Welcome

Thank you for visiting the US 2 Upper Wenatchee Valley Corridor Transportation Study project website. The Chelan-Douglas Transportation Council is working with the City of Leavenworth, Chelan County, the Washington State Department of Transportation and Link Transit to study options to improve mobility and safety for all modes of travel along the US 2 corridor between Coles Corner and Cashmere.

Latest update (April 2019):

  • The study kicked off early 2019 with the first meeting of the Project Advisory Committee.
  • The study team is gathered and documented information about collisions, traffic volumes, travel patterns along the corridor, and more to inform the next phase of the project.
  • The study team has developed a Vision and Guiding Principles for the corridor. Provide your thoughts.

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How to use this website

  • Visit the tabbed “stations” to learn more about each aspect of the project.
  • You can visit the site as many times as you wish – new information will be added as we go.
  • Submit your thoughts and questions. Learn more in the “Talk to us” section.
  • Share this site with others who may be interested in this effort to improve transportation through the Upper Wenatchee Valley.

Como usar este sitio de web

  • Visite las secciones “estaciones” para aprender más acerca de cada aspecto del proyecto.
  • Usted puede visitar el sitio tantas veces como desee – añadiremos información nueva conforme avancemos.
  • Envíe sus opiniones y preguntas. Aprenda más en la sección “Hable Con Nosotros.”
  • Comparta este sitio con otros quienes puedan estar interesados en este esfuerzo por mejorar el transporte a lo largo del Valle Superior de Wenatchee.
A section of U.S. Highway 2 next to the Wenatchee River with autumn color trees, firs, and snowy mountains in the background.

Take notes as you go