Current News:

Palouse RTPO has moved its main office location from Clarkston, WA to

Pullman, WA effective July 2017

Palouse RTPO’s Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) 2017-18, outlining

agencies brief planning activities for the upcoming year will be reviewed on

March 30th at the PTBA conference room- 9am at 1494 Poplar St, Clarkston

WA (UPWP 2017-18 draft)

Interested in our Palouse Driver Education Campaign?

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Palouse RTPO has embarked on a year long Driver education campaign for the

Palouse Region focusing on US195 and SR26; First public meeting will be held

on Nov 21, 2016 at Pullman highschool from 5:30 to 7Pm.

Palouse RTPO Long Range Regional Transportation Plan Public Survey has

been officially closed on Oct 31, 2016. We appreciate all your input.

Palouse RTPO is seeking a Temporary Project Intern position begining Oct

2016 till Sep 2017. (Click here to apply)

Palouse RTPO Board Meeting is scheduled on July 12 at the Dahmen Barn in

Uniontown, WA (Click here for details)

Your Participation and Input is Requested: Long Range Regional

Transportation Plan 2016-2036 

Seven Public Meetings are being held covering Asotin, Columbia, Garfield and

Whitman Counties during first and second week of June to get your input on

various issues of transportation (Click here for details)

The Palouse RTPO Regional Long Range Transportation Plan 2036- Steering

Committee monthly meeting will be held at the PRTPO Conference Room on

May 12 @ 1pm. (Learn More)

WSDOT, in collaboration with the City of Colfax & the Palouse RTPO  has

applied for the Tiger Grant 2016 to improve the SR 26 and US195 Intersection

Roundabout Design project. (Learn More)

Final Draft for the Palouse Regional Freight study has been completed.

The Final Draft of the Palouse Regional Freight Study 2015 is out for public

and stake holders comments (comments due by Feb 29, 5pm)  (Learn More)

Complete Streets Policy Information- Click here

TAP Call for Projects Awardees have been announced on Jan 13, 2016

(Click here for more details)

The Palouse RTPO has selected the City of Pomeroy and the Town of Rosalia

for a complete street policy project for the 2016.

Palouse RTPO Workshop: (Click here to Register) - Select the interested course

o Safe Routes to School  (SRTS) Workshop: Dec 10, 2015 (Flyer I  Agenda) o Complete Street Workshop: Dec 11, 2015 (Flyer I Agenda)

Palouse RTPO’s Call for Projects for TAP fund is announced on Oct 5,2015

All applications will be due with all necessary and required information by 5pm on Nov 30th. (Click here for details)

Palouse RTPO is presenting our School Walk Study (2013) at Rural

Walkability Webinar on Sept 24th (Click here for details)

Palouse RTPO has recently signed a WSDOT’s new contract to promote and

educate Local Agencies with a Complete Street Program for our region (Learn

More)

Palouse RTPO and Local Public Transits are conducting a public outreach

meetings to get your feedback on transit services throughout the region.

Palouse Regional Freight Study (2015) project:

This project was sought out for a qualified consultants and after reviewing various consultants, PRTPO has decided to award this project to Dr. Ken Casavant (DBA Palouse Partners). Please click on link(s) below to see further details on our requirement and deadlines: o Palouse RTPO RFQ Document 

Palouse RTPO represented our Regional HSTCP (Human Services

Transportation Coordination Plan) to ACCT (Agency council on Coordinated

Transportation) during their July 12th, 2015 meeting. (Learn More)

TIB (Transportation Improvement Board) is currently seeking a Call for

projects. (Learn More)

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