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SR 167 Completion Project

Project overview

The SR 167 Completion Project in Pierce County is part of the Puget Sound Gateway Program, which also includes the SR 509 Completion Project in King County. Together these projects complete two major unfinished highways in the Puget Sound region to create new connections to Interstate 5, the ports of Tacoma and Seattle and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The SR 167 Completion Project constructs 6 new miles of tolled highway between Puyallup and the Port of Tacoma and builds sidewalks and shared-use paths for non-motorized travelers. Completing this unfinished highway will greatly benefit the movement of freight, improve safety and reduce congestion on local roads and highways in the surrounding area.

Project status
$2.67 billion funds both the SR 167 Completion Project in Pierce County and the SR 509 Completion Project in King County
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What to expect

Project open house in Fife

5-7 p.m. Tuesday, June 4
Fife Community Center
2111 54th Ave. E.
Fife, WA
Transit access: Pierce Transit Route 501 has two bus stops on 54th Avenue East, located immediately north and south of the Fife Community Center.
If accommodations are needed, such as American Sign Language, or interpreters, please consider registering for this event. Registration is not required to attend. 

Drop in any time between 5-7 p.m. Project staff will be available to talk with attendees about current and upcoming construction, the project timeline, toll rate setting process, environmental improvements and non-motorized improvements. A brief presentation will be offered at 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. 



The SR 167 Completion Project will close a crucial gap in the state's highway system by completing the unfinished SR 167 between Puyallup and the Port of Tacoma. The new four-lane highway will be called an expressway and will be electronically tolled (no tollbooths) at 2 toll points - one west of I-5 and the other east of I-5.