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This project consists of purchasing replacement / expansion vehicles to be used for Specialized Paratransit, Route Deviation, and Fixed Route rural commuter services throughout Island County and for cross-county regional connector services. In addition, this project will allow Island Transit to expand service on Whidbey and Camano Island to include 30-minute service Monday through Friday until 8PM, and then hourly to midnight, more frequent service on Saturday and running to midnight, and...
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusProposed Updated: 2/29/2012
Identification and development of transit parks and facilities on Whidey and Camano Islands improve connectivity and mobility using transit. Includes the following Transit Parks: Selma Farmer; Elger Bay; N.Whidbey; Greenbank. Also Langley Funicular and Pocket Transit Parks.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 2/29/2012
This project will provide a needed park and ride for 100 vehicles, develop intersection improvements to meet concurrency and increase safety, allow for express routes to the ferry and connect with a planned trail system to facilitate pedestrian access in the Freeland area. The project will be done in partnership with WSDOT and Island County and is also addressed in the proposed Island County SR 525/Honeymoon Bay / Bush Point Road Intersection Improvements on the Project Priority List.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 2/29/2012
Regional connector services continue to relieve congestion and improve mobility by providing commuter-based transit service. This effort will meet increasing demand for public transportation options between Island, Skagit and Whatcom Counties.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusProposed Updated: 2/29/2012
Washington State Ferries (WSF) intends to improve the Mukilteo ferry terminal which has not had significant improvements since the early 1980’s, and components of the facility are aging. The current terminal layout makes it difficult for passengers to get in and out of the terminal, contributing to traffic congestion, safety concerns and conflicts between pedestrian and vehicle traffic. WSF will issue a draft environmental impact statement in early 2012 with proposed alternatives...
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 2/29/2012
The project is comprised of software to enhance the MDT-AVL's to improve vehicle and route efficiency and greater mobility options.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 2/29/2012
Shoreline intends to lead a multi-agency (Seattle DOT, Seattle City Light, King County/Metro, Sound Transit, WSDOT) to develop a corridor plan (route development plan) for 145th/SR 523. The corridor study will evaluate capacity, safety, pedestrian, transit, I-5 access, and utility needs along the corridor to develop a plan for the future improvements. In addition, this work will be coordinated with the light rail planning being led by ST. The products/outcomes of the Corridor Study will...
Organization: Puget Sound Regional Council (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 2/6/2012
Three coordinated major improvements are proposed in the “SR 285 North Wenatchee Transportation Master Plan” that will provide for improved mobility, safety, freight access, non-motorized and transit accessibility and economic vitality in the North Wenatchee Avenue corridor. Complete US 2 / SR 285 Interchange: The Plan recommends completion of the existing interchange with improved access to/from the Olds Station industrial/commercial district, and construction of eastbound...
Organization: Wenatchee Valley/North Central (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/24/2012
Improve 1.6 miles section of 20th Street SE between US 2 (Trestle) and 91st Avenue SE. The project will widen the existing 2 lane roadway with additional through lanes (4 lanes total) with shared bike lanes, rapid transit improvements, sidewalks, intersection improvements, drainage conveyance and water quality treatment facilities, lighting, and some areas of landscaping.
Organization: Puget Sound Regional Council (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 1/17/2012
This project will widen Road 68 between the I-182 Interchange to Court Street. The project will provide uninterrupted traffic flow between the signalized intersections with additional lanes and center turn lanes. Conceptual design has been done. The project is scheduled to be designed and constructed in 2012.
Organization: Benton-Franklin-Walla Walla (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/13/2012
(Pacific Rim Winery to Twin Bridges) Construction of an urban arterial roadway. Phase 6 & 7 would complete the connection of Keene Road with SR 240 via Twin Bridges. The intended outcome is to complete an arterial east / west connection between SR 240, SR 224 and I - 182 through West Richland and Richland.
Organization: Benton-Franklin-Walla Walla (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/13/2012
Regional connector services continue to relieve congestion and improve mobility by providing commuter-based transit service. This effort will meet increasing demand for public transportation options between Island, Skagit and Whatcom Counties.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusActive Updated: 1/6/2012
Regional connector services continue to relieve congestion and improve mobility by providing commuter-based transit service. This effort will meet increasing demand for public transportation options between Island, Skagit and Snohomish Counties.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusActive Updated: 1/6/2012
UNFUNDED NEED $2.5 million. Assess the options to improve high capacity transportation and develop a recommendation on a preferred alternative.
Organization: Thurston Regional Planning Council (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusConceptual Updated: 1/5/2012
UNFUNDED NEED $5.382 million. The project includes two new regional transit initiatives: 1) Direct service from the Lakewood park-and-ride to Tumwater state campuses; and 2) Non-stop “one seat” service from Olympia to Seattle. In year 1, projects will reduce annual vehicle trips by 161,895 vehicles. This will increase to over 206,000 vehicles reduced annually by Year 4, which will reduce vehicle miles traveled by 7.9 million miles annually.
Organization: Thurston Regional Planning Council (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusConceptual Updated: 1/5/2012
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