On a typical morning commute, the westbound US 2 trestle in Snohomish County is packed with commuters trying to reach downtown Everett or connect to southbound Interstate 5. Sharing those commute experiences can now help the Washington State Department of Transportation make decisions about the future of the westbound trestle.
WSDOT has posted an online open house for people to learn about preliminary work and a public survey to provide feedback.
The informational online open house showcases early draft concepts for improvements or replacement of the westbound trestle. It also provides information about many of the environmental and highway system challenges that must be addressed as part of any improvement or replacement. These concepts were initially evaluated by advisory groups that included state legislators, local elected leaders, and representatives from public works, transit and natural resource agencies.
The online open house and survey are available in English, Spanish and Russian. Links to the Spanish and Russian versions are available within the English open house document.
The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. It will remain online through Friday, Oct. 16.
Click here for the full news release which includes the link to the online open house and survey.