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CRC in the national spotlight again

Bloomberg News may not have a huge following in Clark County, but the New York-based outlet turned heads Friday with a lengthy piece recounting the demise of the Columbia River […]

A “mitigation payment” for Thompson Metal Fab?

Buried in the long list of expenditures paid out by the Columbia River Crossing during the past decade is an item that may have caught the attention of some readers. In […]

Herrera Beutler again presses Coast Guard on CRC

U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler this week sent a letter to the U.S. Coast Guard again pressing the agency for internal records related to the now-defunct Columbia River Crossing. The Coast […]

CRC on the ropes? Shhh… Don’t tell the FTA

2013 was a tough year for the Columbia River Crossing. One state pulled out of the proposed Interstate 5 Bridge replacement after lawmakers authorized no money for it. Much of the […]

Herrera Beutler questions absence of CRC oversight reports

U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, this week asked the Federal Transit Administration why regular oversight reports on the Columbia River Crossing abruptly stopped last year. In a letter sent to […]

C-Tran in the spotlight in Olympia

It's been four months since C-Tran inked a contract with TriMet to operate light rail in Vancouver as part of the Columbia River Crossing project. But the controversial deal is […]

Clark County Democrats ask Inslee to stand with them on CRC

[caption id="attachment_2299" align="alignright" width="300"] Gov. Jay Inslee holds a press conference in support of the Columbia River Crossing after meeting with business leaders at the Vancouver Community Library on March […]

Inslee responds to Rivers’ criticisms of Oregon-led Columbia River Crossing plan

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says his attorney general stands by a recent legal analysis stating an Oregon-led Columbia River Crossing project could be built on Washington soil, even without the […]

Anti-CRC legislators talk protests, lawsuits over Oregon-led bridge and light rail project

State Sen. Ann Rivers condemned the state attorney general's office over the weekend for saying an Oregon-led Columbia River Crossing project could legally move forward without approval from the Washington Legislature. Attorney […]

Sen. Eide holds out hope for CRC

Although governors in Washington and Oregon said they were pulling the plug on the Columbia River Crossing project, state Sen. Tracey Eide, D-Federal Way, pointed out on Friday that "we […]

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