Welcome to the SR 542 Deming Corridor Study online open house
State Route 542, also known as the Mount Baker Highway, is a vital connection for the communities of eastern Whatcom County allowing them access to the rest of western Washington State. At the same time, the highway connects travelers with outdoor recreation and tourism opportunities near Mount Baker and acts as an economic corridor transporting over 3 million tons of freight each year.
Like many state highways, SR 542 passes through rural communities including the community of Deming, where the highway lacks options for pedestrians, bicyclists and those using mobility devices to travel.
The SR 542 Deming Corridor Study will document transportation needs along the SR 542 corridor in Deming as well as possible strategies to enhance accessibility and safety for all modes of travel. This planning process will lay the groundwork for funding design and construction of corridor improvements.
How to Participate
This online open house presents some materials about existing conditions on the SR 542 corridor near Deming. Share your opinions, concerns, and preferences with us in our online survey.
Your perspective and feedback will help us understand the community’s and help shape the future improvement strategies.
SR 542 corridor survey
Help us to understand your opinions and concerns about traveling on SR 542 near and in Deming. Share your thoughts with us by taking our survey available online or in an accessible PDF format.
This survey will be available through August 31, 2022.
Online web survey (English)
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