The Safe Routes to School Plan lays the foundation for future coordination efforts to improve sidewalks serving schools in the urban, unincorporated areas of Pierce County.
Learn about Pierce County’s process for bringing pedestrian facilities located in the public right-of-way into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) outlines Pierce County's future plans for transportation improvement projects and programs.
Nonmotorized transportation includes facilities designed primarily for the use of pedestrians and bicyclists.
Learn more about Pierce County's Traffic Impact Fees.
Pierce County's Transportation Concurrency Management System Annual Report provides details on roadway level of service measurement and strategies to address concurrency issues.
The Pierce County Transportation Plan maps out the County's strategy for meeting our transportation needs over the next 20 years.
Learn about travel demand modeling and how this type of modeling and others are used to plan roads in and around Pierce County.