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Lake-to-Bay Loop
Parks and Green Spaces Levy
Project Information


Location: West Queen Anne to Myrtle Edwards Park

Project Status

Thank you Seattle!
The West Thomas Street Pedestrian and Bicycle Overpass is complete.

For a complete history of the project and additional information please visit the Seattle Department of Transportation website.

West Queen Anne to Myrtle Edwards Park
The Parks and Green Spaces Levy allocates $1.5 million for the planning, design and construction of the Lake-to-Bay Loop (formerly Potlatch Trail).

Project Description

This project will construct Thomas Street Overpass between Myrtle Edwards Park and Queen Anne as first phase of bicycle/pedestrian connection from Myrtle Edwards Park to Lake Union.

Since 2007, Seattle Parks Foundation has been spearheading the movement to reconnect Lake Union to Elliot Bay along the Lake to Bay Loop. For the entire Lake-to-Bay Loop please visit:

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Updated September 29, 2015


Project Dedication
was celebrated Sunday, November 18, 2012

Invitation Poster
Invitation Poster

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For More Information

Maribel Cruz
P.O. Box 34996
Seattle, WA 98123-4996

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