Kirkland Reporter Article Update on ‘Making Juanita Drive Safer’

Kirkland Reporter Article Update on ‘Making Juanita Drive Safer’

Excerpt from Kirkland Reporter’s update on Making Juanita Drive Safer:

“After several months of conducting the Juanita Drive Corridor study, city officials, neighborhood leaders and members of the Kirkland community are working to outline key project recommendations designed to help make the regional thoroughfare safer… Many Kirklanders agree improvements to the nearly 4-mile-long Juanita Drive Corridor have been a longtime coming…. ”

“The ‘quick hits’ would cost about $330,000 and include projects such as pedestrian and bicycle treatments, a lighting upgrade along Northeast 122nd Street, centerline rumble strips, left turn signals at the Northeast 141st Street intersection, and pedestrian and bicycle enhancements on 98th Avenue Northeast…”

To read the entire published article in the Kirkland Reporter by Raechel Dawson go to http://www.kirklandreporter.com/news/231216471.html

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