This web site is an archive site.
WashARP has changed its name to
All Aboard Washington.
for the most current information of our organization.
This is now
our archival site and has our old meeting minutes, old newsletters, old corridor OT
performance data, old corridor ridership, and archival pictures.
LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, September 7, 2004.
For Arhival Purposes the name WashARP is used throughout this web site. Please make note that the new name of the
organization is All Aboard Washington and the new web site is located at:
Contact information provided anywhere in this archival web site may be obsolete.
Pleae go to our new web site at
for current contact information.
The Washington Association of Rail Passengers is a consumer oriented, rail advocacy group organization compromised of citizens, businesses and other public interest groups from Washington State, as well as from neighboring states and provinces.
Working together for improved rail transportation services in the Pacific Northwest, we work in concert with similar rail passenger groups in Oregon, California, and British Columbia. We also maintain a cooperative relationship with the National
Association of Rail Passengers, based in Washington DC.
The Association believes that a modern rail passenger rail network is an essential element of a truly balanced transportation system in which each mode of transport (highway, air, ferry and rail) is used to its best advantage. Governments can no
longer ignore the alternatives that railroads and passenger trains offer. Yet, they continue to give preferential treatment to inefficient and congested highway and airway systems. We encourage government agencies that deal with transportation to
consider the economic, social and environmental benefits that railroads have to offer.
The Washington Association of Rail Passengers is a non-profit 501(c)3 citizen activist organization funded sorely by membership dues and donations. Membership is encouraged for any individual or group that has a concern in developing a balanced,
cost-effective and environmentally sound transportation network in Washington State. Contributions are tax deductible under current IRS rules. Members receive a membership card, a bi-monthly newsletter covering efforts of the Association and notification
of upcoming Association meetings. For further membership information and a membership application, please click here for the membership page.
You can contact us at the following locations:
What to know more?
Our Executive Director's Office in Olympia:
Lloyd Flem, WashARP Executive Director
2508 Columbia St.
Olympia, WA 98501
Our Seattle Mailing Address:
PO Box 70381
Seattle, WA 98127-0381
The following links below access WashARP's archive materials:
Table of Contents
Last Update: 09/06/04
Web Author: Warren Y. Yee