State Route 167 supporters are invited to join Gov.

The completion of State Route 167and the larger Puget Sound Gateway projecthas been named one of the most important transportation projects in all of North America on a list compiled by CG-LA Infrastructure, a Washington, D.C.-based consulting firm specializing in infrastructure investments.

The Government Finance Officers Association has awarded the Port of Tacoma its Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the Port’s 2015 budget document.

The Port of Tacoma was honored with a Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award at the 2015 Esri International User Conference in San Diego. This award acknowledges vision, leadership, hard work and innovative use of Esri's geographic information system (GIS) technology.

Less congestion and efficient cargo movement helped international container volumes through the Puget Sound gateway improve 14 percent in June compared to June 2014.

With the State Route 520 Bridge construction behind him, Gov. Jay Inslee signed the bills making up a $16 billion transportation package on Wednesday at the University of Washington.

SR 167 supporters are invited to join Gov. Inslee at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15, for the bill signing ceremony of the 2015 Transportation Investment Package (SB 5987, SB 5988 and SB 5989).

With the passage of two final bills in the House of Representatives today, the Washington State Legislature completed its work on a 16-year $16.2 billion statewide transportation package.

The package includes $1.85 billion for the Puget Sound Gateway, which includes the substantive completion of State Route 167.

The ports of Tacoma and Seattle applaud the Washington State Legislature’s passage of a $16.2 billion transportation investment package that will benefit the state’s economy by speeding the movement of cargo through the ports and freight corridors.  

The sustainability commitments of the ports of Seattle and Tacoma have once again earned Inbound Logistics Green Supply Chain Partner honors. 

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