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Community input about congested highways needed for five counties

Monday, May 22, 2017 - 15:41

Shari King, communications, 360-704-3270

WSDOT online survey open through Friday, June 2

OLYMPIA – People who use state highways in Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Mason and Thurston counties are invited to participate in an online survey to help prioritize congestion relief measures for these areas. The Washington State Department of Transportation and local partners are asking the public for feedback on strategies that have been identified to help ease traffic congestion in these five western Washington counties.

“We’re asking for input from the people who regularly use these congested areas,” said Dennis Engel, WSDOT Planning Manager. “Their feedback will help us determine where to prioritize needs statewide.”

The survey is open until midnight Friday, June 2.

More information about WSDOT’s ongoing efforts to plan future improvements to the state’s transportation system can be found on its Corridor Sketch Initiative webpage.

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