December 3, 2020


Regional Transportation Planning, Research, Investment Strategies, and Funding.

Fiscal Year 2021 Unified Planning Work Program Draft Available for Review

RTC is looking ahead to Fiscal Year 2021 which begins July 1, 2020, and goes through June 30, 2021. As such, a proposed draft transportation planning work program for FY 2021 is now available for public review. The UPWP documents proposed transportation planning work activities. It is a core component of a coordinated transportation planning process required by federal and state governments. The RTC Board reviewed the draft document at its April 7 meeting and a final draft will be brought back to seek Board adoption at the Board’s May 5 meeting.


Public Meeting Notice: April 7 Board of Directors
The April 7 RTC Board of Directors meeting is Closed to Public Attendance in accordance with Governor’s Proclamation 20-28. All members of the Board of Directors may attend the meeting by telephone or webinar format and can fully participate.
Public Access and Participation. This meeting will be broadcast live on CVTV (Comcast channel 23) and available on to stream. The public may participate by joining a teleconference at (351-888-7211) prior to the start of the meeting, or writing to [email protected] up to an hour before the meeting begins. Read more...

Agency Response to COVID-19 OutbreakStay Home. Limit Travel. Save Lives.

COVID-19 is having a serious impact on our community and around the world. In accordance with Governor Inslee’s
Proclamation 20-28,
and out of concern for the health and safety of our staff, our colleagues, and the public we serve, RTC will follow the public meeting guidelines established to minimize spread of the novel coronavirus. Until further notice, meetings deemed essential will be held virtually, with a minimum of on-site personnel present. Public
access will be provided online. Please contact your meeting organizer to confirm plans for
meetings you’d planned to attend.

2019 Annual Report on RTC’s Operations and Technology Program

The program known as Vancouver Area Smart Trek (VAST) is a partnership of transportation agencies in the Clark County region established to improve transportation system operations and performance through the use of smart technology and the system and communications infrastructure needed to support it. The VAST agencies, made up of WSDOT, Clark County, City of Vancouver, C-TRAN, and RTC collaborate on signal systems, freeway and arterial management, traveler information, and transit signal priority projects. Investments on operational and technology projects have been a small, but effective part of the overall transportation funding program.
The annual report summarizes key 2019 accomplishments and recurring, recent and upcoming activities of the program.

Board Awards $14.2 million to Fund Critical Projects

On October 1, the RTC Board selected 15 projects to receive approximately $14.2 million in regionally allocated federal transportation funds. Projects will be programmed over the next four years, and include funding of transportation improvements in Cities of Vancouver, Camas, Battle