2012 and 2013 TBD-Funded Non-motorized Intersection Projects
To provide improved safety for pedestrians at key intersections in the City,
the Transportation Benefit District board approved funding for improvements
at six intersections.
- N. Samish Way at Abbott and Consolidation
streets(ES-449): The project enhanced pedestrian and
bicycle safety by constructing pedestrian-actuated flashing crosswalks
with center median/pedestrian refuges at two intersections along Samish
Way: Abbott and Consolidation. The project also included an educational
campaign that targeted residents and businesses about pedestrian and
bicycle safety at crosswalks as well as enforcement by police for speed
and crosswalk compliance. Completed November 2012.
- State/Maple streets Intersection (ES-458): Project
included pedestrian crossing improvements including bulbouts, crosswalks
and improved signage at the intersection. Completed Dec. 2013
- James Street/Illinois streets Intersection
Project improved pedestrian safety by installing a pedestrian-actuated
flashing crosswalk at this intersection. Completed Dec. 2013.
- Woburn Street/Rimland Drive Intersection
(ES-463): TBD funds
were leveraged with private funding to complete a fully automated
traffic signal at this intersection. The City completed new curb ramps
and resurfaced the adjacent street in 2011. Completed Sept. 2012.
- Alabama/St. Paul streets Intersection
(ES-445): The project
enhanced pedestrian and bicycle safety by constructing a
pedestrian-actuated flashing crosswalks and new curb ramps at this
intersection. Completed March 2012.
- Northwest /Alderwood avenues Intersection
project enhanced pedestrian and bicycle safety by constructing
pedestrian-actuated flashing crosswalks at this location. Completed
As each project reached the design phase, a specific web page was created
and listed in the Active Capital Projects Index.
When projects were completed, the web page was moved to the
Completed Projects page.
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