The Skagit 2045 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is a long-range plan for the Skagit County, WA area.
The Draft Skagit 2045 Plan is available and open for public comment from January 22 – February 5, 2021!
Skagit Council of Governments (SCOG) is updating the Metropolitan and Regional Transportation Plan, a long-range plan for Skagit County’s transportation system for the next 25 years.
Transportation projects should help meet the needs of the community. This plan is meant to guide transportation investments in the Skagit region for the next 25 years, and to envision a better transportation system for the future.
We are looking for your feedback to help the plan reflect your transportation needs and priorities.
SCOG will be hosting events to present and answer questions about the Skagit 2045 Regional Transportation Plan Draft.
Photo: Andy Porter
Upcoming public events will be hosted via GoToMeeting. To subscribe to our e-newsletter notifications, visit the Connect page.
The Skagit 2045 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is a long-range plan for the transportation system in the Skagit County region. This Plan is a chance to identify the community’s transportation goals, priorities, and needs, and how those goals can be met through available funding.
Skagit Council of Governments (SCOG) develops the RTP in its capacity as the Skagit region’s Metropolitan Planning Organization and Regional Transportation Planning Organization. The RTP is updated regularly every five years. To view the current Skagit 2040 RTP, visit the Resources page.
Input from Skagit County citizens will help to establish the regional priorities and transportation goals of the RTP. Your feedback will help inform this plan update, as well as future transportation planning efforts in Skagit County. Stakeholders will be able to share their voice through online surveys and comment tools on this website, as well as through virtual workshops.
We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the lives of everyone in our community. At this time, many people are extremely busy, hurting, or simply trying to make ends meet in response to the pandemic. If you are able to share your opinion with us through this online process, we are grateful for your input. If you feel you can’t participate right now for any reason, we understand, and hope to connect with you again in the future. Thank you for sharing your ideas with us!
Learn more about the Regional Transportation Plan, the project team at Skagit Council of Governments, and the current version of the Plan at the About page.
Share your opinion and make your voice heard by participating in our virtual public engagement activities! This page includes information on the public involvement timeline, as well as upcoming events.
View related planning documents from regional and state partners, as well as other SCOG plans and studies, at the Resources page.