COLUMBIA RIVER CROSSING CEVP®

The Columbia River Crossing project team ensures full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by prohibiting discrimination against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin or sex in the provision of benefits and services resulting from its federally assisted programs and activities. For questions regarding WSDOT’s Title VI Program, you may contact the ...

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Columbia River Crossing receives new funding ...

22/07/2010  Columbia River Crossing secures US$ 42 million in federal transportation funding to complete environmental reviews and start final designs.

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I-5 Columbia River Crossing Partnership

discretionary funding program for high-cost ... that the Columbia River Crossing Project complies with the mega project requirements; which are a pre-requisite to employing any Federal-aid highway funding for construction of the project. 1.2 Organization of Report This report is organized as follows: • Section 2 overviews FHWA’s general project and mega project oversight responsibilities ...

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Columbia River Crossing: Recently Asked Questions ...

In August 2011, the estimated construction cost for the Columbia River Crossing project decreased by $100 million due to recent decisions and increased certainty on the construction schedule. The estimate is part of an annual process that helps the project manage risks and reduce cost overruns.

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Columbia River Crossing Oversight Subcommittee

The I-5/Columbia River Crossing (CRC) project addresses six critical problems: congestion, crashes, freight immobility, earthquake risk, limited transit options, and poor bike and pedestrian access and connectivity. The project is estimated to cost up to $3.413 billion, funding for which is anticipated to come from tolls (up to $1.3 billion), the federal government ($1.3 billion), and Oregon ...

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Columbia River Crossing Tolling Study Committee Report to ...

We are pleased to submit the Columbia River Crossing (CRC) Tolling Study Committee’s report in accordance with ESSB 5352, as approved by the 2009 Washington State Legislature. Tolling is needed for the CRC project as a way to supplement federal and state funding and to manage traffi c fl ow. Th e Committee was charged with evaluating the

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Columbia River Crossing Project: Tolling Summary of Recent ...

being studied as one source of project funding. This report summarizes the results of recently completed analysis of tolling issues for the Columbia River Crossing Project. Purpose of Tolling Analysis The purpose of the work on tolling that has been done to date is to inform decisions about what tolling options, if any, should be studied in the upcoming Environmental Impact Statement (EIS ...

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