35th Avenue SW Road Safety Corridor Project
Project Area –35th Avenue SW between SW Roxbury Street and SW Avalon Way
Together we will determine the specific nature and design elements of these changes through the process described below. New safety measures to be considered through this project will include: arterial traffic calming, traffic signal modifications, pavement repair, and pedestrian and bicycle safety enhancements. To address behavioral issues like speeding, distraction and impaired driving, we will develop targeted enforcement strategies and area-specific educational outreach.
A series of community meetings have been scheduled to listen to community concerns, share traffic data, and develop strategies to lower vehicle speeds and reduce collisions. These meetings are open to the general public and all are welcome.
Somali, Vietnamese and Cambodian translators will be available at the first meeting on Wednesday, October 22nd
Issue Identification and Feedback Sessions – October 2014
Purpose: Review existing conditions and traffic data, discuss toolbox of potential engineering and enforcement strategies, and hear concerns and ideas from residents
Conceptual Designs – November through January
SDOT will define potential roadway improvement alternatives based on community input and traffic data
Design Alternatives Review Meetings – February 2015
SDOT will share conceptual improvement options and seek comments from the community
Implementation – Spring or Summer 2015
Evaluation – Ongoing
The Seattle Department of Transportation is dedicated to providing frequent and timely updates throughout the process. Subscribe to email alerts to receive the latest information including public comments, recommendations, and meeting announcements.
If you have questions or would like to share your perspective on 35th Avenue SW, please contact Jim Curtin at 206-684-8874 or via e-mail at email@example.com