Your thoughts and opinions are important to us. WSDOT provided updates on the project’s progress using public meetings, project mailings, this Web page and the local media.
For the latest public involvement meetings in Southwest Washington, visit the Southwest Region's Public Involvement page.
Increasing safety is our priority
During construction, WSDOT implemented all necessary traffic control management elements and safety measures to ensure the traveling public, and personnel were safe.
WSDOT makes every effort to assess and minimize environmental impacts from our projects. WSDOT makes every effort to assess and minimize environmental impacts from our projects. Temporary erosion control measures were used during construction activities to reduce environmental impacts on water quality. These measures included using silt fences, straw bales and inlet filters to prevent sediment from leaving the work site.
For environmental information specific to this project, please contact Barb Aberle at (360) 905-2186, or e-mail AberleB@wsdot.wa.gov.
Will this project impact tribal resources?
At WSDOT we seek to address the concerns of the tribal nations using the process outlined in Section 106 of The National Historic Preservation Act and the WSDOT Tribal Consultation Policy adopted in 2003 by the Transportation Commission as part of the WSDOT Centennial Accord Plan.
This process is not applicable because the project does not impact tribal lands.
For more information visit our WSDOT Tribal Liaison website.