|Other titles||Vision 2020., Multicounty planning policies for King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties.|
|Statement||[Puget Sound Regional Council].|
|Contributions||Puget Sound Regional Council.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
Get this from a library! Vision growth strategy and transportation plan for the Central Puget Sound Region: final environmental impact statement.. [Puget Sound Council of Governments.;]. Metropolitan Transportation Action Strategy additional air quality alternatives arterial Blue Ribbon Commission central Puget Sound City of Seattle Clean Air Act Commission on Transportation congestion costs Councilmember designated urban centers Destination efficient Everett federal ferry service freeway future Growth Management Act. § Regional growth management in central Puget Sound, WA § Regional geographies § Scenario planning process to update region’s framework growth management strategy Today’s Presentation Seattle Bellevue Bremerton Tacoma Everett § Snohomish, King, Kitsap and Pierce Counties § 5 Central Cities § 6, Square Miles § Million People. Central Puget Sound Region 2. VISION • Urban Growth Area • Centers strategy • Fast, frequent public transportation • Minimize incompatible rural, resource area development • Different city roles Regional Plan for Sustainable Development Sustainable Communities Implementation 3.
A Regional Economic Strategy for Puget Sound An extraordinary economic development effort is underway in the central Puget Sound region. Hundreds of government, business, labor and nonprofit leaders in King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties have organized a . tunity in the central Puget Sound region as part of the Growing Transit Communities partnership, analyzing factors such as housing and neighborhood quality, education, jobs, transportation, and health. A series of maps illustrate where opportunity-rich communities exist, assess who has access to these neighborhoods, and help to un-File Size: 8MB. Central Puget Sound Region. Environmental & Land Use Hearings Office. MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box , Olympia, WA PHYSICAL ADDRESS: Israel Rd. SW, Suite , Tumwater, WA TELEPHONE: () | FAX: () EMAIL: [email protected] (c) Environmental & Land Use Hearings Office. Annual Population Change in the Central Puget Sound 68k 82k 86k 63k King Pierce Snohomish 81% of the region's population growth was people of color. Planning Framework. Transportation Plan Strategy for .
Puget Sound Council of Governments. Vision Growth Strategy and Transportation Plan for the Central Puget Sound Region, Final Environmental Impact Statement. September Harvey, G., and E. Deakin. A Manual of Regional Transportation Modeling Practice for Air Quality Analysis. National Association of Regional Councils, July Growing Transit Communities Strategy Executive Summary Our region has a shared vision for a sustainable future that will benefit our people, our prosperity, and our planet. VISION , the central Puget Sound region’s long-range plan for growth, transportation, and economic development, describesFile Size: 4MB. Sound Transit, the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority, was created in pursuant to State enabling legislation (RCW ). It is a special-purpose metropolitan municipal corporation, responsible for the construction and operation of highcapacity public transportation systems within its . Sound Transit King County Seattle, Washington Report on Citizen Hotline Investigation Attached is the official report on Citizen Hotline Case No. H for the Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority, doing business as Sound Transit.