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PALOUSE RTPO We are a Washington DOT regulated Transportation planning organization for the four Counties of Asotin, Garfield,  Columbia and Whitman in the Southeast Washington State. We work closely with local and regional community, Public Transit Agencies, Ports, Cities, Towns,  Counties, WSDOT and the Lewis-Clark Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (LCVMPO)  to deliver comprehensive transportation planning and policy services for the region. Palouse RTPO Regional Arc GIS Map (pdf) Why were RTPOs created? RTPOs were authorized as part of the 1990 Growth Management Act to ensure local and regional  coordination of transportation plans.  (Learn More)  What is an RTPO?  A Regional Transportation Planning Organization (RTPO) is formed through a  voluntary association of local governments within a county or contiguous counties. RTPO  members include cities, counties, WSDOT, tribes, ports, transportation service providers,  private employers and others.  Click here for our regional map and members.   Please see our public involvement section to find upcoming events, meetings, programs and  public participation studies.  What do RTPO do? (Click here)  Current News: Palouse Regional Freight Study (2015) project: This project was sought out for a qualified consultants and after reviewing   various consultants, PRTPO has decided to award this project to Dr. Ken  Casavant (DBA Palouse Partners).  Please click on link(s) below to see further details on our requirement and deadlines:  Palouse RTPO RFQ Document  Preliminary work plan Teleconference Call details- May 14th 10 AM and 2 PM
Upcoming Events: Previous Events Freight study teleconference call- May 14th, 2015 10:30 AM and 2 PM Transit Agency meeting: May 22nd
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