Kirkland open house concerning bicycling on the 100th Avenue NE corridor

  • Monday, April 24, 2017 3:09pm
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The team of engineers and landscape architects currently re-designing 100th Avenue NE in the Juanita neighborhood will unveil its broad concept at an April 25 open house run by the city of Kirkland.

The open house begins at 5 p.m. at the Juanita Community Church, located at 10007 N.E. 132nd St.

The concept recommends 15 feet for separated sidewalks and sidewalk-level bike lanes along both sides of most of the corridor.

Project Engineer Laura Drake said the design process will continue through 2017.

Residents can also participate in the open house through a web-based system that asks for their preferences on a range of features, such as street lighting, sidewalks and bicycle lanes and the configuration of the corridor’s intersections.

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