Update (Aug. 21, 2020) -- The City of Kirkland plans to begin establishing a variety of features along Northeast 75th Street and 128th Avenue Northeast by spring 2021 that will transform the two residential streets into Kirkland’s first two neighborhood greenways.
The City will add rapid flashing beacons, 20-mile-per-hour speed-limit signs and other devices to slow traffic. The project earned a $692,000 state grant in 2019 that will pay for several of its features, including an elevated intersection between Holy Family Catholic Parish and Lake Washington High School. Greenways are connective corridors, where walking and bicycling are the primary forms of transportation.
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)