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Improving Passenger Rail Service to the Spokane Area

Transportation and infrastructure issues are of greater significance than ever before. Several studies have confirmed that there is a significant need for, and interest in, improved and more frequent Cascades service, as well as daytime east-west service. As your representative for better transportation for over 40 years, AAWA wants your voice to be heard in Olympia! These events will also be available electronically. Additional meetings are being offered statewide. Details are available at https://www.aawa.us/impact/2021-train-trek/...

Improving Passenger Rail Service for Leavenworth and Wenatchee

Passenger rail advocacy group All Aboard Washington (AAWA) is bringing its 2021 Train Trek to Leavenworth and Wenatchee on Friday, August 13. These events will also be available electronically. Additional meetings are being offered statewide. Details are available at https://www.aawa.us/impact/2021-train-trek/...

Advocates Meet to Discuss Returning Passenger Rail Service to Ritzville

Passenger rail advocacy group All Aboard Washington (AAWA) is bringing its 2021 Train Trek to Ritzville on Friday, August 20. These events will also be available electronically. Additional meetings are being offered statewide. Details are available at https://www.aawa.us/impact/2021-train-trek/...

Advocates Meet to Discuss Improving Passenger Rail Service

Additional Meeting Added! Passenger rail advocacy group All Aboard Washington (AAWA) is bringing its 2021 Train Trek to Edmonds and Everett on Thursday, August 12. These events will also be available electronically. Additional meetings are being offered statewide. Details are available at https://www.aawa.us/impact/2021-train-trek/...

Advocates Meet to Discuss Returning Passenger Rail Service to the Yakima Valley

Passenger rail advocacy group All Aboard Washington (AAWA) is bringing its 2021 Train Trek to Yakima and Toppenish on Saturday, August 14. These events will also be offered electronically. Additional meetings are being offered statewide. Details are available at https://www.aawa.us/impact/2021-train-trek/...

AAWA Submits Comments to USDOT on Transportation Equity

Our surface transportation program has focused on vehicles, vehicle speed, and through traffic for far too long. That emphasis minimizes the needs of those who cannot afford a vehicle, cannot drive, or choose not to drive. The focus on vehicle speed, with associated travel time savings, imposes safety risks to those traveling within the community on foot, wheelchair, mobility scooter, bike, rail, or other means of transportation....

A Busy Summer for AAWA

We hope you’re having an enjoyable start to the summer! All Aboard Washington has a few updates on our hard work over the past few months, including some fun upcoming activities....