Governor in Shoreline Wednesday

Monday, February 15, 2016

Gov. Jay Inslee
Governor Jay Inslee will be in Shoreline Wednesday at the WSDOT Transportation Management Center, 15710 Dayton Ave N, Shoreline to announce express toll lane changes on I-405 and new changes to assist with congestion along I-5 corridor.

Gov. Jay Inslee will meet with workers and managers at Washington State Department of Transportation’s new Transportation Management Center in Shoreline on Tuesday, February 16.

Inslee will highlight two key proposals – new Incident Response Teams and faster replacement of aging expansion joints – for improving congestion and safety along the I-5 corridor.

Inslee is requesting the Legislature to approve 10 new Incident Response Teams that can quickly help clear collisions and provide roadside assistance.

IRTs have proven to be a cost-effective way of reducing congestion resulting from blocking collisions and disabled vehicles on the freeway. Inslee proposed $10 million for the new IRTs in his supplemental transportation budget.

Inslee will also announce that WSDOT is scheduled to replace dozens of aging expansion joints along I-5 from Marysville to Federal Way. This is a critical safety and maintenance issue that Inslee says cannot be delayed.

In addition, Inslee will announce more than a dozen improvements being made to the I-405 express toll lanes to improve traffic flow and add capacity.


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