Help Us Prioritize City Transportation Projects
Published on February 05, 2024
Communications Program Manager
KIRKLAND, Wash. – Whether you walk, drive, ride a bike, or take transit, we all want to travel through Kirkland quickly and safely. To improve traffic and safety conditions, the City of Kirkland has a list of projects it will prioritize over the next 20 years – ranging from sidewalk and transit improvements, to bicycle facilities and intersection enhancements. We'd like to hear from you about which projects are most important to our community.
"We're just beginning to update our Transportation Strategic Plan, so now's the time to give us your input on the projects that affect your neighborhoods," said Deputy Mayor Jay Arnold."We want to make the best investments for everyone to get to school, work, around town, or to nearby destinations while improving safety. Your feedback will help shape which future projects are built and when."
Community members can use the new mapping tool to offer ideas, comments, and suggestions on the proposed City projects. The mapping feedback tool will be available until February 29, 2024. City staff will then review and combine the input before presenting it to the City Council.
There will be more opportunities to provide community feedback on the Transportation Strategic Plan throughout this planning process.
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