I live in Vancouver. I have noticed an increasing number of Vancouver, WA residents (& surrounding area) sporting Oregon license plates. Some of these individuals live in my apartment complex. One person that lived here actually had an Oregon drivers license with her WA address. Oregon says they do not issue licenses to WA residents but that is not true. There is not adequate policing of these processes in Oregon. ...more »
Allow overnight parking at day use parks & collect a yearly fee for this pass. Kayakers would love the opportunity to park a vehicle overnight at day use parks while they are kayaking on multiple day trips.
The state if it is going to keep thse cameras up at city intersections- should get some, or all of the ticket fees charged not the local cities. This is because it is the state that funds many city projects already. This extra cash flow for all these cities with these cameras- to them it is "extra money" , and no one is saying where it will go. IF the state took that chump change, you bet it would help pay down the debt ...more »
After so many years (when a person reaches a certain age, if they have had X amount of accidents/traffic violations, or another factor of time) WA state citizens should be required to retake the drivers license test, written and/or physical. This will help in multiple ways. First, the fee to take the test will increase revenue. Second, it will prevent more accidents and traffic violations because it will keep people unable ...more »
Change the motorcycle helmet law so those who wish to ride with out a helmet can.
Charge a hefty fee for a special license plate or tag for those who wish to ride helmet free.
Alter the traffic law so that anyone who causes an accident with a motorcyclist not wearing a helmet receives a lighter penalty.
I'd like to suggest that the state get out of the parking lot business, and turn all these huge concrete slabs from a cost center to a money maker. They should contract all government building parking lots, garages and transit park and rides out to private companies who can manage and maintain them for a share of the parking revenue. The people using these gray parking lots should be paying user fees - just like the ...more »
All agencies should stop providing disposable items that are used for food. Employees should be required to bring their own dishes, utensils, etc. whether reusable or disposable. State agencies that have institutions like WSH, SCC (DSHS), and prisons (DOC) should look into buying ALL reusable serving trays instead of throwing away thousands of dollars a month on disposable cups, lids, utensils, plates, etc. since EVERYTHING ...more »
Yes, cut the state of Washington Government by 50% removing unnecessary programs, useless bicycle paths. Remove taxes on candies, latest new fees and costs for business to collect taxes for different areas of the state.