Puget Sound Regional Council General Assembly

The General Assembly is PSRC’s annual meeting where members vote on major decisions, including adoption of PSRC’s budget and election of officers. All mayors, county executives, commissioners, and councilmembers of PSRC member jurisdictions and tribes have votes at the Assembly and are encouraged to participate. We need at least one elected official from your jurisdiction

Puget Sound Gateway program kicks off

Connecting SR 167 and SR 509 to I-5 Puget Sound Gateway program will help move freight faster. (Photo – Port of Tacoma) State and regional leaders celebrated the beginning of the Puget Sound Gateway Program this month. This multiyear program will complete SR 167 in Pierce County and SR 509 in King County. These new

2050 Forecasts for Aviation Demand

Aviation plays a critical role for people and businesses in the growing central Puget Sound region. Along with the region’s population and job growth, air passenger traffc and cargo volumes have reached record levels and are expected to increase. PSRC is leading a Regional Aviation Baseline Study to provide a clear picture of the aviation

Port Of Seattle – Resolution No 3212

Update to Master Plan passed to enable the Third Runway construction to commence. The Commission finds that the EIS for Proposed Master Plan Update Development Actions (including the PSRC-issued EIS Addendum) is adequate and meets the requirements of the State Environmental Policy Act, Ch. 43.21C RCW. Section 2. The Comnission hereby adopts the Airport Master