Our Region by 2030 - The Cascadia Center

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DESTINATION
Regional
Local
2004 Review and
Progress Report
2030
Personal
DESTINATION
Snohomish
2030
Key Messages
• Ours is a Growing Region
• We Have a Balanced Plan
• Linking Land Use and
Transportation
Kitsap
King
• Investment and Finance
Principles
• Monitoring Performance
Pierce
Metropolitan System Plan
The Puget Sound Regional Council
Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)
Regional Transportation Planning Organization (RTPO)
2004 Review and Progress
Report
• A report to our federal planning partners
• Reviews the currency of the plan
• Incorporates new demographic data and economic
forecast
• Includes an updated air quality conformity finding
• Highlights of strategic and programmatic progress
Progress Made
Strategies
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Growth Management
Congestion Management
Transportation Improvement Program
Safety and Security
Travel Demand Strategies
Transportation System Management
Progress Made
Programs
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State Ferry and Highway Programs
Local Transit
Seattle Monorail
Regional Transit
Non-motorized
Freight
Aviation
New Modeling of Performance
• Travel demand modeling reinforces plan performance
findings from Destination 2030
• Air Quality - positive finding of conformity with the State
Implementation Plan
• Revenue Forecasts – Current Law Revenues up from
$57b to $76b (new economic forecasts and new state, and local funding)
Program Needs
$105 Billion
City Streets &
County Roads
Highways
$24.7 B
$24.7 B
Other - $2 B
Ferries
$7.4 B
$25.4 B
$19.4 B
Local Transit
Seattle Monorail - $1.5 B
Regional Transit
Financial Strategy
New Revenue
Needed: $29 B
New Revenue Strategies
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Current Law
Revenue: $76 B
RTID
Federal Reauthorization
New Statewide Funding
Tolling
To Learn More . . .
The Draft 2004 Review and Progress Report is available in
print, or online at
http://www.psrc.org/projects/mtp/2004progress/progress.htm
For more information, please contact Kathy McMullen at
(206) 464 – 6172 or [email protected]