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Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee III


Read CTAC III’s transportation priorities for future funding.

Letter to Mayor McGinn and Councilmember Tom Rasmussen

Transportation Projects and Programs

Seattle Transportation Benefit District Governing Board approves $60 vehicle license fee for placement on November ballot, August 16, 2011. Read the media release for more details.

Overview

Resolution Number 31240 states the City’s intent to convene a Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee (CTAC) III to advise the Mayor and City Council on transportation funding alternatives and priorities. The 14-member CTAC III will be appointed by the Mayor and Council and will recommend new approaches for funding improvements to Seattle’s transportation system. Guidance from the city’s engaged stakeholder communities will help develop the framework and shared vision necessary to address the city’s commitment to affordable, safe and efficient movement for persons, goods and services.

The first task of CTAC III is to develop a proposed project list and spending plan for anticipated revenues generated by the $20 annual vehicle license fee (VLF) through the Seattle Transportation Benefit District (STBD).

The second task of the CTAC III will be to undertake a full review of the city’s transportation funding system and evaluate and examine the potential for a ballot measure asking Seattle voters to fund additional transportation projects.

Check back for updates.

Please contact Dawn Schellenberg, SDOT at Dawn.Schellenberg@Seattle.gov, or call 206.684.5189 if you have questions.

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