Permanent jobs and economic development opportunities make the completion of SR 167 a smart investment for the state. It can also help with immediate job creation.

State Route 167 is a critical freight connection and the need to complete the highway has not gone away. This is especially true for the agriculture sector, which relies on the Port of Tacoma as an important gateway to international markets.

Three bills that make up Sen. King's statewide transportation revenue proposal have been introduced.

We have two media clips to pass along to you today, both of which are compliments of the News

Over seventy supporters of completing State Route 167 reminded state lawmakers of the importance of completing this project of statewide significance.

"The partisan quibbling over this transportation legislation is getting very old," declared the News Tribune in this morning's editorial.

Democrat transportation leaders held a press conference yesterday panning the Majority Caucus Coalition's latest transportation proposal.

Join the SR 167 Completion Coalition project supporters Feb. 21 at a lunch with members of the Pierce and South King County Delegation and other transportation leaders to discuss the current status of the Transportation Revenue Package.

At a press conference today, Sen. Curtis King and six of his colleagues in the Majority Caucus Coalition unveiled their proposal for a statewide transportation revenue package that would generate $12.4 billion.

Public affairs firm Cocker Fennesy today briefed the Port of Tacoma Commission on a new public opinion survey of Pierce County residents examining support for the Port, job creation and completion of State Route 167.