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West Plains Subarea Transportation Management Plan

Study Area Phase 1 – US 2 Vicinity

The West Plains Subarea Transportation Management Plan study area includes the City of Airway Heights, City of Spokane, Spokane County, Spokane Tribal lands, Kalispel Tribal lands, Fairchild Air Force Base, and the Spokane International Airport. The primary east-west routes in this area are US 2 and Interstate 90 (I-90). The primary north-south routes are Rambo, Craig, Hayford, and Spotted roads. See the map below for the study area limits.

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Purpose & Need

The West Plains Sub-Area Transportation Management Plan Phase 1, US 2 Vicinity, focuses on land use and multimodal transportation in and around the US 2 corridor. Previous transportation studies have identified congestion and safety concerns around US 2, and a need for additional parallel transportation options for all users.

The West Plains Subarea Transportation Management Plan will:

  • refine past studies,
  • evaluate current and future land use and transportation conditions,
  • propose “practical solution” strategies that will provide for the evolving transportation needs

See purpose and need statement as developed in collaboration with our regional partners: West Plains Subarea Management Plan – Phase 1, US 2 Vicinity “Purpose and Need” (PDF 646 KB)

Regional Partners

  • West Plains Chamber of Commerce
  • City of Airway Heights
  • City of Spokane
  • Fairchild Air Force Base
  • Kalispel Tribe
  • West Plains Airport Area Public Development Authority (PDA)
  • Spokane County
  • Spokane International Airport
  • Spokane Regional Transportation Council (SRTC)
  • Spokane Tribe
  • Spokane Transit Authority (STA)

Meet the Regional Technical Team

Technical Advisory Team

Technical Advisory Team (from left to right) : Toby Broemmeling – West Plains Chamber of Commerce, Barry Greene – Spokane County, Matthew Hui – WSDOT, Jason Lien – Spokane Regional Transportation Council (SRTC), Inga Note – City of Spokane, Mike Ulrich – SRTC, Mohamed Traore – WSDOT, David Luders – Fairchild Air Force Base (FAFB), Bonnie Gow – WSDOT, Steve Davenport – Spokane County, Charlene Kay – WSDOT, Sean Messner – Spokane County, Anna Ragaza-Bourassa – WSDOT, Megan Abhold – Kalispel Tribe, Larry Frostad – WSDOT, Kathy Murray – WSDOT, Kathleen Weinand – Spokane Transit Authority, and Matthew McCain – FAFB.

Not pictured: Lisa Corcoran – Spokane International Airport (SIA), Matt Breen – SIA, Eve Nelson – SRTC, Mike Bjordahl – WSDOT, Richard Warren – WSDOT, Jeffrey Johnson – FAFB, Julia Whitford – Kalispel Tribe, Matt Lower – Kalispel Tribe, Mark Bergam – City of Airway Heights, Todd Coleman – West Plains-Airport Development Authority, Bill White – Morrison-Maierle, Rachelle Bradley- Spokane Tribe.