WSDOT resends 30 I-90 driving surveys to Islanders

According to the Washington State Department of Transportation there have been just a tiny percentage of people on the Island who did not receive a survey last week designed to track use of I-90.

Annie Johnson of WSDOT, said last Friday, that the agency has received some 30 calls about the survey either not being delivered or that the mailing had been inadvertently discarded.

“Some people who called said they did not receive the survey, others said they received just the postcard that came to correct the error on the sample,” she said. “But a few called to say someone in the household either recycled it or thrown it away.”

The surveys were to be returned with a postmark of not later than Nov. 26.


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