The Richland City Council gave the green light to the six year transportation improvement plan which includes extending Rachel Road.
The council voted 3-2 last night to pass the transportation plan.
Public Works Director Pete Rogalsky said the way Rachel Road is drawn in the improvement plan isn't necessarily how it will be done.
Right now Rachel Road is set to run through the Amon Creek Natural Preserve.
There is no set date on when the city will make a final decision on Rachel Road.
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