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168th St SW Corridor Safety & Non-Motorized Access Improvements

Project Description

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Many people live, work, shop, play, and go to school along 168th Street SW between the Meadowdale Playfields and 44th Avenue. The City of Lynnwood seeks to make 168th Street SW safe and comfortable for people travelling by all modes of transportation, especially students and families walking and bicycling to school. We have begun a study to identify ways of redesigning 168th Street SW to make the street safer for existing users and encourage more people to walk or bicycle along the street. The goal of the study is to gather community-identified improvements and include these changes in a Safe Routes to School grant application for design and construction funding.

 


Project Phase

  •  Planning


Project Manager

Ngan Ha Yang, P.E.
Public Works Project Manager 
nyang@lynnwoodwa.gov 
425-670-5209


Documents


Links to Other Projects


How Can You Be Involved?

Community Walkshop

The project team hosted a “walkshop,” or a workshop where we will experience 168th Street SW together on foot or bicycle. The Walkshop will be held December 11 or 12 from 2 PM – 6 PM at a location along the corridor.  Please check back here or our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/LynnwoodWA) for updates on walkshop details. 

We would like to hear input from you about the proposed improvements presented at the open house held on February 13, 2018! Our ideas include landscaping, raised bike lanes, and multi-use paths. How would the different design options affect your commute, the way your child gets to school, or how you and your family travel along this corridor? If you could not make it to the open house, please email us your suggestions at nyang@lynnwoodwa.gov

information updated 02/15/2018


Project Phase

  •  


Project Manager

Ngan Ha Yang, P.E.
Public Works Project Manager 
nyang@lynnwoodwa.gov 
425-670-5209


Documents

  •  

Links to Other Projects


How Can You Be Involved?

Community Walkshop

The project team will host a “walkshop,” or a workshop where we will experience 168th Street SW together on foot or bicycle. The Walkshop will be held December 11 or 12 from 2 PM – 6 PM at a location along the corridor.  Please check back here or our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/LynnwoodWA) for updates on walkshop details.

Date: TBD Monday, December 11th or Tuesday, December, 12th

Time: 2 PM – 6 PM

Location: ROOM TBD, Beverly Elementary School, 5221 168th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 98037

 

information updated 11/27/2017



Project Phase

  •  


Project Manager

Ngan Ha Yang, P.E.
Public Works Project Manager 
nyang@lynnwoodwa.gov 
425-670-5209


Documents

  •  

Links to Other Projects


How Can You Be Involved?

Community Walkshop

The project team will host a “walkshop,” or a workshop where we will experience 168th Street SW together on foot or bicycle. The Walkshop will be held December 11 or 12 from 2 PM – 6 PM at a location along the corridor.  Please check back here or our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/LynnwoodWA) for updates on walkshop details.

Date: TBD Monday, December 11th or Tuesday, December, 12th

Time: 2 PM – 6 PM

Location: ROOM TBD, Beverly Elementary School, 5221 168th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 98037

 

information updated 11/27/2017