WSDOT looking for feedback on SR 162 study | Department of Transportation

WSDOT is conducting a study to look at how traffic flow can be improved along State Route 162 between Sumner and Orting. Considering congestion, planned development and growth in the area, are there improvements you would like to see?

The DOT is looking at what improvements can be made to SR 162 between Orting and Sumner.

The Washington State Department of Transportation wants your feedback.

WSDOT is conducting a study to look at how traffic flow can be improved along State Route 162 between Sumner and Orting. Considering congestion, planned development and growth in the area, are there improvements you would like to see?

Please take a few minutes to help shape the future. Your ideas will help WSDOT determine the best solutions for the highway corridor. Click here to access the SR 162 Sumner to Orting Corridor.

Visit wsdot.wa.gov/planning/Studies/SR162Corridor for additional information.

The survey will be live through Aug. 19, 2016.

 

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