The TPB believes that public input into its process is valuable and makes its products better. Regional transportation planning cannot, and should not, be based simply upon technical analysis. The information derived from citizen involvement is essential to good decision-making.
There are many ways that members of the public can get involved with the process of developing the CLRP, both through formal TPB committee structures and occasions for individual comment. However, citizens should be aware that the TPB’s planning process is but one of many transportation planning activities, including the development of state and local transportation plans, that shape the transportation system in the Washington region.
Learn more about how public input shapes the CLRP by following the links below: