Wednesday, August 26, 2009

SR 19/20 Corridor Plan Open House #3

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will host an Open House this Thursday, August 27, from 4:00 to 7:00 PM at the Chimacum Creek Primary School in Port Hadlock.

This is the third Open House scheduled as part of the corridor planning process. There will be a fourth once the draft plan is prepared late this year.

The agency is interested in public comments on a preliminary list of potential transportation improvement projects along the SR 19/20 corridor from SR 104 to the Port Townsend ferry terminal.

For more information on the Open House and on the corridor planning process in general, visit this website:

The poster boards to be presented at the Open House can be accessed on the WSDOT website, as well.

There are eight "projects of special interest" about which WSDOT is looking for feedback in particular. These are:

  1. SR 20/Kearney Street intersection control
  2. SR 20/Port Townsend entryway study (Discovery-Mill-Jacob Miller vicinity)
  3. SR 19/SR 20 intersection control
  4. SR 19/Prospect Avenue intersection control
  5. SR 19/Irondale Road intersection control
  6. SR 19/SR 116 intersection control
  7. SR 19/West Valley Road intersection control
  8. SR 19/SR 104 intersection control

"Intersection control" could mean a traffic signal or a roundabout.

For more information, plan on attending the Open House and/or continue to visit the WSDOT website linked above.

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