Improved roads, bike lanes, sidewalks in Seattle's Green Lake and Wallingford neighborhoods

A construction project five years in the making has concluded in Seattle’s Green Lake  and Wallingford neighborhoods, providing safer roads for everyone.

The construction project creates a safer environment for bikers of all abilities. The project totaled over six miles of repaved streets, more than 500 new or upgraded curb ramps to meet ADA guidelines, nearly four miles of new or enhanced bike lanes, intersection improvements, sidewalk repairs and more.

On North 40th Street, from Stone Way to Latona Avenue, improvements include over 100 upgraded or new curb ramps, sidewalk repairs in high-trafficked areas, rapid flashing beacons for walkers, and maintenance of street trees.

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