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2013/2015 Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Project List

The purpose of the Pedestrian and Bicycle Program is to improve the transportation system to enhance safety and mobility for people who chose to walk or bike. The program changed the evaluation criteria from the previous cycle, was once again open to all public agencies, and included both a safety and mobility focus. The program aids public agencies in funding cost-effective projects that reduce bicycle and pedestrian related collisions, and work to increase walking and biking. Eligibility criteria and an evaluation process were developed to ensure projects met the intent of the legislation.

WSDOT received support in reviewing the applications from the Association of Washington Cities, Washington State Association of Counties, Washington State Department of Health, Washington State Tribal Transportation Planning Organization, and Washington State Department of Transportation staff.

See Pedestrian and Bicycle Program Funding for more information on the process.

The Department of Transportation received 146 Pedestrian and Bicycle projects from 120 agencies and organizations totaling approximately $100 million. By June 2013, following the final determination of funding by the legislature, award letters will be sent to the project contacts. The following is the prioritized list of funded projects that has been sent to the state legislature for their consideration.

2013/2015 Pedestrian and Bicycle Program Additional Projects List (pdf 65 kb)

Agency

Leg District

Title of Project

Project Description

Total Project Cost

Amount Requested

Cumulative Total

Omak

7

Main Street/SR 215 & SR 155 Complete Street Project

The project installs curb extensions at three intersections, pedestrian scale lighting, bike racks, and fill in gaps in curb, gutter, and sidewalk along a main street highway.

$3,770,425

$340,425

$340,425

Redmond

48

Redmond Central Connector Phase 2

The project constructs a shared-use path, ADA improvements, and wayfinding signs connecting downtown, housing, employment and a university.

$1,500,000

$500,000

$840,425

Bremerton

26

Washington Avenue/11th Street Sidewalk Connector

The project installs curb, gutter, sidewalks, pedestrian scale lighting, street trees, and bike lanes between downtown, housing and the recently completed Manette Bridge.

$4,450,000

$1,700,000

$2,540,425

King County Metro Transit

7

King County Bike Share Program Launch University District (Target Area B)

The project installs bike share stations in the University District, a mixed use area.

$1,106,000

$750,000

$3,290,425

Ellensburg

13

5th Ave Sidewalk

The project installs curb, gutter, sidewalk, and ADA improvements connecting downtown, the University, and a regional park.

$115,000

$92,000

$3,382,425

Seattle

11

Delridge Multimodal Path

The project constructs a shared-use path and ADA improvements, relocates street lights, and installs a raised intersection crossing for trail users in a mixed-use area.

$397,000

$337,000

$3,719,425

WSDOT NW Region

21

SR 104/Edmonds - Mid Block Pedestrian Crossing

The project installs a pedestrian hybrid beacon at a mid-block pedestrian crossing with median refuge, ADA improvements, crosswalk striping, raised pavement markers and signage in a mixed-use area.

$465,000

$465,000

$4,184,425

Wilkeson

31

Foothills Trail Extension

This project constructs curb, gutter, sidewalk, ADA improvements, bike lanes, shared-use path, refurbish a rail trestle for shared-use path, install pedestrian scale lighting, and marked crosswalks along a downtown main street highway.

$475,000

$475,000

$4,659,425

Fife

25

Pacific Highway E (SR 99) Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Improvements

The project constructs curb, gutter, sidewalk, ADA improvements, landscape buffer, and bike lane in a commercial and residential area along a state highway.

$2,372,800

1,660,800

$6,320,225

Snoqualmie

5

Town Center Phase II: Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements

The project constructs curb, gutter, wide sidewalk, ADA improvements, pedestrian scale lighting, shared-use path, shared lane markings, signage, and bicycle parking connecting downtown, housing and existing connections.

$2,635,000

$1,885,000

$8,205,225

Everett

38

Everett Downtown Streetscape Improvements - Phase II

The project constructs curb, gutter, wide sidewalk, ADA improvements, curb extensions, street trees, pedestrian scale lighting, and bike lanes in a downtown.

$674,000

$554,520

$8,759,745

Newport

7

SR 2 – 4th Street to 7th Street Non-Motorized Transportation Improvements

The project constructs curb, gutter, sidewalk, ADA improvements, marked crosswalks at intersections, pedestrian scale lighting, and bike lanes connecting housing, schools and downtown along a state highway.

$718,000

$646,200

$9,405,945

Snohomish

44

Centennial Trail and 2nd St Intersection Project

The project installs curb extensions, a shared-use path, traffic signal system, ADA improvements, pedestrian scale lighting, curb, gutter, sidewalk, and stamped concrete paving at a crossing between residential and downtown.

$774,500

$760,000

$10,165,945

Jefferson County

24

Quilcene Complete Streets Project

The project constructs curb, gutter, sidewalk, ADA improvements, marked crosswalks, pedestrian scale lighting, bike lanes along a downtown main street highway.

$884,165

$884,165

$11,050,110

Bainbridge Island

23

Olympic Drive Non- Motorized Improvements

The project completes a missing link between the ferry terminal and the city center through curb, gutter, sidewalks, ADA improvements, and bicycle facility improvements that may include bike lanes or shared lane markings.

$764,200

$764,200

$11,814,310

Shoreline

32

Shoreline – Interurban Trail/Burke-Gilman Connectors

The project includes filling curb, gutter, and sidewalk gaps, ADA improvements, bike lanes, sharrows, wayfinding, and shared-use path connections citywide in residential and commercial areas.

$540,000

$540,000

$12,354,310