Grant update

In October 2020, WSDOT learned that the Industrial Way/Oregon Way project was not a recipient of either a BUILD or CRISI grant. WSDOT is continuing work with local partners to modify the design of the project and reduce the cost while maintaining key benefits

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August 2020 Newsletter

We hope this newsletter finds you and your loved ones healthy. While it’s been some time since our last newsletter about the Industrial Way/Oregon Way Intersection (IWOW) Project, we’ve been busy working to refine the project design and wanted to share some updates with you. A refined design Refined intersection design – GSA-Updated. In fall […]

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Partial Grade-Separated Option B (PGSB) Identified as the Preferred Alternative

July 2018 Cowlitz County, Washington State Department of Transportation, and the Federal Highway Administration are studying ways to address traffic congestion, travel reliability, and safety issues at one of the busiest truck tonnage intersections in our state – Industrial Way (State Route 432), State Route 433, and Oregon Way. The Project’s Executive Committee reviewed the […]

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Publication of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement

March 2018 Cowlitz County, in cooperation with the Washington State Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, is studying ways to address traffic congestion, travel reliability for vehicles, emergency response, freight truck mobility, and safety issues at one of the busiest truck tonnage intersections in our state – Industrial Way (State Route 432), State […]

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Preparation of Technical Studies and Draft Environmental Impact Statement Underway

October 2017 Cowlitz County, in cooperation with the Washington State Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, is studying ways to address traffic congestion, travel reliability for vehicles, emergency response, freight truck mobility, and safety issues at one of the busiest truck tonnage intersections in our state – Industrial Way (State Route 432), State […]

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Thank You For Your Input: Two “Build” Alternatives Advance to the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Further Study

April 2017 Cowlitz County, in cooperation with the Washington State Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, is studying ways to address traffic congestion, travel reliability for vehicles, emergency response, freight truck mobility, and safety issues at one of the busiest truck tonnage intersections in our state – Industrial Way (State Route 432), State […]

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