The Tacoma to Puyallup (T2P) Regional Trail will connect downtown Puyallup to Fife and downtown Tacoma, offering people who live and work in the area a new option to travel without a motorized vehicle to a variety of destinations. WSDOT is partnering with the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, Pierce County, the cities of Puyallup, Fife, and Tacoma, and other local agencies and organizations to plan the trail. Portions of the trail will be built as part of the SR 167 Completion Project.
Share your thoughts
Thank you to those who participated in our March 2022 online open house!
Take the survey on the Route options page to provide feedback on two route options connecting Fife to downtown Tacoma.
Submit comments and questions on the Contact page through July 12, 2022.
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