Briefing: King Co Roads & Infrastructure
Capacity of County Roads & Infrastructure
Everyday over a million people ride on the nearly 1500 miles of roads and the 182 bridges that connect King County. The King Roads Services division works to keep our roads safe as we connect to work, home, school and places we love.
As our region continues to grow, current budget revenues will need to keep up with ever-increasing demands to our county roads system and supporting networks. Learn more at this Business Briefing on the ballot measure being considered to address budget challenges and opportunities for our county road networks and infrastructure.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
John Taylor serves as the Director of King County Local Services, a department created by the King County Executive and Council in 2019 to ensure better coordination and provision of services in Unincorporated King County.
Before this post, John held a number of private- and public-sector positions. Among the latter are Assistant Director of the King County Water and Land Resources Division, Strategic Advisor to the Director of Seattle Public Utilities, Legislative Analyst for the Seattle City Council, and Senior Policy Advisor to the Governor of Vermont.
His private sector experience includes several years as a consultant and serving as Manager of Government and Community Relations for CleanScapes, a Seattle-based solid waste and recycling company. He also served as the Policy Director for the Downtown Seattle Association.