SDOT recently posted two alternative Greenway proposals to accompany the 23rd Ave. Corridor Project. The alternatives employ either 21st or 22nd Ave in conjunction with sections of 23rd Ave for the proposed bicycle route. These designs will be discussed at the upcoming community meeting November 6th, 5:30pm, at the Nova H.S. auditorium. SDOT’s invitation, from communication director Maribel Cruz, is pasted below.
The City of Seattle is planning to install a neighborhood greenway—a residential street that provides people of all ages and abilities a comfortable place to walk, ride a bike, skate and run—in the 23rd Avenue Corridor between East Roanoke Street and Rainier Avenue South. To help finalize the decision on the greenway’s route, we’re gathering input at a community open house:
Community Open House
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Nova High School auditorium
300 20th Avenue East
For more information, please visit the project website at www.seattle.gov/transportation/23rdgreenway.htm
Or contact Maribel Cruz, 206-684-7963 or [email protected]
Correction: There are no sections of either proposed greenway that will run on 23rd Ave.