7 million in formula-based public transportation grants—appropriating current-law funding along with new revenue from the Governor's Connecting Washington initiative—to transit agencies for projects beginning July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2019. These grants improve public transportation for Washington residents, particularly for persons with disabilities, seniors, children and people in rural areas.


  Recipient

Special Needs
2017-2019

Sales Tax
Equalization 2017

Asotin County PTBA

$39,329

$59,319

Ben Franklin Transit

$3,313,812

C-TRAN

$2,411,887

City of Selah

$13,955

City of Union Gap

$28,939

Clallam Transit System

$419,574

$281,743

Columbia County Public Transportation

$264,949

 

Community Transit

$1,623,564

Everett Transit

$1,238,497

Garfield County Public Transportation

$36,803

Grant Transit Authority

$486,950

Grays Harbor Transit Authority

$549,072

$1,244,354

Intercity Transit

$1,762,790

Island Transit

$943,876

$2,458,152

Jefferson Transit Authority

$244,038

$222,395

King County Metro Transit

$12,203,700

Kitsap Transit

$2,229,961

$1,397,735

Link Transit

$732,394

Mason County Transportation Authority

$1,331,771

$1,729,830

Pacific Transit

$120,842

$203,466

Pierce Transit

$3,800,282

Pullman Transit

$168,915

RiverCities Transit

$296,622

Skagit Transit

$884,014

Spokane Transit Authority

$2,819,231

TranGO

$36,803

$160,042

Twin Transit

$457,340

Valley Transit

$334,826

$298,714

Whatcom Transportation Authority

$1,599,268

Yakima Transit

$284,996

Totals

$40,679,000

$8,055,750