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
ORANGE
Safety and Congestion, Belfair Adds a center turn lane to reduce traffic
congestion and adds sidewalks for pedestrian safety.
Increases overall traffic speeds by 20 percent
while reducing injury collisions by 30 percent.
In partnership with Mason County.
Construction begins: 2011 Completion: 2013
Cost: $15.7 million
ORANGE
Traffic Signal, Belfair
A new signal will reduce injury
collisions by 66 percent at the intersection
of SR 3 and SR 106.
Construction begins: 2007 Completion: 2007
Cost: $1 million
ORANGE
Off-ramp to US 101, Shelton
Reduces collisions by adding a new
off-ramp from SR 3 to northbound US 101.
Adds room to accelerate before merging into traffic.
Construction begins: 2008 Completion: 2008
Cost: $3 million
ORANGE
New Bridge at US 101 Junction, Shelton
Replaces the aging bridge.
Construction begins: 2009 Construction ends: 2009
Cost: $2 million
ORANGE
New Bridge, Shelton
Replaces aging bridge at Goldsborough Creek
and allows the intersection at Fairmont Avenue
to be improved, reducing collisions by 25 percent.
Construction begins: 2010 Construction ends: 2010
Cost: $9.9 million
ORANGE
New Lynch Road Interchange, Shelton
Builds a new county access road and updates
the US 101 vehicle crossing at Lynch Road to
reduce the number and severity of collisions at that location.
Construction begins: TBD Completion: TBD Cost:$1 million toward the construction of the new
intersection to be built by Mason County.
ORANGE
Landslide Control, Purdy Creek to Lilliwaup
Fixes landslide prone slopes adjacent to
US 101 in rural area without easy alternate routes.
Construction begins: 2006 Competion: 2007
Cost: $.5 million
PURPLE
SR 6 Bridge Replacements
South Fork Chehalis River Bridge west of Adna

Construction begins: 2008 Completion: 2009
Cost: $6.7 million
PURPLE
SR 6 Bridge Replacements
The two Rock Creek Bridges west of
Pe Ell near the Pacific County line

Construction begins: 2012 Completion: 2013
Cost: $12 million
PURPLE R
Chehalis Junction High Speed Crossovers
Constructs a set of new high speed rail crossovers near
Chehalis to allow faster Amtrak Cascades trains to move
around slower freight trains, at speeds up to 60 mph.
Construction begins: 2014 Completion: 2015
Cost: $3.9 million
PURPLE R
Newaukum River High Speed Crossovers near Napavine
Constructs a set of new high speed rail crossovers south of
the Newaukum River to allow faster Amtrak Cascades
trains to move around slower freight trains, at speeds up to 60 mph.
Construction begins: 2014 Completion: 2015
Cost: $3.5 million
PURPLE R
Winlock High Speed Crossovers
Constructs a set of new high speed rail crossovers
just south of SR 505 near Winlock to allow faster
Amtrak Cascades trains to move around slower freight trains,
at speeds up to 60 mph.
Construction begins:2006 Completion: 2007
Cost: $3.9 million
PURPLE R
PS&P/TRMW Chehalis Junction to Blakeslee Junction Via Centralia
Upgrades the track and installs new railroad switch and
signalization to improve train movement and reduce rail
congestion for trains heading to the Port of Grays Harbor from Centralia.
Construction begins: 2006 Completion: 2007
Cost: $7 million