City of Port Townsend's Howard Street
Overview
The City of Port Townsend's Howard Street project was selected for funding in November 2012.

TIB contributed $2,233,301 in funding toward the $4,742,485 total cost of the project.

For more information about this project, contact:
Jason Phelps
Project Engineer
(360) 586-1151
JasonP@TIB.wa.gov
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9-W-151(006)-1
Howard Street
S Park Avenue to Discovery Road
FY 2014 Urban Corridor Program
Project Length: 0.33 mi.
ADT: 0
Functional Class: Minor
Type of Work: New Location
Total TIB Funding: $2,233,301
Total Project Costs: $4,742,485
Funding Partners
  • $2,233,301 from TIB's Urban Corridor Program (UCP)
  • $256,698 from the City of Port Townsend
  • $646,773 from Port Townsend Utlitiy Funds Water & Sewer
  • $300,000 from CERB GRANT
  • $205,713 from CERB LOAN
  • $1,100,000 from Federal Funding
Project Benefits
  • Provides critical link to commercial district Improves mobility Creates access Enhances non-motorized facilities
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About the Project
This project constructs approximately 1,700 feet of new arterial street connecting SR 20 to Discovery Road. The street will have two travel lanes, bike lanes, curb, gutter, sidewalks, and planter strips. A new roundabout will be constructed at the intersection of Howard Street and Discovery Road.
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