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Tacoma/Pierce County HOV Program - Public Involvement

Your input in the design and construction process is important to us. We want the Tacoma/Pierce County community to be aware of our projects and involved as we design and construct them.

Public involvement activities started as early as July 1993 when the program was initially envisioned. Since then public presentations, open houses and hearings have been held to provide opportunities for public input.

Most recently, team members from the HOV Program answered questions and provided informational materials to the public at community events.  We will continue to be at community events throughout the year. 

Want to schedule a presentation?

If you represent a group that would like to hear a presentation about the Tacoma/Pierce County HOV Program, we would be pleased to hear from you.  Contact Claudia Cornish, Tacoma/Pierce County HOV Communications Manager, at (360) 709-8173 or at cornishc@wsdot.wa.gov


 Project Engineer Joe Perez points out the project area to an interested traveler. Art on the Avenue -
July 13, 2008

Project Engineer Joe Perez shows a map of the program area to a visitor at the booth.  Come learn about traffic impacts expected with the next construction project coming down the pipeline- building a new westbound Nalley Valley viaduct. 
 Jennifer Martz shows how the Nalley Valley projects will come together. Tacoma Farmer's Market -
August 7 & 28, 2008
September 4 & 11, 2008

Jennifer Martz shows how the three Nalley Valley projects will come together to reconstruct the entire Nalley Valley viaduct.  
Alix Berg discusses the HOV lane benefits with visitors to our booth. National Night Out - August 5, 2008

Alix Berg discusses the benefits of HOV lanes and of the many projects that make up the Tacoma/Pierce County HOV Program.