WSDOT, Yakima Transit celebrate completion of Regional Mobility Grant program's 50th project
Two years ago, the park and ride facility near the Selah Firing Center off Interstate 82 outside Yakima was a shadow of its current self: unpaved, under-improved and too small to adequately serve the needs of nearby residents and commuters.
That all changed when Yakima Transit was awarded a Regional Mobility Grant by the Legislature to be used toward upgrading (and just plain grading) a cracked and graveled lot into a fully paved, lighted and landscaped park and ride facility. In the process, the new facility nearly tripled in capacity, going from around 40 gravel-pocked parking spots to 114 freshly striped stalls. And there’s room for further expansion in the future, which could bring capacity to around 150 stalls.
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WSDOT's Public Transportation Division now hiring
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We are mostly filling positions left vacant during the first steps of an ongoing reorganization. This reorganization is designed to help the division:
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Job locations vary, with most located optionally in either Olympia or downtown Seattle.