She reiterates the rules that must be met before the project receives federal dollars
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, issued a statement Tuesday reiterating that the Columbia River Crossing project must meet all of its funding and permitting requirements before it is eligible for federal dollars.
Commissioner Madore proposes the county and Vancouver each give one seat to smaller cities
A regular review now under way could lead to a shake-up of the C-Tran Board of Directors.
Issues include planned height of I-5 Bridge replacement
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler today reiterated her concerns about the Columbia River Crossing as the U.S. Coast Guard mulls a crucial bridge permit for the $3.4 billion project.
Bus rapid transit's status in state law not certain; could affect need for vote
The C-Tran Board of Directors narrowly advanced a proposed bus rapid transit line on Vancouver's Fourth Plain corridor Tuesday, approving a $2.25 million contract to carry the enhanced bus system through project development and on track to meet a key deadline later this year.
Awarding of contract would carry project through development phase
The C-Tran Board of Directors tonight will consider awarding a $2.2 million contract advancing a proposed bus rapid transit line on Vancouver's Fourth Plain corridor.
Environmental groups fearful of sprawl hail ruling
A Clark County Superior Court judge has blocked the rezoning of more than 1,000 acres of land along the White Salmon River, handing a victory to environmental groups who had challenged the move because they say it threatened a sensitive watershed.
Part of freeway shut down both ways for Salmon Creek project
Spokeswoman for WSDOT says there is a chance I-5 will reopen early
The company, east of Interstate 5 Bridge, is 'our Boeing,' legislator says
As the U.S. Coast Guard hosted a second night of testimony on the Columbia River Crossing on Wednesday, many Clark County residents turned their attention to a business with perhaps more at stake than any other in the project's outcome.
Crews will set girders over freeway as part of interchange project
Around-the-clock work over Interstate 5 in Salmon Creek will completely close both directions of the freeway this weekend.
The federal agency that essentially holds veto power over the Columbia River Crossing opened its ear to Portland and Vancouver residents Tuesday, and most who spoke called for a rejection of the controversial megaproject.