EXTENT GREEN
I-5 New Lanes Centralia to Grand Mound
Eliminates a serious bottleneck for freight
and travelers by adding a new lane in each
direction between downtown Centralia and
Grand Mound. Reduces collisions by 19 percent.
Construction begins: 2009 Completion: 2009
Cost: $160 million
GREEN
SR 510 New Alignment, Yelm
Constructs four miles of new three-lane
highway around Yelm to reduce congestion
through the city’s downtown. Funds engineering
and right-of-way purchases. Reduces
collisions by 28 percent.
Construction begins: 2005 Completion: 2011
Cost: $33 million
GREEN

I-5 Noise Walls, Lacey
Constructs noise walls near Lacey to
reduce traffic noise in nearby
neighborhoods.
Construction begins: 2010 Completion: 2010
Cost: $5 million
RED
I-5/SR 16 and SR 167 New Carpool Lanes,
Tacoma

Adds carpool lanes on I-5 from 38th Street to the
Port of Tacoma Road and adds carpool lane
connections between SR 16 and I-5. Increases
peak-hour travel speed by 20 percent.
Construction begins: 2006 Completion: 2015
Cost: $425 million
RED
SR 410 New Lanes, Bonney Lake
Adds 1.25 miles of new lanes in each direction
between 214 th and 234th. Adds a median barrier
and a traffic signal to improve safety and
reduce collisions by 68 percent.
Construction begins: 2007 Completion: 2009
Cost: $13.5 million
RED
SR 161 Rebuild, Clear Lake North Road,
Eatonville

Realign and widen the roadway to reduce
collisions by 56 percent.
Construction begins: 2010 Completion: 2011
Cost: $3 million
RED
SR 704 New Highway, Lakewood/Spanaway
Builds six miles of new four-lane highway
that will directly connect the I-5
corridor with the mid-county of Pierce.
Construction begins: 2007 Completion: 2009
Cost: $15 million from gas tax; $15 million
from "nickel" package & $7.2 from
federal funds.
RED
SR 167/SR 410, Sumner (two projects)
Install new cable guardrail in the
median to reduce head-on collisions
by 10 percent.
Construction begins: 2006 Completion: 2006
Cost: $.8 million
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE