The State Route 305 widening project between Hostmark Street and Bond Road added lanes with peak hour high occupancy vehicle (HOV) designation, improved five intersections and installed bike lanes.
The project added sidewalks,bicycle lanes, and turning lanes at five intersections.
The use of HOV lanes helps traffic flow during peak commuting hours. Emergency vehicles are able to respond to incidents much more quickly due to the additional lanes.
| Protects Environment
Dogfish Creek was realigned as part of this project, providing better salmon passage.
The SR 305 Bond Road Environmental Assessment (EA) (pdf 2683 kb) was completed and the Federal Highway Administration issued a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) (pdf 2.1 mb) in May 2005.
Partnerships & Cooperation
WSDOT, along with its partners, the State Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) and City of Poulsbo, awarded the project to contractor Stan Palmer Construction, Inc. for its bid of $14.9 million.
This project is funded from the following sources:
Federal - $20,536,208
State - $2,406,620
Other Agency Funds-$10,308,558
- City of Poulsbo ($1,046)
- Olhava Associates L.P. ($5,603,798),
- Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) - ($4,272,000),
- City of Poulsbo/TIB Match - ($427,200),
- Sprint ($4,514)
Total Funding Available From All Sources : $33,251,386
Jerry D. Moore, Project Manager
WSDOT Port Angeles Engineer Office
1707 South C Street
Port Angeles, WA 98363
Phone: 360-565-0620 or 1-877-713-7584
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