The City of Bellevue has proposed updates to its long-range Transportation Facility Plan, and the public is invited to comment through Monday, Nov. 20.
The Transportation Facility Plan is a blueprint for transportation capital improvements throughout Bellevue over a 12-year span. The Transportation Department is proposing updating the 2004-2015 plan with a new 2006-2017 plan.
The city has issued a draft environmental impact statement to analyze impacts associated with the new plan. Agencies, affected tribes and members of the public can comment on the draft EIS until 5 p.m., Nov. 20.
Copies of the draft EIS are available at Bellevue City Hall, 450 110th Avenue NE, in local libraries and on the city website from the Transportation Plans and Studies page.
Comments should be submitted in writing to Michael Paine, Bellevue Department of Planning & Community Development, P.O. Box 90012, Bellevue WA 98009-9012 or by e-mail. For more information about the draft EIS or the Bellevue Transportation planning process, e-mail Michael Ingram or call him at 425-452-4166.
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