On Tuesday, February 9, Senators Marko Liias and Rebecca Saldaña and Representative Jake Fey released a $16.8 billion, 16-year transportation package called, "Move Ahead Washington."
There are many sources to learn more about the package. This post will highlight just the listed projects that are line-itemed for funding.
Snohomish County Projects in the Move Ahead Washington Package
Of the listed projects benefiting Snohomish County, more than 79% of the funding is dedicated to highway capacity and preservation projects. Transit projects receive 11.5%, and active transportation represent 9.5%.
A few of the highway projects may include significant transit and pedestrian improvements, so the 79% figure is a bit inflated.
The percentages do not include the I-405/SR 167 Corridor Improvements Project.
New Highway Projects
Everett to Lake Stevens
US 2 Trestle Capacity Improvements & Westbound Trestle Replacement
Maltby to Monroe
SR 522 Widening
156th Street Railroad Overcrossing
Paine Field Access (100th St. SW)
Poplar Way Bridge
SR 99 BAT Lanes: 148th St SW to Airport Rd
Bothell Way/Bothell Everett Hwy Widening
Grove Street Overcrossing
Completing Existing Projects
Bellevue to Canyon Park to Lynnwood
I-405/SR 167 Corridor Improvements
I-5/NB Marine View Dr to SR 529
SR525 Bridge Replacement
16th Street NE Centennial Trail Connector - Phase I
South Lake Stevens Road Multi-Use Path - Phase 2
North Broadway Pedestrian Bridge
Edmonds & Lynnwood
SR 99 Revitalization Project
Cascade Elementary Safe Routes to School
Swift Bus Rapid Transit - Green Line Extension
Swift Bus Rapid Transit - Silver Line
Swift Bus Rapid Transit - Gold Line
WSDOT (Ash Way P&R)
I-5/164th St SW Lynnwood Link Improvements
Other Relevant Projects
Zero-Emission Fleet Transition
Terry's Corner Staff Support Facility
Maintenance Operations and Administration Facility