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This project is the final phase of this project. The CWCOG sponsored Modified Access Decision Report recommendations and ultimate design of the project included the following projects: - Earthquake Retrofit and Expansion of I-5 Undercrossing - I-5/Old 99 Intersection Channelization & Signalization Improvements - Talley Way/SR 432 Intersection Improvements & Bridge Replacement
Organization: SW Washington (RTPO)
Category: Modernize
StatusCompleted Updated: 6/27/2013
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
The project will add lanes an rebuild structures beginning at Mile Point 76.15, ending at Mile Point 81.21. The current conditions of this section of I-5 between the cities of Centralia and Chehalis are at capacity with existing demand. This is the last segment of I-5 in the Chehalis/Centralia area slated for capacity and safety improvements.
Organization: SW Washington (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 6/24/2013
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
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 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
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
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
Project Description What is it? Whatcom Smart Trips reduces congestion and VMT by shifting trips to walking, bicycling, riding the bus or sharing rides. Whatcom Smart Trips will expand its multi-faceted trip-reduction education program, with emphasis on the Individualized Marketing element that has reduced VMT by 15% in the area targeted in 2008. The next phase funding will allow implementation of the Individualized Marketing to other areas of Whatcom County and remaining neighborhoods...
Organization: Whatcom Council of Governments (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusProposed Updated: 1/14/2013
Project Description: Complete the 30% preliminary design and environmental documentation for revisions to the partial interchange at Exit 274 (I-5) to a full tight diamond configuration. The preliminary design process will include geometric alignment, foot print, hydraulic report, environment reconnaissance, and NEPA. Final design work will continue as a future phase. The design will be based on data from the Border Circulation Analysis from the IMTC and the completed Interchange...
Organization: Whatcom Council of Governments (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/11/2013
The Wishkah Mall (now Gateway Mall) is located on US Highway 12 just inside the Aberdeen city limits. US 12 is the main route into the Aberdeen core. The identified access improvements will provide channelization improvements and access revisions to the Wishkah Mall in two phases. The first phase will fund a new emergency vehicle access, turning movement and access revisions, signal coordination between the two signals located along US 12 and restriping of the internal Wal-Mart and Top...
Organization: SW Washington (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusProposed Updated: 11/29/2012
Beginning at Mile Point 66.54 ending at Mile Point 151.15 several key points on the US-12 are in need of safety improvements, including passing lanes and left turn pockets.
Organization: SW Washington (RTPO)
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 11/29/2012
Built in 1927, the US 101 Simpson Avenue Bridge is a 1,978-foot-long bridge that spans the Hoquiam River and carries 15,000 vehicles a day. WSDOT closed the Simpson Avenue Bridge to motor-vehicle traffic on August 5, 2010 due to structural integrity concerns. The closure was necessary after commercial divers and bridge engineers discovered unusual movement on the bridge and later discovered severe erosion and degradation of the timber piles that support the bridge's easterly concrete piers....
Organization: SW Washington (RTPO)
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 11/29/2012
The project would provide an alternate truck route corridor from the State Route(SR) 109/SR 109 Spur intersection in Hoquiam to the US 101/Chehalis Street intersection in Aberdeen. This project includes: A new four to five lane (two lanes in each direction and left turn lanes) limited access truck route paralleling US 101 through South Hoquiam, the Port of Grays Harbor, and Aberdeen, two new high-level, fixed span bridges over the Hoquiam River and Wishkah River, a new alignment from...
Organization: SW Washington (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 11/29/2012
The Tri-City operational Improvements project provides 17 needed and visible improvements that can be implemented in the short term. Most of these projects are small in nature; such as pedestrian access improvements and intersection and turning radius improvements, and are limited to a single intersection or a few city blocks.
Organization: SW Washington (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusProposed Updated: 11/29/2012
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