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SR 525 — Clinton Ferry Terminal Vicinity — Pedestrian Connectivity

Project overview

This connectivity project will improve the pedestrian access route on State Route 525 in Clinton from the Park & Ride at Deer Lake Road (milepost 8.96) to the Washington State Ferries — Clinton Ferry Terminal (milepost 8.51).

Plans call for new sections of sidewalk, crosswalks, additional lighting and enhanced safety features to provide a more secure route for pedestrians and cyclists from the parking lot to the ferry terminal. Other work includes upgraded traffic controls, reconfiguring the stormwater system and erosion control, to eliminate the flow of water across the sidewalk and roadway near the entrance to the ferry terminal.

Timeline
November 2021 - Fall 2022
Project status
Not started
Funding
To be determined

What to expect

Planned improvements include new sections of ADA compliant sidewalks, crosswalks, additional lighting and enhanced safety features to provide a more secure route for pedestrians and cyclists from the Park & Ride to the ferry terminal. Other work includes upgraded traffic controls, an electric vehicle (EV) charging station at the Park & Ride, reconfiguring the storm water system and erosion control.
 

This project is located along State Route 525, between the Clinton Park & Ride and the Clinton Ferry Terminal.