Route Development Plans are planning studies developed to identify deficiencies and propose solutions on state highway facilities. The studies include analysis of operating conditions, environmental issues, population and land use changes, as well as right-of-way and other issues affecting the future of a state highway and its neighbors.
The route development process identifies the transportation services desired by our customers, determines competing demands, and integrates the findings into a common vision for the entire transportation system. It is a process that supports investment decisions.
Living documents integrating transportation needs and discussions between Washington State Department of Transportation and communities, route development plans are periodically updated to address and reflect changing issues along a corridor.
This US 395 Route Development Plan is a large PDF file and may take time to open. The Appendixes are in separate files.
Main Document - (2.6 MB)
List of Appendices