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Snohomish County Committee for Improved Transportation
2004 Legislative Priorities


The Snohomish County Committee for Improved Transportation (SCCIT) was created in 1985 as Snohomish County’s transportation needs continued to outstrip available resources. Innovative solutions were and are still needed to address funding and other critical transportation needs of Snohomish County. SCCIT is a non-profit organization comprised of business, citizen and governmental leaders who share a common interest in seeking solutions to our transportation problems and assuring that we improve the quality of life for the residents of Snohomish County as well as providing a more competitive business environment.

The following are our legislative priorities for 2004:
  • Expedited construction schedule for I-5 – Everett – SR 526 to US 2 HOV Lanes
  • Ongoing funding source for the state’s freight mobility program
  • Funding of the 41st Street Interchange
  • Designation of State Route 9 as a Highway of Statewide Significance
  • Complete full funding for the I-5/172nd St NE (SR 531) Interchange
  • Additional funding for Edmonds Crossing
  • Additional bonding authority for RTID
  • Increased funding for transit operations
  • More flexibility for the collection of tolls by private companies
  • Avoid legislation that prohibits transit agencies from operating in the most efficient manner
  • Funding for the Granite Falls Bypass
  • More flexibility for RTID and Nickel Gas Tax projects spending to achieve greater efficiencies for named projects and corridors
  • Replacement funding for local transportation improvements



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