Established in 2003 by the 
Indian Tribes of Washington State 
with support from WSDOT

The purpose of the organization is to support the development of tribal transportation planning capacity.  As envisioned, the TTPO improves Tribal government’s planning and programming activity through enhanced coordination with tribal, federal, state, and local governments. There are aspects of tribal transportation planning that are very unique in nature, both in comparison to other jurisdictions and also from one Tribe to another.  There is a common theme, partnership, and connection throughout the tribal transportation planning culture that the TTPO shares and celebrates.  This website is designed to provide useful information to Tribal Planners while encouraging communication, coordination, collaboration, and consultation between tribal planners.
Contact Us

Next Quarterly TTPO Meeting:

AUGUST 14, 2024
via ZOOM & In-Person


ZOOM Virtual Meeting
& Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe
(Details pending)

Useful Resource Links:
Useful Resource Links:
Emergency Preparedness Handbook
 for Tribal Governments
Completed Report
Click on the Video Icon to view a short film that was created to celebrate Billy Frank Jr. Day. This video was a collaboration between the Nisqually Tribe and the WA State Dept of Ecology. Double click to view in full screen.
Please check your email 
for the Zoom credentials needed to access the meeting.

If you do not have 
email credentials, 
please contact 
a TTPO Board member 
for access.