Public input needed for connectivity in south Pierce County study

People who live, work, play and commute through south Pierce County have an opportunity to provide feedback on a study focused on improving connectivity on multiple state highways.

The Washington State Department of Transportation has created an online open house, South Pierce Multimodal Connectivity Study | WSDOT (, focusing on opportunities for improving connectivity, safety and reducing delays for people who walk, bike, roll or drive on State Routes 7, 161, 162, 507 and major local roadways in the area.

Feedback will be accepted during the online open house through Dec. 16.

Free Wi-Fi access is available through the Pierce County Library System for those who wish to participate in the online open house but do not have broadband service including:

• Eatonville Library, 205 Center St. W., Eatonville

• Graham Library, 9202 224th St. E., Graham

• Additional Wi-Fi hotspots available through the Washington State Department of Commerce website.



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