This is interesting, a new Shared Space concept is being tested where the pedestrians and cars share the road with no signs. barriers, etc . This is pretty different from the way we think about stuff today. What do you think about this concept?
There is good news for Grays Harbor county travelers between Montesano and Raymond. This week, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation reopened the State Route 107 Chehalis River Bridge to two-way travel.
Washington is rolling out its statewide strategy and needs assessment for people who bike, walk and roll. The Washington State Department of Transportation released its new Washington State Active Transportation Plan, 2020 and Beyond – Part 1, now available online.
Travel reliability and safety improvements are coming for travelers who walk, bike, roll or drive along East Mill Plain Boulevard (State Route 501) and East 15th Street in downtown Vancouver. Work starts Monday, May 3, and travelers should plan on extra time to reach their destinations.
After four months of environmental permitting and design work, there is good news for Olympic Peninsula travelers between Neah Bay and Port Angeles. Starting Thursday, April 29, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will begin work to reopen State Route 112 in Clallam County.