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Learn more about Washington State Ferries’ early plans to replace the 70-year-old Fauntleroy terminal
SEATTLE – The aging Fauntleroy ferry terminal needs to be replaced to maintain safe and reliable ferry service for people who travel between West Seattle, Vashon Island, the Kitsap Peninsula and beyond. Washington State Ferries will share information on why the project is needed, planning considerations and what…
OLYMPIA – After more than two years, volunteer groups across the state can once again participate in the state’s free coffee program at selected safety rest areas, providing coffee to the traveling public.
Olympic Peninsula travelers near Beaver will want to plan extra time into their commutes over the next few weeks.
Approximately seven construction projects through multiple construction areas are slated on I-90 for 2022 through this 75-mile corridor. Delays will primarily occur weekdays. During summer weekends, there are delays as well due to traffic increases on Sundays.
For the first time since its construction in 1975, the Mullan Road bridge is getting a much-needed facelift. Contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will remove and replace the deteriorating concrete on the bridge deck, preserving the structure and providing a smoother ride to…
Travelers headed to the Tacoma Dome or LeMay America’s Car Museum using East 27th Street and East Wiley Street will want to plan for extra travel time. Construction crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will close the intersection of East 27th Street and East L Street from 5 a.m. on…
People who travel south on US 101 in Olympia and Tumwater will soon see orange construction signs, heralding the start of roadway improvements.
BELLEVUE – The public is invited to attend a virtual meeting with the I-405/SR 167 Corridor Program Executive Advisory Group.
Beginning Monday, April 18, Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will close the left lanes while crews from the Washington State Department of Ecology remove litter from the center median.
It’s time for airports to submit their applications for the second round of 2021-2023 Airport Aid Program grants.