Connecting Washington Transit Projects

WSDOT’s Public Transportation Division administers 21 transit-related projects authorized by the multimodal portion of the Connecting Washington transportation funding package. The funding package provides approximately $111 million for these transit projects from 2015 through 2031 and additional local options for transit initiatives.

2019-2021 Projects

Note: This table lists the eight projects that are receiving state funding during the 2019-2021 biennium. The remaining 13 transit projects listed in the Connecting Washington transportation funding package have either already received state funds or are slated to receive state funds in the future. 

Organization County Project Description 2019-2021 2017-2031
City of Seattle King Build a bridge over I-5 at Northgate Transit Center for pedestrians and bicycles. $6,000,000 $10,000,000
King County Metro King Implement bike sharing in suburban cities.  $50,000 $5,500,000
King County Metro King Expand Burien to Delridge RapidRide, serving West Seattle and Southwest King County. $2,257,000 $8,000,000
King County Metro King Expand Route 40, serving Northgate and downtown Seattle.  $1,000,000 $3,000,000
Kitsap Transit Kitsap Improve the East Bremerton Transit Center. $3,000,000 $3,000,000
Mason Transit Mason Develop park and rides and enhance existing park and rides to better serve electric vehicles. $633,000 $4,585,000
Pierce Transit Pierce Design, build and operate possible bus rapid transit on the SR7/Pacific Avenue corridor between Parkland/Spanaway and Tacoma.  $3,700,000 $15,000,000
Spokane Transit Spokane Build Spokane Central City electric trolley bus line between Gonzaga and Browne's Addition. $11,408,000 $15,000,000
Total $28,048,000  

For more information, contact Stacy Wyman, wymans@wsdot.wa.gov or 360-705-7248 or your local WSDOT Public Transportation Community Liaison.