SR 302 Corridor Study - Elgin Clifton Road to SR 16 Public Involvement

Categorized Under: Environment, Transportation



ICF helped complete a pre-environmental study for improvement of SR 302, between SR 3 and SR 16, an important east-west link between Key Peninsula communities and Gig Harbor, Tacoma, and other parts of Washington.

ICF led the environmental constraints analysis and public involvement components of the project, which evaluated the environmental impacts of widening the existing roadway or creating a new corridor to improve mobility and enhance motorist safety. We initiated an extensive public involvement and assessment program, including a series of more than 30 interviews with key stakeholders, community leaders, and organizations; developed a project newsletter, news releases, and project posters; and developed a comprehensive direct mail and electronic database for distribution of materials. In addition, ICF led the strategy and meeting design for a large public meeting, which drew 187 residents from the Key Peninsula, and two public open houses. We also developed a stakeholder and public involvement strategy, including development of an internal and external communications plan; initiation, chartering, and facilitation of a community-based working group; participating agency coordination; and scoping.

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Insight Details

Client: Washington State Department of Transportation
Location: WA

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