This map shows the location of the planned bicycle lanes at Northeast 132nd Street and 136th Avenue Northeast and bicycle lanes planned between 132nd and 136th avenues northeast.
WHAT: The City of Kirkland is studying the Northeast 132nd Street and 136th Avenue Northeast intersection for affordable solutions within the City's right-of-way that would improve conditions for walking, bicycling and driving in the area. The intersection is an access point for neighborhood traffic. Redevelopment of large parcels into higher-density homes is increasing pressure on the three-way intersection, particularly from the north leg of 136th Avenue Northeast. The City is in the process of retaining a consultant to help develop concepts for improving traffic circulation and walkability at the intersection. As part of the City’s annual striping program, the City may also add bicycle lanes along Northeast 132nd Street and 133rd Avenue Northeast to complete the connection between 132nd Avenue Northeast and 136th Avenue Northeast.
WHEN: To be determined.
CONTACT: Project Engineer Rob O'Brien, (425) 587-3840, firstname.lastname@example.org.