Thanks for the heads up on that, good to know. I wonder if they will add a stop sign on 90th at Fremont, that might help slow folks down through there,Jun 11 1 of 2View Source
Thanks for the heads up on that, good to know. I wonder if they will add a stop sign on 90th at Fremont, that might help slow folks down through there, although people tend to be going fast both directions there.
Also a neighbor on 90th got a letter in December that apparently SDOT also plans to construct a sidewalk along the south side of 90th from Fremont to Dayton this summer. That will complete the 2-block sidewalk gap on 90th between Greenwood and Aurora, at least on one side.
JustinOn Jun 11, 2013 12:06 PM, "danp" <print@...> wrote:SDOT is adding some safety improvements along the Fremont Avenue N Interurban Trail between N 77th and N 110th streets this summer. The route connects to the soon-to-open cycle track on Linden around N 128th Street and have already completed many improvements to date (including the traffic signals at N 80th, N 85th and N 105th streets). During this phase, they will install 20 mph signs, construct speed humps and add stop signs to unsignalized streets that cross Fremont Avenue N.The attached invite is being mailed and announces a `meet and greet' open house on June 18 at the Boys and Girls Club. We also have a web page up at http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/fremontinterurban.htm .dp