The 20th Avenue corridor in Pasco, from Lewis Street to Sun Willows Boulevard, will be the focus of safety improvements over a six-month period. The project includes upgrading traffic and pedestrian signals, making ADA improvements at six intersections, widening the road near Robert Frost Elementary and improving the on/off ramps at Interstate 182. The Pasco City Council will vote Monday to go forward with the $2 million bid from Moreno & Nelson Construction Corp. of Walla Walla.
The 20th Avenue corridor in Pasco, from Lewis Street to Sun Willows Boulevard, will be the focus of safety improvements over a six-month period. The project includes upgrading traffic and pedestrian signals, making ADA improvements at six intersections, widening the road near Robert Frost Elementary and improving the on/off ramps at Interstate 182. The Pasco City Council will vote Monday to go forward with the $2 million bid from Moreno & Nelson Construction Corp. of Walla Walla. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
The 20th Avenue corridor in Pasco, from Lewis Street to Sun Willows Boulevard, will be the focus of safety improvements over a six-month period. The project includes upgrading traffic and pedestrian signals, making ADA improvements at six intersections, widening the road near Robert Frost Elementary and improving the on/off ramps at Interstate 182. The Pasco City Council will vote Monday to go forward with the $2 million bid from Moreno & Nelson Construction Corp. of Walla Walla. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

$2M in signal upgrades, road widening set for Pasco's 20th Avenue

March 19, 2017 08:56 PM

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