What is Transportation Concurrency?
Concurrency is the State requirement that transportation improvements and strategies necessary to serve development are built and in place at the time of development, or are financially committed, within six years.
Multimodal Plan-Based Transportation Concurrency System
The City of Redmond's new Plan-Based Transportation Concurrency System is a tool to manage the pace of development while providing transportation improvements for all users, including bicyclists, pedestrians, drivers, and transit riders. This new concurrency system was developed through a multi-year planning process to update the Redmond Comprehensive Plan approved by the Redmond City Council in 2004. The Comprehensive Plan articulates the City's future vision and has development policy statements to guide Redmond's growth through the planning horizon year of 2022. The Comprehensive Plan contains plan-based concurrency policies that serve as the basis for the concurrency regulations developed through the technical analysis provided by this report.
You may view the final report
(12.7 meg pdf format) or the executive summary
(pdf format) by clicking on the links provided.
The guidelines and application needed to apply for a transportation concurrency certificate is available on the Land Use and Development Forms