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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
2010-WSTC-C This project would preserve public transit and special needs transportation for Yakima County. This includes the following transportation services: (1) Yakima Transit service to the cities of Yakima and Selah; (2) Union Gap Transit service to Union Gap; (3)People For People paratransit service to individuals with special needs that live outside public transit; (4) People For People fixed-route transportation for special needs and general public to access services along 48 miles of...
Organization: Yakima Valley Conference of Governments (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusActive Updated: 5/1/2013
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
In 1986, C-TRAN opened the Fisher's Landing Transit Center with 560 parking spaces, ten bus bays, and various amenities. The Fisher's Landing Transit Center facilitates regional and interstate transit trips. Over the past decade east Vancouver has grown rapidly resulting in an average weekday utilization of 90% of all parking spaces. Based on trends of the past several years, the park and ride capacity will be used up within 3-5 years and demand will overflow onto adjacent streets and into...
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
This project continues the Destination Downtown program in downtown Vancouver. The project will work to increase the number of people using transit, bicycling, walking, and carpooling or vanpooling. These increases will be attained by implementing numerous programs including outreach campaigns and promotions, incentives for using a non-SOV option for commuting to work, establishing a downtown retail outlet for transit passes and BikeLink cards, increasing the number of carpool and vanpool...
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Maintain
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
Convert/upgrade existing rural-standard two-lane roadway to urban principal arterial standard including minimum two travel lanes, center turn lane, bike lanes, sidewalks, landscaping, lighting and traffic control. This project includes construction of a regional multi-use path on south side of roadway. Provide a direct link to future I-205 interchange. Interchange construction to begin in 2014.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
Convert/upgrade existing rural-standard two-lane roadway to urban minor arterial standard including minimum two travel lanes, center turn lane, bike lanes, sidewalks, landscaping, lighting and traffic control.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
Construct a new Park & Ride facility near the new 219th Street interchange.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 2/4/2013
This project will include the construction of a replacement concrete segmental box girder bridge over the Columbia River, between White Salmon, Washington and Hood River, Oregon. The new bridge would provide for a wider and safer crossing, be more environmental friendly, and provide multimodal options for walking or biking across the bridge. The bridge would include a wider main span of 500 feet that will significantly improve the navigation clearance. A Draft Environmental Impact Statement...
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
The project will upgrade the corridor to urban standards and provide a critical north-south connection in east Vancouver. The project will improve a bottleneck in the 162nd Avenue corridor, by matching the lane configuration to that north and south of project. Project will provide 3 travel lanes in each direction with center medium, bike lanes, and pedestrian facilities.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
The estimated demand for vanpools is greater the number of vans C-TRAN has available. The proposed project will expand both the number of vans available and average ridership per van.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
This project will build auxiliary lanes along SR 14, including modifications to the I-205 northbound off-ramp. This segment of SR 14 is currently at capacity. Future increases in traffic demand without increased capacity will add to the deficient operations. By constructing an auxiliary lane, the highway will have enough capacity to accommodate future demand. This highway segment is an identified bottleneck/chokepoint and is part of the “Moving Washington” program.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
This project will improve Highway 99 to a 4-lane principal arterial standard with raised medians and/or center turn lanes, bike lanes, and sidewalks. Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) technology will be incorporated into corridor to improve safety and traffic flow.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
The project will complete the corridor urban upgrade on the final section of the Burton/28th Street corridor. Project will provide a two travel lanes, center turn lane, bike lanes, sidewalks, and safe pedestrian crossings at intersection.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 1/15/2013
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