Transportation Master Plan

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Improving How You Get Around Town

The City is developing its first Transportation Master Plan (TMP) which will include both short- and long-range strategies leading to the development of a multimodal transportation system to help achieve the City’s transportation vision and goals over the next 20 years.

The TMP will provide a strategic framework and prioritized investments to help improve how we get around town. In doing so, there are several issues and needs to consider when deciding how and where to spend limited resources. These include:

  • Addressing the challenges of growth on the transportation network;
  • Promoting safety for all users;
  • Developing a long-term, sustainable financing plan;
  • Finding a way to achieve a connected road network while maintaining neighborhood character;
  • Integrating new technologies; and
  • Finding ways to partner with transit agencies, school districts, regional partners, and others to meet the community’s most pressing transportation-related needs.

Draft TMP Now Available!

The TMP Project Team has developed a draft TMP, which is the culmination of extensive community outreach, significant technical data collection and analyses, and City Council input beginning in spring 2017. The Draft TMP documents the community’s goals and priorities for the City’s transportation network. It addresses Sammamish's transportation challenges now and into the future by identifying issues and optimizing multimodal transportation investments in the City. City Council and community input on the Draft TMP will be reviewed and incorporated into a revised TMP, which will be the subject of a future online open house on this webpage in the tools below.


Improving How You Get Around Town

The City is developing its first Transportation Master Plan (TMP) which will include both short- and long-range strategies leading to the development of a multimodal transportation system to help achieve the City’s transportation vision and goals over the next 20 years.

The TMP will provide a strategic framework and prioritized investments to help improve how we get around town. In doing so, there are several issues and needs to consider when deciding how and where to spend limited resources. These include:

  • Addressing the challenges of growth on the transportation network;
  • Promoting safety for all users;
  • Developing a long-term, sustainable financing plan;
  • Finding a way to achieve a connected road network while maintaining neighborhood character;
  • Integrating new technologies; and
  • Finding ways to partner with transit agencies, school districts, regional partners, and others to meet the community’s most pressing transportation-related needs.

Draft TMP Now Available!

The TMP Project Team has developed a draft TMP, which is the culmination of extensive community outreach, significant technical data collection and analyses, and City Council input beginning in spring 2017. The Draft TMP documents the community’s goals and priorities for the City’s transportation network. It addresses Sammamish's transportation challenges now and into the future by identifying issues and optimizing multimodal transportation investments in the City. City Council and community input on the Draft TMP will be reviewed and incorporated into a revised TMP, which will be the subject of a future online open house on this webpage in the tools below.

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How should the City prioritize its investments in the road network to enhance connectivity, reduce congestion, and increase safety?

Enhance connectivity in Sammamish by adding new road connections.
29%
Enhance connectivity in Sammamish by removing existing road barricades.
21%
Improve congestion choke points by synchronizing traffic signals, staggering work and school schedules, and encouraging transit use.
43%
Enhance transportation safety by improving street crossings, calming traffic to slow speeds, and increasing traffic enforcement.
7%
Total Votes : 28