There’s a special briefing on the SR 432 Corridor Project planned for this evening at the Kelso Train Depot, geared to local, state and federal elected officials, along with other governmental entities. The Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Council of Governments is presenting this evening’s briefing, where they will present information related to the evaluation and prioritization of work concepts connected to the overall corridor project. Starting last fall, the COG started gathering input and information on future needs in the SR 432 corridor, with a range of rail and highway project concepts identified and evaluated. The results of those evaluations will be presented to the government officials this evening; it’s projected that a “prioritized suite” of potential rail and highway projects will come out of this process, to be further analyzed for preliminary design and environmental analysis in phase two of this project. This evening’s Project Briefing is intended for governmental officials, but it is open to the public, starting at 6 pm in the lower level of the Train Depot. Comment sheets will be available, but oral public comments will not be taken this evening. A public open house on the SR 432 Corridor Project is planned for Wednesday, May 28th. More information is available from the Council of Governments.