Your Community. Your Voice.


Get involved! Have your say!

The City of Bellingham is working with Whatcom Transportation Authority (WTA), the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and the Whatcom Council of Governments (WCOG) to study the transportation system surrounding Interstate-5, between the Samish Way and Iowa/Ohio interchanges for future improvements.


The Lincoln-Lakeway Multimodal Transportation Study webpage has more information, links, and resources available to help inform you about the study area.


Currently, we are conducting a survey of local residents to get your input on this important study. This is the first public opportunity to provide insight and help identify issues, needs, and priorities to improve the multimodal transportation systems in this area, including:

  • Walking

    Sidewalks, crosswalks, curb ramps and accessibility for physically challenged users, street lighting

  • Bicycling

    On-street bicycle facilities, bike markings, and designated secure parking for bicycles

  • Public Transit

    Bus routes, frequency, service, bus stops, comfort, safety, lighting

  • Driving

    Traffic congestion, intersections, turn lanes, driveways, speed limits

  • Freight & Delivery

    Delays, delivery times, loading/unloading

Will this be my only chance to provide input?

*Due to the unprecedented impacts of COVID-19, we do not know if or when we will be able to offer additional opportunities for public input, which elevates the importance of this initial stakeholder survey.

Study Area




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Questions? Contact:

Chris Comeau, City of Bellingham Transportation Planner

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