SDOT wants to hear from you on your community’s transportation needs and priorities
Information from Seattle Department of Transportation
From now through summer 2022, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is asking communities to share their transportation needs and priorities in order to help develop the Seattle Transportation Plan (STP). This is the first round of community outreach and SDOT will be working with the community and community-based organization partners to help shape how everyone moves around the city and enjoy streets and public spaces.
To provide insight, the public can check out the newly-launched Seattle Transportation Plan Online Engagement Hub, where they can take a new survey to share their transportation priorities, come to an upcoming event and tell the department what they see places for change.
The input people provide will help build the foundation of the STP. In fall 2022, SDOT will come back to the community with what they heard and follow-up questions. In spring 2023, SDOT will share the draft plan publicly.
The STP is SDOT’s commitment to building a safe, efficient, and affordable transportation system. The STP is an opportunity for everyone to imagine how they want to move around the city in the future. The STP will guide local transportation investments for the next 20 years.
In addition, the Office of Community Planning and Development (OPCD) is asking for input on the Seattle Comprehensive Plan Update. This is called the One Seattle Plan, and will guide important decisions such as where housing and jobs are, and where and how the City invests in transportation, utilities, parks, and more. The goal is to make Seattle more equitable, livable, sustainable, and resilient.
People can visit OPCD’s One Seattle Plan Engagement Hub to learn more and share input to guide Seattle’s big-picture future.
To learn more about the STP and share ideas: