Safe Routes to School: John Rogers Elementary

What's happening now?

Construction for the John Rogers Safe Routes to School project is now complete! For general comments and questions, please contact SDOT at 206-684-ROAD (7623).

Project overview

In fall 2017, crews completed construction for this Safe Routes to School project to make NE 110th St safer and easier for kids to walk and bike to school near John Rogers Elementary.

This project is part of Seattle's Vision Zero to end traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030 through design, education, and enforcement.

Before: NE 110th St looking west
Before: NE 110th St looking west

After construction: NE 110th St looking west at  39th Ave NE near John Rogers Elementary School

After construction image
After: New curb ramp and sidewalk near John Rogers Elementary School

This project included:

  • New sidewalk, curb ramps, curb, and gutters on the south side of NE 110th St between 39th Ave NE and 40th Ave NE
  • Improvements to the asphalt shoulder on the north side of NE 110th St between 39th Ave NE and 40th Ave NE
  • Providing pedestrian and bicycle safety education for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders

NE 110th ST Safety Improvements
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Schedule

Construction started in June 2017 and was completed in fall 2017.

Funding

Levy to Move SeattleThe Safe Routes to School program is funding project design as well as the education and encouragement programs. Project construction is funded by the 9-year Levy to Move Seattle, approved by voters in 2015.

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Get involved

For general comments and questions, please contact SDOT at 206-684-ROAD (7623).