Cross Kirkland Corridor Lighting

  • Project typeTrail enhancement/lighting
  • Project value$446,826
  • Project scheduleMarch 2022 - May 2022
  • Contractor nameColvico, Inc.

 

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WHAT: A Kirkland contractor begins construction in mid-March on a Totem Lake-area project that will improve walking and bicycling conditions along the Cross Kirkland Corridor between Northeast 124th Street and 120th Avenue Northeast. 

Colvico, Inc., will establish 20 LED lights along the north side of the Cross Kirkland Corridor and four flood lights beneath the Interstate 405 overpass.

The project complements the Totem Lake Connector pedestrian and bicycle bridge, which, when finished in late 2023, will connect the two ends of the Cross Kirkland Corridor that are severed by Northeast 124th Street and Totem Lake Boulevard. 

Together, these two projects will enhance the Cross Kirkland Corridor’s connection to Totem Lake and the regional network of trails beyond Kirkland’s city limits, such as the Sammamish River Trail and the Redmond Central Connector. 

The Cross Kirkland Corridor lighting project and the Totem Lake Connector are part of a larger effort to transform the Totem Lake Urban Center into a walkable, vibrant and green urban village, where community members can live, work and play. 

WHEN: Colvico plans to begin construction in mid-March and will work eight-hour shifts, between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.. Colvico plans to complete construction in May. 

WHAT TO EXPECT: Travelers of the Cross Kirkland Corridor should expect intermittent detours. 

  • On-going supply-chain challenges, as well as weather, could alter the Colvico’s schedule.