2022-2033 Transportation Facilities Plan Update

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

Thank you for your interest in the update to the city’s Transportation Facilities Plan (TFP). Although the online open house is closed you are still able to view candidate projects.by visiting the Interactive TFP Candidate Project Map..

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.

Please contact the staff listed to the right should you have specific questions.

Thank you.

Thank you for your interest in the update to the city’s Transportation Facilities Plan (TFP). Although the online open house is closed you are still able to view candidate projects.by visiting the Interactive TFP Candidate Project Map..

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.

Please contact the staff listed to the right should you have specific questions.

Thank you.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

Thank you participating in the update to the city's Transportation Facilities Plan. Should you have a specific questions about the TFP adoption process or a project, ask it here and we'll post the answer. 

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    1. Are the project costs the life cycle costs for the project, i.e., do they include all acquisition, ownership and retirement costs? 2. What cost year are the project costs expressed in? 3. How do I obtain copies of the cost estimate information for each project (information that shows property acquisition costs, design, construction, maintenance, retirement, construction schedule, etc.?

    Captain Midnight asked over 1 year ago

    Hi Captain Midnight - Cost figures for the Preliminary Transportation Facilities Plan (TFP) projects are under development. When complete, the project costs that are reflected in the TFP will either be a sum of design, right-of-way and construction costs or a placeholder for a portion of the previously mentioned elements. If you would like more information, please contact the staff listed as contacts for this process. Thank you.