Those looking to have their voice heard on a regional Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) featuring $344 million in projects have their chance through the month as the Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council (RTC) invites comment on their draft 2020-2023 plan.
Projects included in the four-year plan range from investments on state highways, county and city streets, mass transit and bicycle and pedestrian connections, according to an RTC release. A draft of the plan itself is available at rtc.wa.gov/reports/tip/tip2020-23(draft).pdf and a draft project list can be found at rtc.wa.gov/reports/tip/TipProjects2020-2023(draft).pdf.
Public comments are open until Oct. 1, with the RTC board scheduled to approve the final program at its meeting that day.
Written comments should be sent to RTC, PO Box 1366, Vancouver, WA, 98666, or through the online public feedback form at rtc.wa.gov/agency/feedback/?subj=TIP%20Project%20Comments. Comments can also be made at the board meeting at 4 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Clark County Public Service Center hearing room at 1300 Franklin St., Vancouver.