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REGIONAL MOBILITY | QUALITY OF LIFE | ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS

Welcome

 

The Eastside Transportation Association (ETA) is a not-for-profit organization of community members, business members and transportation professionals committed to advocating for congestion relief in the Puget Sound Region. Our goal is to increase mobility, improve our quality of life, and retain our region’s economic competitiveness with a world-class transportation system consistent with current and future land use patterns and travel demand.

The ETA holds a monthly meeting, open to the general public, on the third Wednesday of every month at the Master Builders Building in Bellevue between 8:00-9:30AM.

October Monthly Meeting Review

October 16, 2019

The Eastside Transportation Association provided a detailed-packed Monthly Meeting, providing attendees with a list of already-approved PSRC/WSDOT projects by city and by legislative district. This can be used by business leaders, Chambers of Commerce, mobility advocates and lawmakers to help complete the I-405 Master Plan and get us moving again.

Join us for a candid conversation on solutions to reduce traffic congestion and improve our quality of life on the Eastside

-- Read our latest, "What you need to know about traffic" white paper --

The Latest From the Blog

Fixing I-405

Interstate 405 is the critical freeway linking cities throughout the Eastside. Research has shown that constructing general purpose capacity by building out the approved I-405 Master Plan Record of Decisionis the only way to reduce congestion, reduce carbon emissions, maintain our quality of life and economic vitality. Current land use supports freeways as the primary means of moving people and goods. Failing to invest in I-405 means more diversion of traffic, longer and unpredictable travel times, and higher tolls for people who have no choices.  We stand with Eastsiders and say “Give us our lane back!” Learn more on our Fixing I-405 program page.