WSDOT, working with local communities, conducted a study of SR 19 and part of SR 20 from the SR 19 / SR 20 intersection to the Port Townsend Ferry Terminal in Jefferson County. The Corridor Plan identifies a list of low, moderate and high cost improvements over the next 20 years.
Download the final SR 19 / SR 20 Corridor Plan:
Executive Summary (pdf 1.5mb)
Chapter 1: Purpose of Corridor Plan (pdf 300kb)
Chapter 2: Existing Route Characteristics (pdf 1.8mb)
Chapter 3: Study Process (pdf 680kb)
Chapter 4: Stakeholder Recommendations (pdf 2.4mb)
Chapter 5: Plan Implementation (pdf 475kb)
Appendices (pdf 5.3mb)
The SR 19 / SR 20 Corridor Plan identifies transportation improvement opportunities that increases safety. These projects could be built over the next 20 years as funding becomes available.
The SR 19 / SR 20 Corridor Plan identifies transportation mobility improvement opportunities. These projects could be built over the next 20 years as funding becomes available.
| Protects Environment
WSDOT is committed to preserving the environment and makes every effort to assess and minimize environmental impacts from our projects.
Partnerships & Cooperation
WSDOT staff worked with the Corridor Working Group to identify potential improvement projects. The Corridor Working Group is made up of local, county and state officials and staff, as well as business and citizen representatives.
The corridor planning study was funded through WSDOT planning funds. Projects identified in the plan will compete for statewide funding on a biennial basis.
WSDOT Olympic Region Planning Office
PO Box 47440
Olympia, WA 98504-7440
Phone: (360) 357-2722
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