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Arbor Heights Safe Routes to School Project: 35th Ave SW from SW 100th St to SW 106th S

Making it safer and easier for kids to walk and bike to school

Last Updated: October 4, 2017

What’s happening now?

The start of construction has been pushed back, and will most likely begin the spring of 2018. Once begun, construction is likely to take about 3 ½ months to complete.

To reach the project team, please email PedestrianImprovements2@seattle.gov or call (206)684-5321.

Project overview


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This Safe Routes to School project will make it safer and easier for kids to walk and bike to school by adding sidewalks and improving the intersections along 35th Ave SW, from SW 100th to SW 106th streets near Arbor Heights Elementary.

In addition to the new and widened sidewalks, project improvements will include:

  • A new parking strip along the west side of 35th Ave SW
  • Curb bulbs to shorten the crossing distance for people walking
  • ADA-compliant curb ramps for better accessibility
  • A new stormwater and detention system between SW 104th and SW 106th streets

Similar projects are being constructed at 31 Seattle schools this year. Projects include new crosswalks, new sidewalks, new signals, and traffic calming on the walking routes to school.

Schedule

SDOT completed final design in September 2016. Construction is expected to begin in summer 2017.

 

 

 

 

Funding

This project is funded by the 9-year Levy to Move Seattle, approved by voters in 2015.  Additional funding comes from a Washington State Department of Transportation grant and our local Safe Routes To School program.

Contact information

We’re committed to keeping you informed throughout construction. Feel free to contact us and be on the lookout for more information.

Questions:

Paul Elliott, Communications Lead
(206)684-5321
Email PedestrianImprovements2@seattle.gov

Email us to sign up to receive project emails:PedestrianImprovements2@seattle.gov

Materials

Fact Sheet - Fall 2016

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