Transit Talks are quarterly forums on hot-button transportation issues in the
Puget Sound region.

Event start:
October 24, 2019 12:00 PM
Event end:
October 24, 2019 01:00 PM

Seattle City Hall

Bertha Knight Landes Room

600 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104

Bertha Knight Landes Room is located on Floor 1 of City Hall - Fifth Avenue entrance.

The City of Seattle is eager to provide a variety of accommodations and services for access and communications.

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Public transit can be a lifeline for people, connecting them to work, school, and their community. But we can’t connect our communities with great transit if we don’t have the funding.

Washington ranks 17th in the nation in state transit funding – providing $14.07 in transit funding per capita compared to the national average of $42.11 per capita. And 100% of Washington’s gas tax only funds highway projects, not transit. What sources of funding can keep our transit system moving forward?

Join TCC for our quarterly Transit Talk and learn more about how our transportation system is currently funded, how we can create equitable revenue sources, and potential future funding opportunities.

Speakers include:

  • Senator Joe Nguyen - 34th District
  • Reema Griffith - Washington State Transportation Commission, Executive Director
  • Bryce Yadon - Bryce Yadon Consulting
  • John Resha - King County Metro, Assistant General Manager for Finance & Administration

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Founded in 1993, Transportation Choices is a statewide policy and advocacy nonprofit dedicated to bringing Washingtonians more and better transportation choices. We work hard to preserve and expand access to public transit and active transportation options across the state. In addition to our work to preserve and expand transportation options, Transportation Choices also offers education and outreach programs to encourage Washingtonians to choose alternatives to driving alone. TCC is the organizer of this Transit Talk