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Pike & Pine Pedestrian, Bicycle & Transit Improvements Project

Update: August 21, 2009

The Pine-Pike project is substantially complete! The project successfully constructed two bus bulbs on Pine Street, a sidewalk on the Pine Street bridge over I-5, several curb bulbs, and two signal improvements on Pike Street. The new infrastructure will increase the speed and reliability of transit service along this important corridor, as well as improve conditions for pedestrian and bike traffic. The contractor will be back in the fall to plant the landscaping and complete any punch list items.

Project Background

Pike and Pine streets serve as the primary east-west pedestrian and transit corridor linking downtown Seattle with Capitol Hill. The Pike/Pine Transit Access Improvement Project improved safety and traffic flow for all modes of travel in the corridor - transit, pedestrians, bicycles and motor vehicles.

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PROJECT CONTACTS
George Frost
Public Outreach Coordinator
george.frost@seattle.gov
(206) 615-0786

Brian Holloway
Project Manager
brian.holloway@seattle.gov
(206) 684-8471

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