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Safe Routes to School: Pinehurst School Traffic Safety Project

Get Involved

A series of community meetings have been scheduled to express ideas and concerns, share traffic data, and develop strategies to lower vehicle speeds, reduce collisions and make it safer and easier to walk and bike to school. These meetings are open to the public and all are welcome.

Issue Identification Meetings – May 2014

Two community meetings were held in May 2014 to review existing conditions and traffic data, discuss toolbox of potential improvements, and hear concerns and ideas from neighbors and the school communities. At these meetings we heard requests for more sidewalks near Pinehurst School, traffic calming on arterial and neighborhood streets, and more marked crosswalks.

Conceptual Designs – Summer and Fall 2014

SDOT is evaluating roadway improvements based on community input and traffic data

Design Alternatives Review Meetings – January 2015

Design alternatives will be presented at community meetings in January, 2015

  • Tuesday, January 27 from 6:30-8:00 PM
  • Wednesday, January 28 from 4:00-5:30 PM

Meetings will be held at the Pinehurst Shelter House, 12029 14th Ave NE

Implementation Timeline

2015 Short-term improvements, such as changes to signs and pavement markings

2015 Design for civil improvements

2016 civil improvement construction

SDOT will develop a funding strategy for longer term improvements

Ongoing – Evaluation

Seek and respond to community feedback

Collect and evaluate speed, volume and collision data at one-year intervals

Make adjustments if needed

Stay Connected

If you have questions or would like to share your perspective on traffic safety around Pinehurst School, please contact Brian Dougherty at 206-684-5124 or via e-mail at brian.dougherty@seattle.gov  

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