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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
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
To improve traffic flow through the City of Bonney Lake and improve non-motorized pathways in the City, the City has partnered with WSDOT and the Tehaleh EBPC to make improvements to the intersection of SR 410 and Veterans Memorial Drive. This project increases the number of lanes on eastbound SR 410 from three lanes to four lanes extending from Myers Road to Main Street East intersections. The additional lane is an east bound left turn lane pocket on SR 410. It adds a new west bound right...
Organization: Puget Sound Regional Council (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusConceptual Updated: 4/30/2013
Organization: Puget Sound Regional Council (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusConceptual Updated: 4/30/2013
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 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
This project will improve the 119th Street corridor to arterial standard. The road improvements will include four travel lanes, a center left turn lane/median, bicycle lanes, and sidewalks. The first segment, 72nd Av. to Curtin Creek will go to construction in 2014.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
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 finish the SE 1st Street/Lake Road corridor between 164th Avenue and 192nd Avenue. The The project will include 3 lane section between approximately 168th and 176th Ave. where the right-of-way is narrow. East of roughly 176th Av. the roadway will be 5 lanes with bike lanes and detached sidewalks, the intersections of 192nd and 164th Avenues will include additional approach lanes.
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
The NE 94th Avenue/Padden Parkway intersection project will complete a major improvement at the intersection to accomodate existing traffic volumes and improve safety. Improvements include upgrading traffic signal, adding turn lanes and acceleration lanes, and improving non-motorized travel.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
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
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
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