Update (Oct. 12, 2021) -- Kirkland’s Neighborhood Greenways contractor is implementing the last remaining traffic-calming devices on the North and South Rose Hill Neighborhood Greenways.
Rodarte plans to install the diverter this week at 128th Avenue Northeast’s intersection with Northeast 100th Street. That c-curb will force automobiles to turn right onto Northeast 100th Street and will prevent them from proceeding north or south through the intersection and onto 128th Avenue Northeast. It also restricts left turns from 128th Avenue Northeast onto Northeast 100th Street. However, it will allow people who are riding bicycles to continue north or south through the intersection.
This week, it is also planning to replace speed humps and work toward activating the rapid flashing beacons at Northeast 80th Street and at 124th Avenue Northeast.
Next week, Rodarte Construction plans to begin striping the greenways’ lanes and replacing speeds humps on 128th Avenue Northeast.
Rodarte plans to complete the project by early October. This includes the rapid flashing beacons planned at Rose Hill Elementary School and at Northeast 112th Place’s intersection with124th Avenue Northeast.
Northeast 75th Street(PDF, 9MB)
128th Avenue Northeast(PDF, 14MB)
How the 128th Avenue Northeast Greenway interacts with the Northeast 75th Street Greenway(PDF, 1MB)
What's proposed for Northeast 75th Street(PDF, 661KB)
What's proposed for 128th Avenue Northeast(PDF, 204KB)
How greenways create a more complete transportation network(PDF, 694KB)
What the Transportation Master Plan says about greenways(PDF, 872KB)