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Project Update

Join us at our workshop on Thursday, November 2 to hear what we have learned from the community so far, and to discuss potential transportation improvements around the future Judkins Park station. Presentation at 6:00 PM. See the details below or check out our flyer.

FINAL WORKSHOP
Thursday, November 2
5:30 - 7:30 PM
The 2100 Building, Community Room B
2100 24th Ave S

Can't make it? Send an email with your ideas to JudkinsPark@Seattle.gov.

Why Judkins Park?

With the Sound Transit Judkins Park light rail station set to open in 2023, a great transportation asset is coming to the neighborhood! Low-rise residential buildings are popping up, potential zoning updates through the Housing, Affordability, and Livability Agenda (HALA) are being discussed, and capital projects are being planned and constructed in the area. 

Existing mobility challenges include:

  • Limited number of crosswalks on Rainier Ave
  • Lack of adequate facilities for pedestrians and cyclists
  • Narrow sidewalks adjacent to high-speed traffic that makes it especially difficult for those who are not fully mobile
  • Uncomfortable pedestrian crossings of I-90 on and off ramps on Rainier Ave
  • Unlit paths through adjacent park space
With all the change taking place in this area, this study, with the collaboration of the community, will identify the infrastructure needed to support active modes of transportation and the needs of the community in general.

Purpose of Study

This study will look at access to the light rail station as well as mobility within the Judkins Park neighborhood for residents, businesses and their customers.  It will also look at access for those who are moving through (transferring from one mode to another) or going to and from key institutions in the area such as the Lighthouse for the Blind and the Northwest African American Museum. 

Specifically, we will find out the community's transportation needs, develop concepts for transportation improvements, and generate initial cost estimates to ensure better access to the future station while addressing near-term improvement needs.

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Let's Collaborate

The project team attended the Rainier Valley Community Forum on March 7, which drew about 70 attendees including constituents brought in by the DON Community Liaisons. Attendees helped the project team identify community assets and transportation improvement ideas in the Judkins Park Station access area.

Read comments the City has received in the past from Judkins Park residents:
August 24, 2016 Find It, Fix It Community Walk – Judkins Park

Learn about efforts in the community to improve access to the future Judkins Park station:
Feet First’s Walk & Talk


Do you have transportation improvement ideas to improve access to the future Judkins Park Lightrail station and improve mobility within the station area? Let us know at #JPStationAccess.

Related Projects

Judkins Park Station Area Livability Study (coming soon)

Land Use Summary Report

23rd Avenue Corridor Improvement Project

Sound Transit – Judkins Park Station

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