Study focuses on corridor planning and environmental conditions
LACEY – Community members have an opportunity to provide feedback on strategies aimed at improving commutes and environmental conditions through the Interstate 5 corridor in Thurston and Pierce Counties.
The Washington State Department of Transportation has created an online open house focusing on operations and intersection improvements on and off I-5 from Exit 99 in Tumwater to Exit 116 in DuPont. The strategies are a result of the Planning and Environmental Linkages study.
Participants of the online open house will view strategies that include potential projects to widen I-5 and increase vehicle capacity and multimodal opportunities. There are also strategies aimed at improving resiliency on outlying state highways in the event of a closure on I-5.
Feedback will be accepted starting today, Monday, March 14, through Monday, March 28.
I-5 Tumwater to Mounts Road Corridor Planning and Environmental Linkages Study Online Open House Information
Monday, March 14, to Monday, March 28, 2022
Participants will learn about the strategies evaluated, recommendations, and next steps.
Access for participation
- 500 College St. SE, Lacey, WA 98503
- 8205 Martin Way, Suite B, Lacey, WA 98516
- 1540 Wilmington Drive, Dupont, WA 98327
Additional Wi-Fi hotspots are available via the Washington State Department of Commerce website.