The Washington State Department of Transportation asks you to help them make US 195 safer. They’re conducting a US 195 Corridor Collision Analysis study, as part of the TARGET ZERO program, implemented by Governor Gregoire. The goal of Target Zero is to have zero deaths and zero serious injuries on Washington State roads by 2030. It identifies traffic safety needs and provides low-cost solutions and strategies based on specific findings.

The US 195 study starts at the Idaho State Line and ends at Spangle, Wa. Public Involvement is an important part of understanding actual conditions and behaviors that could be addressed as part of the study. Local “Listening Posts” will be set up this spring in Rosalia, Colfax, Pullman, and WSU to give comments and insights on US 195 that will include a survey of driver perceptions.

But in the meantime, WSDOT is trying to get an idea of your concerns and observations. They’re doing so with this online survey.. It just takes a minute, so if you drive 195, please take it.

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