Saturday, February 13, 2016
A design concept for 145th from the 9-30-2015 open house
145th, from the freeway to Bothell Way, will be a major traffic corridor for the new Sound Transit station planned for 145th.
It is one of only two major routes from Lake Forest Park to I-5. Right now it is a narrow, two-lane road bordering a residential area. Shopping areas make for challenging intersections at 15th NE and at Bothell Way.
As the dividing line between Shoreline and Seattle, the ownership of the road is a complexity of shared space.
It is high-traffic, accident-prone, and lacking in safe and accessible sidewalks.
Shoreline transportation planners have been working on changes to the road for a year and have held two previous open houses to share their work.
The third and final open house for the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study will be on Wednesday, February 24, 2016 from 6 - 8pm (presentation at 6:30pm) at Shorecrest High School, 15343 25th Ave NE, Shoreline 98155.
At this time, a draft preferred concept for the corridor will be presented and the project team would like to hear your comments.
Additional information can be found here
If there are questions about this study, the project manager is Kurt Seemann 206-801-2483.