US 2 Corridor Study
Chelan-Douglas Transportation Council (CDTC) is a regional coordinating agency that brings together local governments and the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to cooperatively plan for better transportation in the region. In response to a steadily-growing tourism economy and the associated demands on the US 2 highway corridor through the Upper Wenatchee Valley, CDTC and WSDOT decided to undertake a study to recommend transportation strategies that are supported and, over time, implemented by WSDOT and local governments.
The goal of this study is to identify realistic and implementable transportation capital enhancements that provide year-round benefit and management strategies to improve transportation for all modes along the corridor. The study emphasizes the unique traffic and safety issues associated with traffic that peaks during summer weekends and festivals in the City of Leavenworth rather than during a typical weekday afternoon.
This study was completed in April 2020.
You can view the study or download it from the link below.