Transportation Planning

What We Do

Kitsap County Transportation Planners work with the public, cities, local agencies other County departments, Tribes, and regional organizations to provide an efficient, adaptable, and coordinated multimodal transportation system throughout the County. We provide guidance in the evaluation, assessment, design and placement of transportation facilities. This insures safe and adequate access for motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and other roadway users.

Mission:  To fully implement the mandates of the Washington State Growth Management Act under RCW 36.70A.070 (6).

Transportation Improvment Plan (TIP)

Current Studies

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan

Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits denying persons with disabilities equal opportunity to participate in city and county services, programs or activities. This includes public rights-of-way, such as sidewalks and pedestrian ramps.  

In order to comply with the Federal requirements, Kitsap County is developing an ADA Transition Plan. The Departments of Public Works, Human Resources, and other County agencies along with the Kitsap County ADA Committee, are working together to ensure the Transition Plan is holistic and comprehensive.

Silverdale Transportation Implementation Strategy  

This study is a technical analysis project designed to prioritized a Transportation Implementation Strategy for Silverdale, implemented through the County's Transportation Improvement Process and associated recommended financial strategies.

View the report here.

Port Gamble (Sound to Olympics) Trail Feasibility Study 

Kitsap County is exploring the feasibility of an approximately 6-7 mile bicycle and pedestrian shared-use path connecting SR 104 in Port Gamble to Stottlemyer Road. If built, the bicycle and pedestrian trail will provide a non-motorized corridor connecting locations within northern Kitsap County.  

View the report:  
pages 1-20 click here
pages 21-76 click here

Jarstad - Lake Kitsap  Trail Feasibility Study

Kitsap County and the City of Bremerton are exploring the feasibility of an approximately 3.1 mile bicycle and pedestrian shared-use path connecting Jarstad Park to Kitsap Lake Road. If built, the shared-use path would provide a primary non-motorized corridor between Central and South Kitsap. Approximately 2/3rd of the proposed route is within the City of Bremerton.

View the report here.


Historical Documents

Mosquito Fleet Trail

Kingston Complete Streets Final Report - May 2016

Report
Appendices
Inserts Part 1  (1A through 2B)
Inserts Part 2  (3A through 5B)
Inserts Part 3  (6 through 11)
Inserts Part 4  (12 through 20)