Who Has Been Nominated for a Complete Streets for 2022?
The Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) has received nominations for 43 cities for the 2022 Complete Streets Award Program.
he Transportation Improvement Board provides several informational resources in electronic format for our customers, including online news stories and notice of TIB related events, public notices and downloadable versions of TIB publications and project related forms. Select from the available resources below.
News stories recently appearing on the Transportation Improvement Board website, including an archive of previously appearing stories.
Upcoming events including board meetings, training events and other important dates.
Downloads of informational documents published by TIB, including the TIB Topics Newsletter. Also includes various image files of the TIB logo with example usage for construction signs.
TIB periodically needs to provide the public with official notification of Rules changes and other activites. The Public Notice & Rule Making page is where you will find these notifications. You will also find a link to TIB's interlocal agreements here.
Any questions regarding news items, publications or public notices should be directed to Gena Workman at (360) 586-1146 or via email at GenaW@tib.wa.gov. For questions regarding forms, contact your TIB Engineer.
TIB is proposing various revisions to chapter 479 WAC, the governing rules for the Board's programs. This is the first comprehensive update of 479 WAC since 2007.
The Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) awarded 173 street and multi-modal improvement grants to local agencies totaling over $126 million at its December 2nd meeting.
The Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) is pleased to announce its 2022 Call for Projects. Grant applications will be available on our grants page beginning May 27, 2022. Completed applications must be postmarked by Friday, August 19, 2022, and grant awards will be announced after the December 2, 2022 board meeting.
At the March board meeting action was taken to increase the eligibility for the Arterial Preservation Program (APP) to $3 Billion Assessed Value, up from $2 Billion.
The Transportation Improvement Board has announced $14.67 million in complete street awards to be given to 39 cities and two counties in Washington.
For a searchable archive of news items posted to the TIB website, visit the TIB News Archive.
|Form Name||Format||Download Link|
|Bid Authorization Form||Contact your TIB Engineer|
|Updated Cost Estimate||Contact your TIB Engineer|
|Public Records Request|
|Form Name||Agency Type||Format||Download Link|
|Relight Washington Conversion Proposal||ALL||.xls|
|Complete Streets Nomination Form||ALL||.xls|
|Urban Arterial Program (UAP) Funding Application||URBAN||---||Not Available|
|Urban Active Transportation Program (ATP) Funding Application||URBAN||---||Not Available|
|Arterial Preservation Program (APP) Funding Application||URBAN||---||Not Available|
|Small City Arterial Program (SCAP) Funding Application||SMALL CITY||---||Not Available|
|Small City Active Transportation Program (ATP) Funding Application||SMALL CITY||---||Not Available|
|Small City Preservation Program (SCPP) Chipseal Funding Application||SMALL CITY||---||Not Available|
|Small City Preservation Program (SCPP) Overlay Funding Application||SMALL CITY||---||Not Available|
|Small City Maintenance Program Funding Application||SMALL CITY||---||Not Available|
|Form Name||Format||Download Link|
|Consultant Agreement Instructions||.doc|
|Supplemental Consultant Agreement||.doc|
|Small City Federal Match Program Application||.xlsx||Not Available|
|Last Updated||Format||Download Link|
|TIB Program Overview||Apr 2022|
|TIB Budget 2015-2017||Sep 2014|
|TIB Budget 2017-2019||Sep 2016|
|SROI Analysis for TIB Low Energy Lighting Conversion in Small Cities in Washington State||Jun 2014|
TIB provides image files of its logo in order for agencies to credit TIB on their construction signs (example #1 | example #2), as well as other on-line and off-line uses. Select an image file from the list below to preview/download.
TIB published an annual report in electronic format each year between 2001 and 2008. Past annual reports are still available for download below.
TIB's quarterly newsletter – TIB Topics – was published in electronic format from 2000 to 2013. Past issues are still available for download below.
The following file is intended for print applications. The Pantone color number used for the blue in the logo is Pantone 2736C which translates to CMYK(100,91,0,0). This file is an encapsulated postscript file (.eps).TIB_Logo_Pantone_2736C
he Transportation Improvement Board periodically needs to provide the public with official notification on items such as public comment periods, proposed WAC changes and public meetings. This Public Notice & Rule Making page is where TIB posts these official notifications. Current and past notifications are listed below, along with a link to TIB's interlocal agreements.
|Public Notice||Date Posted||Closing Date|
|No current public notices||--||--|
|Rule Making Activity||Hearing Date||Effective Date|
|WAC Revisions - 479-01, 479-02, 479-05, 479-06, 479-10, 479-14||Mar 24, 2023||May 1, 2023|
|WAC Revisions - 479-06, 479-10, 479-14||Mar 22, 2018||May 3, 2018|
|Chapter 479.10 WAC Revisions - Proposed Changes||Oct 27, 2016||Nov 4, 2016|
Below you will find links directing you to more information regarding TIB rules and the rule making process.
Code Reviser's Office.
Transportation Improvement Board - Washington State Register.
TIB enters into cooperative agreements with public agencies. RCW 39.34.040 requires that these agreements be recorded with the county auditor or posted on a public website.
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If you believe that your [personal/private] information is being used for a purpose other than what was intended when submitted, you may contact the Executive Director of the TIB as shown in the Contact Information Section of this statement. Users are cautioned that the collection of personal information requested from or volunteered by children on-line or by email will be treated the same as information given by an adult, and may be subject to public access.
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Transportation Improvement Board
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Phone: (360) 586-1139