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Language assistance, inlcluding translated materials, for people with limited English proficiency is avialable upon request in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Presidential Executive Order 13166. Jerry Ayres, HSTP project manager; ayresj@wsdot.wa.gov; 360-705-7912 (Olympia)

 

 

About the Statewide HSTP

The Washington State Department of Transportation is dedicated to working closely with its partners and stakeholders, inclulding the state's regional transportation planning organizations (RTPO) and local governments, to ensure efficient transportation options are available and accessible to all.

These long-standing partnerships keep our state's transportation system connected and find solutions that fit the needs of communities, regions and the entire statewide transportation system.

The statewide HSTP advances key themes and common strategies from each of the 14 RTPO-sponsored plans to a statewide level. In developing the plan, WSDOT sought interjurisdictional strategies that encompassed multiple service areas. Regional efforts identified local needs and unique issues that the statewide plan was designed to address.

 

The Partners

The HSTP partners include all 15 RTPOs in Washington state, as well as special needs transportation service providers, social service non-profits, tribal governments and transportation organizations, veterans, local and regional transit agencies and other
municipal agencies.

Project Advisory Committee

 

Regional transportation planning

The Federal Transit Administration requires the establishment of local coordinated plans for all human services transportation programs. Applicants for WSDOT's public transportation grant program are required to participate in the planning process with their local regional transportation planning organization (RTPO) or metropolitan planning organization (MPO).

RTPO Human Service Plans


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