Bicycle and pedestrian signs - wayfinding - open house Thursday

Thursday, November 28, 2013

City of Shoreline Wayfinding Project Open House

Join your neighbors and City staff on Thursday, December 5 from 6:00 to 7:00pm to review the recent work to create a comprehensive plan for pedestrian and bicycle signage for Shoreline. Recent work done by a citizen committee to identify bicycle routes, sign locations and key civic destinations in Shoreline will be shared.

The Regional Trail Signage project will develop a strategic plan for bicycle and pedestrian wayfinding throughout the City. The project is funded through the 2007 King County Trail Levy and will identify a standard signage style, routes to and from the Interurban Trail, and sign locations. Signs will identify direction and distance to key destinations.

Implementation of the project will be completed through phases. There is approximately $100,000 budgeted for the phase I implementation. Phase I Implementation will focus on signage on or near the Interurban Trail. Staff has hired design consultant KPG to assist in developing the strategic plan. A subcommittee of citizens has been established to assist with determining destinations, bicycle routes, and sign locations.

For more information visit the website or contact Capital Project Manager Noel Hupprich 206-801-2472.  


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