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Holman Rd NW and 13th Ave NW New Signal

Building projects identified and prioritized by the community

Last updated: October 4, 2017

Whats happening now?

We're excited to share the outcome of Holman Rd NW at 13th Ave NW Signal project. We've revised the design to keep the pedestrian overpass and install one crosswalk.

Revised Design

For more information, click here to see our September 29 email update.

Project Overview

In 2016, the Holman Rd NW and 13th Ave NW Signal project was one of 12 selected by the Levy to Move Seattle Oversight Committee to be funded through SDOT's Neighborhood Street Fund (NSF) program. The NSF program funds projects requested by the community.

Community members concerned about the safety of students crossing at street level at this location made the request for a new traffic signal and crosswalk. There are currently no signalized crossings along the half-mile stretch between Holman Rd NW and 6th Ave NW (where the QFC is located) and the top of the hill at Holman Rd NW and Mary Ave NW. This project will improve safety, predictability, and accessibility for people walking, biking, using mobility devices, and riding transit along Holman Rd NW.

We initially proposed removing the pedestrian bridge that crosses over Holman Rd NW at this location and installing 2 crosswalks at the intersection. Our proposal to remove the bridge came as a surprise to many people, and we received extensive feedback urging us to keep it.

Before making a final decision, we hosted a public meeting on July 19 where people heard from us about why we proposed to remove the pedestrian bridge and shared feedback about the importance of the bridge to the community. At this meeting, we agreed to reexamine our design options.

We've come up with a solution that keeps the bridge and installs one crosswalk just below it. This design requires more complex signal design and additional soil and foundation work, which is in part why it was not our initial recommendation, which followed standard design procedures.

The project schedule remains the same. We expect to complete design by the end of this year and construction in 2018.

Elements

  • A new pedestrian and bike signal and crosswalk at Holman Rd NW at 13th Ave NW
  • Additional lighting at the bus stop on Holman Rd NW

Benefits

  • Enhanced safety for people crossing Holman Rd NW at street level at 13th Ave NW
  • Improved accessibility for people using mobility devices, riding bikes, or pushing strollers
  • Increased visibility of transit travelers

Design

Schedule

Funding

Funding comes from the 2015 voter-approved, 9-year Levy to Move Seattle, which will improve safety for all travelers, maintain streets and bridges, and invest in reliable, affordable travel options for a growing city. The levy includes $24 million to continue the Neighborhood Street Fund program over the 9 years.

Get involved

Email is the best way to stay up to date on the project and to get notifications about construction in 2018.

Click here to receive project updates

Past outreach events

Date

Audience

July 19, 2017

Public Meeting

July 18, 2017

Ballard District Council Executive Committee Briefing

February 4, 2017

North Seattle Neighborhood Greenway & School Safety Open House

Contact Information

NSF Outreach Lead: Kristin Anderson
Project phone: (206) 733-9361
Email: NSFHolman@seattle.gov

Materials

Public Meeting Summary (July 19, 2017)
Public Meeting Presentation (July 2017)
Public Meeting Boards (July 2017)
Fact Sheet (February 2017)
SDOT Project Review Document

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