FINAL BILL REPORT
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C 154 L 13
Synopsis as Enacted
Brief Description: Extending the Chinook scenic byway.
Sponsors: Senators Roach and Shin.
Senate Committee on Transportation
House Committee on Transportation
Background: The state Scenic and Recreational Highways System was created in 1967. A segment of highway does not become part of the state Scenic and Recreational Highway System unless approved by the Legislature. Each scenic byway is defined in statute. Currently, the western terminus of the Chinook Byway is defined in current law as four miles east of Enumclaw.
Summary: One section of State Route 410 that is designated as a scenic and recreational highway is extended by approximately four miles. This action extends the designation to the intersection of State Route 410 with Farman Street in Enumclaw.
Votes on Final Passage:
July 28, 2013