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Transportation Systems Division

Renton Trails and Bicycle Master Plan

The City of Renton is updating the 2009 Trails and Bicycle Master Plan and needs your input!

Information will be collected in multiple ways:

  • an Online Survey 
  • an Interactive Map 
  • Three Open House Events 
  • Technical Advisory Committee

All open houses will be held from 6 to 8 p.m.  Read more.

  • September 28, 2017, Renton Community Center
 aLoganTrail 

 


Northbound I-405 On ramp lane closures and restrictions at NE 30th Street and NE 44th Street begin October 24  - Read more.

 

 Transportation Planning and Programming

Transportation Design Section

Transportation Maintenance Section

Transportation Operations Section

Renton Municipal Airport

Local and Regional Transportation Information

Regional Transportation Efforts

The Transportation Systems Division plans, designs, constructs, operates and maintains a transportation system that provides safe and efficient movement of people and goods; enhances environmental quality; and is compatible with local and regional mobility goals and development objectives.  The activities of the Transportation Systems Division are documented within the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (Six-Year TIP).

The sections of the Transportation Systems Division are as follows:

Transportation Planning and Programming
Develops plans and preliminary designs for transportation system improvements and programs. Coordinates with state and regional agencies on transportation issues. Programs the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program and oversees funding of projects.

The Planning and Programming section is led by Jim Seitz, 425-430-7245.

Transportation Design Section
This group designs and constructs transportation infrastructure in Renton.  Their typical projects and programs involve design and construction of roads, bridges, sidewalks, bike lanes, or intersections, and includes post-construction environmental monitoring activities.

Bob Hanson, 425-430-7223, leads the Transportation Design and Construction section.

Transportation Operations Section
Oversees signing and street channelization.
This group also maintains the City of Renton Designated Truck Route Map.
The Transportation Operations section is led by Chris Barnes Sr., 425-430-7321.

Transportation Maintenance Section
The Transportation Maintenance group installs, maintains and repairs traffic signals, street lights, communication devices, Transportation network, radio systems, signs, roadway markings and channelization devices within the City.  The section is led by Eric Cutshall, 425-430-7423. 

Renton Municipal Airport
In addition to the activities outlined above, the Transportation Systems Division also manages a general aviation international airport, owned by the City, that serves Renton and other nearby communities. The airport provides regional aviation services for air charter, air taxi, and seaplane base for corporate, business and recreational flyers. It is used predominately by single-engine piston aircraft and ranks among the top six airports in the State of Washington in terms of aircraft landings and takeoffs. The Boeing Commercial Airplane Company, located adjacent to the airport, manufactures Boeing 737 and 757 aircraft and uses the airport for their initial flights.

The Renton Municipal Airport is currently updating the Airport Master Plan.

The Airport Manager is Harry Barrett, Jr., 425-430-7471.

Local and Regional Transportation Information

Regional Transportation Efforts

 

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Phone: 425-430-7321
Fax: 425-430-7376