AASHTO –SCOM/TRB 2012 Conference
The American Association of State Highways and Transportation Officials (AASHTO); Subcommittee on Maintenance (SCOM) and the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Maintenance and Preservation Committees organize and conduct conferences every three years to provide information on the state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice in maintenance operations and management to professionals responsible for maintaining and preserving highways.
Commute Trip Reduction Board
Since the passage of the CTR Act in 1991, Washington State has worked to remove trips from the highway system. Programs created by the CTR Board focus on removing trips by encouraging local jurisdictions and large employers to develop plans that motivate employees to commute in ways other than driving alone.
Expert Review Panel for Sound Transit Phase Two (ST2)
The Expert Review Panel, as required by State law, provides independent, expert technical review for the Phase 2 Plan Update being conducted by Sound Transit.
I-90 Independent Review Team
Welcome to the website for the Independent Review of Light Rail Transit Feasibility across Interstate 90 – Homer M. Hadley Floating Bridge.
National Safety Rest Area Conference - 2008
More with Less: Balancing Safety, Technology, and Sustainability
Seattle, Washington – October 1–3, 2008
Pacific Northwest Snowfighters
The Pacific Northwest Snowfighters (PNS) Association strives to serve
the traveling public by evaluating and establishing specifications for
products used in winter maintenance that emphasize safety, environmental
preservation, infrastructure protection, cost-effectiveness and performance.
Peninsula Regional Transportation Planning Organization
Forum for developing policies and making decisions about regional growth management, economic and transportation issues in Clallam, Jefferson, *Kitsap and Mason counties.
Region 43 Review Committees
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC)-designated Region 43 consists of the state of Washington. The Regional Review Committee addresses allocation of spectrum in the public safety 800 MHz and 700MHz band.
Target Zero The Target Zero plan includes dozens of strategies to further reduce traffic fatalities and serious injuries.