CAMAS, WA — The public is invited to participate in a survey and weigh in on ways to improve safety on State Route 500, also known as Northeast Everett Street, near Northeast Robinson Road and Northeast 3rd Street, about four miles north of Camas. Rapid growth and development in the area have resulted in increased traffic and run-off-the-road crashes at these two intersections.
To inform future cost-effective improvements to help reduce fatal and serious injury crashes along the corridor, the Washington State Department of Transportation is seeking input from community members, area business and daily users of the corridor.
The public is invited to provide feedback in the online survey from Monday, July 27, until Friday, August 7. Those interested in participating can also request a hardcopy of the survey by calling 360-905-2076.
Community input is integral to the safety study process. The ideas and comments gathered via the survey will help shape the project design, which is scheduled for construction in summer 2022. The current estimated cost of the project is $2.5 million.
For more information visit the project web page: www.wsdot.wa.gov/projects/sr500/ne-robinson-ne-3rd/home