We are the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) funded and regulated Transportation planning organization for the SE corner of the WA serving four Counties of Asotin, Garfield, Columbia and Whitman. Palouse RTPO was originally formed in 1993 between the four counties as a result of Growth Management Act (GMA) to ensure local and regional coordination of Transportation plans. (Learn More)We work closely with four counties, 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.
RTPOs were authorized as part of the 1990 Growth Management Act to ensure local and regional coordination of transportation plans. (Learn More at WSDOT Website)
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.
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:oPalouse RTPO RFQ DocumentoPreliminary work planoTeleconference Call details- May 14th 10 AM and 2 PMoStakeholders meetings- (10 Am -12 noon)▪July 11th- Port of Whitman office▪July 16th- City of Clarkston officeoInterim ReportoInterim report and a presentation by Dr Ken Casavant, will be held in Board meeting on July 21st.