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Published: Wednesday, April 07, 2021
House passes $11 billion transportation budget    Print 

House passes $11 billion transportation budget

By Sydney Brown
Washington State Journal
The Washington House of Representatives passed a $10.94 billion transportation budget with some bipartisan support. The vote on April 2 was 87-11. The budget pays for expanded green transportation and improved roadways.
Construction of a hybrid-electric ferry will get $152.5 million from the budget, along with $12 million toward electric vehicle grants and $15 million for reducing carbon emissions.
The proposal also spends $726 million on fish passage barrier removals to comply with federal Department of Transportation standards. More than $1 billion would go toward road construction, corridor widening and engineering for several state highways and corridors.
“With an influx of pandemic federal relief funds, we are able to invest in fish passage barrier removal and provide much needed funding for the state's ferry system,” Rep. Andrew Barkis, R-Olympia, said in a statement.
In addressing equity, budget writers proposed $6 million for the Pre-Apprenticeship Support Services program for contractors from underrepresented groups. Another $2 million would be dedicated to the Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises for contractors.
“Historically, transportation budgets focus on concrete and asphalt. We've tried to break new ground in this budget and focus on equity and opportunity for everyone in Washington State,” Rep. Bill Ramos, D-Issaquah, said.
To fund the new proposal, lawmakers will rely on both federal funding from the American Rescue Plan and the passage of proposed taxes on carbon emissions and gasoline.
The budget got support from across the aisle, with agreement on funding for road projects and preserving the ferry system.


Monday, May 31, 2021
Index-Galena Road Index-Galena Road
Construction is scheduled over a three-year period with plans to reopen the road by fall 2023

Monday, October 26, 2020
Tis the season to plan for snow and ice Tis the season to plan for snow and ice
Studded tires allowed in Washington from Nov. 1 to March 31; stud-free winter tire alternatives are legal year-round

Tuesday, September 08, 2020
Lane, traffic signals added on SR 524 at Yew Way Lane, traffic signals added on SR 524 at Yew Way
New traffic signals will turn on at the Yew Way-Maltby Road intersection on State Route 524, just west of SR 522 near Woodinville, early Wednesday, Sept. 9.

Thursday, September 03, 2020
Check schedules and expect waits for state ferries over Labor Day weekend Check schedules and expect waits for state ferries over Labor Day weekend
People who plan to travel on a state ferry over the Labor Day weekend should check sailing schedules and plan for long waits if driving a vehicle aboard.

Wednesday, September 02, 2020
Allow extra time if traveling this Labor Day weekend Allow extra time if traveling this Labor Day weekend
Plan ahead, use WSDOT tools to stay in the know before and during trips

Friday, July 24, 2020
First-of-its-kind bridge project First-of-its-kind bridge project
Super-light carbon fiber molds will form bridge to replace old culvert

Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Reopening of North Cascades Highway Reopening of North Cascades Highway
Reopening of North Cascades Highway near Rockport on track for early August Hillside stabilization above State Route 20 weeks from completion

Thursday, June 04, 2020
Ferry schedules to remain in place Ferry schedules to remain in place
Until further notice, all state ferries will operate on their current reduced schedules

Thursday, March 19, 2020
Four Community Transit Drivers Test Positive For COVID-19 Four Community Transit Drivers Test Positive For COVID-19
We have received notification from four individual coach operators that their health care providers have informed them that they have tested presumptive positive for COVID-19.

Friday, March 06, 2020
Community Transit Proposes More Trips Community Transit Proposes More Trips
Community Transit Proposes More Trips, New Routing for Fall 2020, Spring 2021

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