The Six Year Comprehensive Street Program communicates capital street projects planned over the upcoming six years. It is developed to be in alignment with the transportation goals and polices of the City's Comprehensive Plan. The City of Spokane prepares and publishes an annual update to this program as required by state law, in accordance with the Growth Management Act. The City adopts the Six Year Streets program each year by July to meet State mandated deadlines. The annual update includes the addition of 'needs driven' new projects and removal of projects completed in the past year.
The Six Year Street program is used to define the scope, schedule, estimated cost and funding source for transportation projects and programs. When appropriate, streets or transportation projects are integrated with City Utility capital projects to maximize efficiencies and minimize cost.
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