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.
Update (Jan. 16, 2020) -- Contractors will bid this winter on a project that will improve walking, bicycling and driving through Northeast 132nd Street’s intersection with 136th Avenue Northeast.
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Scott Gonsar, P.E.
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WHAT: Contractors will bid this winter on a project that will improve walking, bicycling and driving through Northeast 132nd Street’s intersection with 136th Avenue Northeast.
Specifically, the winning contractor will add a turn-pocket, a pair of bike lanes, a section of sidewalk and a bulbout, which will narrow the crossing distance from one side of 136th Avenue Northeast to the other. This, say Kirkland’s transportation planners, will create better access for the nearby neighborhoods.
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.
WHEN: Construction begins spring 2020 and will continue for three months.
CONTACT: Project Engineer Scott Gonsar, (425) 587-3830, email@example.com.