Virtual Meeting Agenda
Preparations for I-405/SR 167 Toll Rate Adjustments
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Monday, November 13, 2023
Item 1: 3:00 p.m.
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Presenter: Debbie Young, Chair, Washington State Transportation Commission
Item 2: 3:05
Overview of I-405/SR 167 Toll-Setting Considerations
Presenters: Carl See, Deputy Director, Washington State Transportation Commission
Ed Barry, Director of Tolling, Washington State Department of Transportation
Karl Westby, Senior Traffic Manager, I-405 Program, Washington State Department of Transportation
The Commission will receive an overview of the I-405/SR 167 performance and financial needs and will be briefed on preliminary financial analysis around possible toll rate changes, which could occur by February 2024.
I-405 / SR 167 Express Toll Lanes (pdf 202kb)
Item 3: 3:45
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Pasco, WA – In-Person/Virtual Hybrid Meeting
November 14-15, 2023
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