Transportation Improvement Board

Fosters state investment in quality local transportation projects. The Board distributes grant funding and selects transportation projects that best address the criteria of the funding program. These programs include the Urban Arterial Program, Arterial Preservation Program, Small City Preservation Program, Sidewalk Program, Small City Arterial Program, and Road Transfer Program. The TIB is also responsible for the final selection of programs and projects funded from the Central Puget Sound public transportation account; public transportation account; and the intermodal surface transportation efficiency act of 1991.
Board Website
Policy AreaTransportation and Economic Development
Governor Appointments1
Total Board Positions21
Statutory AuthorityRCW 47.26.121
Public Disclosure Required?No
Senate Confirmation Required?No
Term Length (years)4
Statutory Term Limits
Member Requirements: A state employee with responsibility for transportation policy, planning, or funding.