2022-2033 Transportation Facilities Plan Online Open House

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Thank you for your interest in the Transportation Facilities Plan. The consultation has now concluded.

Thank you for participating in the update to the city’s Transportation Facilities Plan (TFP) by visiting this online open house. Your input will help to prioritize proposed transportation improvements. Please share your thoughts on candidate projects you are most interested in by visiting the Interactive TFP Candidate Project Map and taking a brief questionnaire. This virtual open house is available from January 25 through February 15, 2021.

About the TFP

The TFP is the city’s 12-year, intermediate-range, transportation planning document that identifies priority improvements to roadways, intersections, bikeways and other transportation facilities. In September 2020, the city started the process to update the TFP. Staff are working with the Transportation Commission to identify candidate projects, establish criteria for project evaluation/prioritization and develop a prioritized list of recommended projects. Improvements in the TFP support ongoing growth in Bellevue and advance the development of a transportation system that serves needs of people using all modes: driving, walking, bicycling and transit, as well as those with mobility challenges. Community input helps to inform the prioritization of candidate projects and will be shared with the Transportation Commission which is tasked with reviewing and overseeing an update to the TFP every two to three years.

How to give your feedback

We ask that you select the tabs below and give your input:

  1. Survey tab: Tell us how you use the transportation system in Bellevue
  2. View Projects tab: View candidate projects on an interactive map and submit your comments on one or more candidate projects.
  3. Ask a Question tab: Submit a general question about the TFP update process.

Thank you for participating in the update to the city’s Transportation Facilities Plan (TFP) by visiting this online open house. Your input will help to prioritize proposed transportation improvements. Please share your thoughts on candidate projects you are most interested in by visiting the Interactive TFP Candidate Project Map and taking a brief questionnaire. This virtual open house is available from January 25 through February 15, 2021.

About the TFP

The TFP is the city’s 12-year, intermediate-range, transportation planning document that identifies priority improvements to roadways, intersections, bikeways and other transportation facilities. In September 2020, the city started the process to update the TFP. Staff are working with the Transportation Commission to identify candidate projects, establish criteria for project evaluation/prioritization and develop a prioritized list of recommended projects. Improvements in the TFP support ongoing growth in Bellevue and advance the development of a transportation system that serves needs of people using all modes: driving, walking, bicycling and transit, as well as those with mobility challenges. Community input helps to inform the prioritization of candidate projects and will be shared with the Transportation Commission which is tasked with reviewing and overseeing an update to the TFP every two to three years.

How to give your feedback

We ask that you select the tabs below and give your input:

  1. Survey tab: Tell us how you use the transportation system in Bellevue
  2. View Projects tab: View candidate projects on an interactive map and submit your comments on one or more candidate projects.
  3. Ask a Question tab: Submit a general question about the TFP update process.