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This project modernizes the SR 432 Corridor by grade separating the SR 432/SR 433 Intersection and by extending the Port of Longview's Industrial Rail Corridor north of the intersection to accommodate future growth in unit train activity. There are three major components of this project: 1. Expansion of the Port of Longview Industrial Rail Corridor on-site and north of SR 432 intersection to accommodate future unit train traffic from area marine terminals. 2. Construction of 2nd...
Organization: SW Washington (RTPO)
Category: Modernize
StatusConceptual Updated: 6/24/2013
2010-WSTC-H This project constructs a principal arterial that will extend from Fruitvale Boulevard, cross over (or under) the BNSF Railroad mainline, run through the sawmill development site and connect to the future County road from Terrace Heights. The roadway will be constructed to a 61-foot width (14-11-11-11-14) providing a two-way left-turn lane, and outside lanes that will be shared with bicycles. Continuous 7-foot wide sidewalks will be constructed on both sides of the road, along...
Organization: Yakima Valley Conference of Governments (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 5/1/2013
The Port of Klickitat County, WSDOT, and partners are proposing a grade separation project to provide freight and automobile access into the port’s Bingen Point property over the main Burlington Northern and Santa Fe rail line. The proposed project will improve access to regional employers including Insitu (Boeing) Custom Interface, and SDS Lumber. The project will improve safety by providing an additional vehicle access point that does not have a rail conflict.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 4/15/2013
Project Description What is it? A new arterial loop connection will be constructed west of Bloedel Avenue with park greens in the center of the loop. The commercial Green Loop will serve as the primary western multimodal access in the early phases of the long term redevelopment of the Waterfront District. Where is it located? Between Bellingham Bay and downtown Bellingham What is the intended outcome & benefit? Sidewalks, crosswalks, bicycle lanes, bus pullouts...
Organization: Whatcom Council of Governments (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 2/28/2013
Project Description · What is it? West Horton Road will be extended as a secondary urban arterial street with sidewalks, bicycle lanes, turn lanes, and signals at Aldrich and Northwest. · Where is it located? Phase 1 = From current terminus to Aldrich Road and Phase 2 = From Aldrich Road to Northwest Road. What is the intended outcome & benefit? East-west multimodal connectivity between two major arterials. Increased access, safety...
Organization: Whatcom Council of Governments (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 2/28/2013
This project will replace the SR 20/Sharpes Corner signalized intersection with a modified roundabout, a bypass lane for traffic heading west to Anacortes and a single-lane tunnel for traffic heading east from Anacortes towards Burlington. A second roundabout would also be built half a mile to the south on SR 20, to address traffic flow problems at the Miller-Gibralter intersection, which could be increased once traffic flow is improved by the Sharpes Corner roundabout.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 2/7/2013
This project will be needed when SR 20 Spur/Sharpes Corner Vicinity improvements are implemented. It provides a connection to Anacortes from Sharpes Corner (Whidbey Island) for bicycles/pedestrians and motor vehicles via Old Brook Lane - S. Fidalgo Bay Road. It will eliminate cross-highway turning movements and will provide bicyclists and pedestrians with access over SR 20 Spur to the Tommy Thompson Trail, connecting routes to Anacortes, Whidbey Island, Burlington and Mount Vernon.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 2/6/2013
The project constructs a new rail access route that eliminates existing conflicts with high-speed intercity passenger rail and a major rail freight corridor. It will relocate facilities to provide a new entryway into the port terminals, and provide internal storage capacity that will accommodate multiple unit-trains at one time (trains more than 150 rail cars in length).
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
This project will construct a vehicle/pedestrian overpass over the BNSF Railway north-south mainline in the City of Ridgefield, and remove two existing at-grade crossings.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
Construct two travel lanes with center turn lane, bike lanes, sidewalks, street lights, and landscaping. Project will also include the installation of water, sewer, and stormwater infrastructure. Project will realign offset intersection of Grace Avenue at Main Street.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Modernize
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
Build a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) link between downtown Vancouver and Westfield Vancouver Mall, along the Fourth Plain corridor. With possible future connections eastward to Sifton. A Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) for the Fourth Plain corridor has been selected, and C-TRAN is preparing to enter into the project development phase.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
This project will complete corridor improvements by constructing a new arterial roadway between a newly constructed roundabout and an existing arterial. The project will relieve congestion and reliance on an existing 2-lane substandard rural roadway in poor condition and allow for substantial industrial and commercial development to occur near Interstate 5. The project will include 2 travel lanes in each direction with a center turn lane, bike lanes and pedestrian facilities.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 2/4/2013
Replace the BNSF Trestle Overpass on Old 99N. This bridge is timber and was built in 1936.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 1/31/2013
A roundabout will be built at this intersection to improve safety, improve mobility, and foster economic development.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 1/31/2013
SR9 bisects the City of Sedro-Woolley north to south, carrying 11,000 vehicles per day south of SR20. The City’s SR9/Jameson Arterial Extension Project is the construction of a new arterial road extending Jameson Street to SR9 at the Southern edge of the City limits. The project includes a new roundabout intersection at Jameson Street and SR9 and proposes to realign Rhodes Road to that intersection. The project will provide direct highway access to 50 acres of industrial property...
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 1/23/2013
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