UPDATES & MORE INFORMATION
Update (Aug. 8) --
Kirkland’s Neighborhood Greenways project team is leading on Aug. 16 an interpretive bicycle tour of the North and South Rose Hill greenway routes. The public tour begins at 8 a.m. on the west side of the Northeast 80th Street pedestrian bridge. It will follow along Northeast 75th Street, on the south side of Lake Washington High School and turn north onto 128th Avenue Northeast. Along the way, members of the project team will discuss the challenges and opportunities of transforming these two neighborhood streets into neighborhood greenways.
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: The City of Kirkland begins construction in 2018 on what will be its first two neighborhood greenways in a city-wide network of them. The greenways are on South Rose Hill's Northeast 75th Street corridor and North Rose Hill's 128th Avenue Northeast corridor.
Greenways are transportation corridors where walking and bicycling are the primary modes of travel and driving is the alternative form.
Greenways enable people to ride bicycles or walk to destinations without having to share the busier streets with automobiles. This contributes to the City of Kirkland's vision for a multi-modal transportation network, designed to give residents more options for how they get around the city.
Design begins in early 2017 to ends late in 2017. Construction begins 2018.
For questions about the 75th Street and 128th Avenue greenways, contact Christian Knight, outreach, (425) 587-3831, email@example.com
or Laura Drake, project engineer, (425) 587-3833, firstname.lastname@example.org
. For questions about transportation and the city-wide greenway network, contact Stephen Padua, transportation planner, (425) 587-3871, email@example.com
or Joel Pfundt, transportation manager, (425) 587-3865, firstname.lastname@example.org