We sit down one on one with the chair of the House Transportation Committee to spotlight big road, bridge, and tax related issues being discussed in Olympia.
Democratic State Rep. Jake Fey of Tacoma weighs in on a range of topics including: I-5 bridge replacement; privacy concerns posed by a road usage charge; I-976 and transit tax break legislation; and the I-405 tolls.
We also look at the winter storm that shut down Western Washington and the measles outbreak that prompted a bill to restrict vaccine exemptions.
"The Impact" @7PM we talk all things #transportation with House cmte. chair, Rep. Jake Fey ($30 car tabs/I-976 implications for taxpayers/transit; Columbia River Crossing; tolling I-405 & I-5; Road Usage Charge & privacy). Also #vaccine bill,#measlesoutbreak & #Snowmaggedon2019. pic.twitter.com/UC0THDrxYu
— The Impact (@TheImpactTVW) February 14, 2019