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Aurora Ave N and N 83rd St Mobility Improvements

March 30, 2020

What's happening now?

As soon as March 30, construction will begin for the crossing improvements at Aurora Ave N and N 83rd St. These improvements include: a pedestrian traffic signal, realigning the intersection, building extended curbs, and a new crosswalk along the north side of the intersection. This completed work will improve safety for everyone using the intersection of Aurora Ave N, Green Lake Dr N, and N 83rd St.

What to expect during construction

  • Work lasting approximately two weeks
  • Work hours between 7AM and 3:30PM, Monday through Friday
  • Typical construction noise, dust, and vibrations
  • Temporary parking restrictions
  • Temporary pedestrian and bike detours
  • Access to business and homes will be maintained at all times

Project Overview

The new crossing improvements to expect once the project is complete are:

  • Pedestrian traffic signal
  • Realigning the intersection
  • Adding extended curb bulbs
  • Adding a new crosswalk on the north side of the 83rd and Aurora intersection

Traffic revisions include: The slip lane for right turns onto Aurora from 83rd will be removed, and vehicles will exit to Green Lake Dr N. N 83rd St between Aurora and Stone will remain a two-way street but drivers heading northwest on Green Lake will not be able to turn right onto 83rd.

Benefits

  • A safer crossing intersection for Bagley Elementary students and families
  • Connects Green Lake Dr N to the North Seattle neighborhood greenway on 83rd St
  • Safer and more predictable crossings for everyone

Map showing project area and improvements at Aurora Ave N and N 83rd St.

Schedule

Construction resumes - March 2020

Utility work - November 2019

Construction notice mailed to nearby businesses and residents - October 2019

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.

Levy to Move Seattle logo

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Transportation

Greg Spotts, Director
Address: 700 5th Ave, Suite 3800, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 34996, Seattle, WA, 98124-4996
Phone: (206) 684-7623
684-Road@seattle.gov

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