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Some of the projects launched by WSDOT
WSDOT - Washington State department of transportation was founded on March 1905. There are currently about 250 projects that WSDOT is currently planning or constructing. Some of the most notable projects are :
Interstate 90 project
The longest highway in US which runs from Seattle to Boston is the Interstate 90 (I 90). In Washington this runs through Seattle, Bellevue, Ellensburg, Moses Lake and Spokane. I 90 consists of 12 projects and some of them are:
- I-90 - Geiger Rd to Spokane Viaduct - PCCP Rehabilitation
- I-90 - Highpoint to Preston - New Trail
- I-90 - I-5 To 12th Avenue S. Seismic Retrofit
- I-90 - Sullivan Rd to Barker Rd
SR 99 - Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement
- The Alaskan Way Viaduct and seawall replacement is a program that includes mechanism led by WSDOT, City of Seattle, King County and the Port of Seattle.
- The double-deck viaduct, which is part of State Route 99, is being replaced by WSDOT. Seattle is running the Elliott Bay seawall project.
- The southern mile of the viaduct, between S. Holgate and S. King streets, is being replaced with a new side-by-side roadway that has wider lanes, meets current earthquake standards and improves mobility for people and goods in the south of downtown area.
- As a part of the replacement program, WSDOT is creating secure and mobility improvements in the corridor. The end result for this program will be the replacement of the Alaskan Way Viaduct and the Elliott Bay seawall.
- Project Benefits are Safety and traffic where safe, seismically sound replacement structures for the viaduct and seawall will be created.
- Also improvements to SR 99, city streets and transit would provide capacity in the transportation system for today and the future and improve access and mobility to and through downtown Seattle.
SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program
The SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program is expected to improve safety by replacing the aging floating bridge and maintain the region moving with vital transit and roadway improvements throughout the corridor. Some of them are:
- I-5 to Medina: Bridge Replacement and HOV ProjectReplaces the SR 520 floating bridge, interchanges and roadway between I-5 and the eastern shore of Lake Washington.
- Medina to SR 202: Eastside Transit and HOV ProjectCompletes and improves the transit and HOV system from Evergreen Point Road in Medina to the SR 202 interchange in Redmond.
- Pontoon Construction ProjectBuilds the large concrete structures needed to replace the SR 520 floating bridge if it failed in a catastrophic storm.