US 395 Safety Corridor Improvements Project

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The Washington State Department of Transportation is planning safety improvements to the US 395 corridor, and we want your feedback!

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Project Overview

The stretch of US 395 from Pasco to Ritzville provides a north-south connection between Spokane and the Tri-Cities. This region is experiencing residential and industrial growth, with increased freight traffic. To help reduce collisions along the corridor, WSDOT is considering improvements like acceleration and deceleration lanes, improve existing left turn lanes and other safety improvements. Your input will help us determine how to design and construct this project to best serve the community.

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Benefits
  • Improves mobility for all travelers: Safety improvements will allow passenger vehicles to maintain speeds while allowing freight vehicles enough space to safely enter and exit the highway.
  • Improves safety: Project improvements will reduce collisions.
Benefits
  • Improves mobility for all travelers: Safety improvements will allow passenger vehicles to maintain speeds while allowing freight vehicles enough space to safely enter and exit the highway.
  • Improves safety: Project improvements will reduce collisions.
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Funding

The Washington State Legislature allocated $15 million through the 2015 Connecting Washington transportation funding package to make safety improvements along the US 395 corridor.

Funding

The Washington State Legislature allocated $15 million through the 2015 Connecting Washington transportation funding package to make safety improvements along the US 395 corridor.

Project Schedule

The graphic below shows the anticipated project timeline starting with design in summer 2018 through scheduled completion in fall 2019.

US 395 safety corridor Improvements project timeline
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