Any ideas to improve SR 160-Long Lake Road intersection? WSDOT wants to know

PORT ORCHARD — Do you have some “if only” ideas about how to improve SR 160 Sedgwick Road’s intersection with Long Lake Road?

If so, the Washington State Department of Transportation wants to hear them at a Port Orchard open house on Tuesday, May 23. The department is particularly interested in hearing residents’ thoughts about how to reduce the potential for crashes at the intersection.

The open house, which will run from 4-6:30 p.m. at Long Lake Community Center, 5100 Long Lake Road SE, will feature several possible improvement concepts on display. The agency will seek comments from participants about the concepts as part of its improvement investigation.

The agency said that no formal presentation will occur; participants are free to come and go at their leisure.

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