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New tool INVEST-igates sustainability, demand

The results are in from a study assessing sustainability in corridor planning and project development, using an innovative online tool. WSDOT collaborated with the Federal Highway Administration to evaluate a new assessment tool called INVEST – Infrastructure Voluntary Evaluation Sustainability Tool. It provided insight to better integrate demand management and public health strategies into planning and project development.

FHWA developed the tool to help transportation agencies evaluate and improve the sustainability of their planning, project development, and operations and maintenance programs and processes.

WSDOT used INVEST to assess the unfunded portion of the SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program and three central Puget Sound corridor studies for US Highway 2, State Route 520 and State Route 516.  WSDOT will use the results to improve its sustainability practices and provide constructive feedback to FHWA.

Download the INVEST report (pdf 1.6 mb)




Now available: Statewide Human Services Transportation Plan

Washington's first Statewide Human Services Transportation Plan (pdf 1.6 mb) coordinates the needs, interests and visions of the state's 14 regional transportation planning organizations for a comprehensive approach to providing accessible, affordable transportation options for people with special needs, including seniors, people with disabilities and those living on low income.



Public Transportation Wall of Fame

WOF Community Transit

Community Transit team honored
Community Transit’s 2012 Transit Team was chosen to join the 2013 Wall of Fame for their exceptional achievement demonstrating Community Transit’s core values. Each Transit Team member also took the honor of the transit agency's Employee of the Year.
Back row: Senthil Nanjaiyan, Eric Wilkinson, Bill Kalinowski. Front row: Jayen Hass, state Transportation Secretary Lynn Peterson, Rakesh Sud, Kathryn Rasmussen, WSDOT Public Transportation Director Brian Lagerberg. CT team members not pictured: Jack Bartlett, Mike Warren, John Warren.

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