N 34th St Mobility Improvements

What's happening now?

In January we hosted a drop-in session at Fremont Brewing to talk with you about the N 34th St Mobility Project. You shared your N 34th travel experiences, and we discussed ideas for improving safety and movement of people and goods.

N 34th Fremont Drop-in Summary (January 2018)

You can still review the proposed design concepts and share your feedback via our survey through the end of February.

Project Overview

Fremont is rapidly becoming one of the denser neighborhoods in the Puget Sound region. As the area attracts major tech companies and new residents, we have to maintain access for freight and add travel options. Over the last year, we've worked with the Fremont community to improve transportation in the neighborhood. This project aligns with both the Freight and Bicycle Master Plans, by enhancing bicycle safety for all ages and abilities while preserving freight access on N 34th St.

Together with the community, we will determine the specific nature and design elements of the necessary changes. We'll consider traffic calming, signal modifications, pavement repair, and pedestrian and bicycle safety enhancements. See below for project map and more detail.

Project Details

This project will:

  • enhance safety by upgrading the existing bike lane
  • maintain freight access to support Seattle's demand for goods and services
  • provide a comfortable and predictable bike connection between the Fremont Bridge and the Burke-Gilman Trail

Possible elements of the project include:

  • maintaining a travel lane in each direction on N 34th St between Fremont Ave N and Stone Way N
  • preserving existing on-street parking and load zones
  • upgrading bike lanes to include a buffer with white plastic posts
  • enhancing safety at the intersections of Fremont Ave N, Troll Ave N, and Stone Way N

Project map
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Outreach and Schedule

We're currently reviewing existing conditions and gathering community input on potential strategies. This fall we'll develop potential street design concepts to present and gather feedback to inform the final design. Design will occur in 2019 and construction completed in 2020.


Boards (January 2018)
Survey & Drop-in Mailer
(January 2018)
Project Factsheet
(Fall 2017)
Project Mailer (Fall 2017)

Get Involved

The Seattle Department of Transportation is dedicated to providing frequent and timely updates throughout the process. Subscribe to email alerts using the form on the right to receive the latest project information.