The Division Street Corridor Study DivisionConnects is looking at the future of transportation and land use along this important street in Spokane in anticipation of the opening of the North Spokane Corridor (NSC) in 2030. The opening of the NSC is expected to change traffic patterns on Division Street and other north-south arterials, providing an opportunity to look at how the corridor itself and the surrounding neighborhoods might change over time to support local businesses, local vehicle trips, increased transit trips, and biking and walking.
The Study is a coordinated effort between Spokane Regional Transportation Council (SRTC), Spokane Transit Authority (STA), the City of Spokane, Spokane County, and Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT).
Part 1 of the study is currently examining the possibilities presented by the North Spokane Corridor and higher-capacity transit to focus on moving people to and through the corridor, while Part 2 of the study will examine the land use opportunities that arise through this change in travel behavior.
To find out more, please visit srtc.org/division-street-corridor-study/