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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
Throughout the length of SR-14 in Skamania County, there are a large number of unstable slope problems that pose a danger to the traveling public. WSDOT has developed a corridor rockfall plan that prioritizes needs and provides potential solutions to high rated unstable slopes. Often these highest rated unstable slopes are also the most expensive to fix. Although the State continues to make unstable slope improvements along SR-14, the need is much greater than the available resource. This...
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Maintain
StatusProposed Updated: 4/15/2013
Klickitat County needs to perform a county-wide overlay to create an all weather haul network within the county. Klickitat County has several areas throughout the county that rely on major roads as the sole access route to transport local goods to markets. Currently these roads do not have the necessary structure to provide year-round service for the heavy trucks used to transport these goods. Until the structure of these roads is improved, they must be closed during the freeze/thaw season...
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Maintain
StatusProposed Updated: 4/15/2013
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
Maintaining the roads in Skagit County has become more and more difficult as funds are drying up and resources are being spread thin. The Skagit Sub-RTPO Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has put together an estimate of what ten year need is to maintain the current transportation system. It is estimated that close to $20 million needs to be invested in the County’s transportation infrastructure annually.
Organization: Skagit/Island (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusProposed Updated: 1/28/2013
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
2010-WSTC-E Reconstruct existing city and county-owned roadway from existing narrow two-lane configuration to “Rural Arterial” Standard roadways (12-ft. Lanes & 8-ft. Shoulders). This corridor is located north to northwest of Toppenish, WA between SR-22 and SR-97.
Organization: Yakima Valley Conference of Governments (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusActive Updated: 12/3/2012
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
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
This project addresses long-term infrastructure needs by constructing 30,000 feet of new port rail, 16,000 feet of passing tracks and rehabilitating a rail bridge to expand 286,000-lb railcar capacity to accommodate increasing export shipments of automobiles, agriculture and liquid bulk cargo through the Port of Grays Harbor, in Aberdeen and Hoquiam; Washington State's only deep-water port directly on the Pacific Ocean. Increasing vessel calls, rail traffic and diverse cargo movements are...
Organization: SW Washington (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusProposed Updated: 11/29/2012
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
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
Organization: Puget Sound Regional Council (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusConceptual Updated: 2/8/2012
This is a preservation project that consists of replacing the existing functionally obsolete Mashel River Bridge located east of the Town of Eatonville. The very narrow bridge will be replaced with a new structure that meets current standards and provides pedestrian amenities. Substandard guardrail will also be replaced.
Organization: Puget Sound Regional Council (RTPO)
Category: Maintain
StatusProposed Updated: 2/7/2012
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