23rd Ave Corridor
The scope of work for the 23rd Ave Corridor, which originally began as a repaving project between E John Street and S Jackson Street, has recently been expanded through the acquisition of several grants for signals, paving, transit and pedestrian improvements.
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is completing the Complete Streets Checklist and going through a comprehensive re-evaluation of the corridor, including a traffic analysis, as well as evaluating elements from the Bike Master Plan, Pedestrian Master Plan, street lighting needs, sidewalk and transit improvements.
Design Elements/Objectives for the Corridor
*Note: This schedule is preliminary and based on the existing scope of work provided in the grants and within existing funding. Further changes to the scope could modify this schedule.
We plan to work closely throughout the project with local government, institutions, community groups and businesses, as well as transportation agencies and nearby neighbors, to gather information and help shape the final design of the corridor. SDOT plans to engage the public early on in this project to determine an equitable design solution for all modes of transportation. During design we plan to continue to provide information about the project to the public and keep neighbors engaged through regular e-mail updates. To join our e-mail list, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions or comments?
Although the project team is still scoping the extent of this project we want to hear from you! Please contact us:
The project is being funded by a number of sources – both local and federal.