WSDOT asks: How should we relieve Kitsap County traffic congestion?

The state agency is asking county residents to offer their opinions in an online survey.

PORT ORCHARD — Do you have a beef or concern about congestion on Kitsap County roads? Better yet, do you have some ideas how to help ease traffic delays?

The Washington State Department of Transportation and its local city and county partners are asking members of the public for their feedback, especially about new ways to mitigate traffic congestion. The agency said those thoughts can originate from people who ride bikes, walk or use transit to get around the county.

WSDOT has set up an online survey to collect the opinions of Kitsap County people who use area roadways. It will be open for your feedback through June 14. The link is www.surveymonkey.com/r/GK2262H.

To read more information on WSDOT’s planning efforts for future improvements in Port Orchard, visit this WSDOT link: https://tinyurl.com/yauzznez.

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