Traffic Services

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The City of Shoreline established the Traffic Services Division in 2003.  Traffic Services is responsible for:

  • Addressing and enhancing driver, pedestrian, and bicycle safety.
  • Capital improvement and development plan review.
  • Support and review of transportation planning efforts.
  • Design, approval, and maintenance oversight of all traffic control devices including signs, pavement markings, street lights, traffic signals, flashing beacons, and work zone traffic control.
  • Maintenance of traffic-related records including accident reports and traffic asset inventory.
  • Preparation and documentation of City traffic standards and codes.
  • Traffic counts, speed studies, and analysis.
  • Community education and outreach.
  • Concurrency, impact fee, and development review.
  • Manage the City's street lights with the Streetlight Master Plan.

Service Requests

Street light out? Contact Seattle City Light directly at (206) 684-7056.

Traffic sign down? Submit a Service Request Online.

Traffic signal concerns? Submit a Service Request Online.

Potholes/road condition concerns? Contact the City's Customer Response Team at (206) 801-2700.

Traffic ticket questions? If you have questions about Traffic Tickets or related questions, please contact at:

King County District Court
Shoreline Division
18050 Meridian Ave N
Shoreline, WA 98133
(206) 296-3679

Frequently Asked Questions

Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • How can I get a crosswalk installed at a particular location?

  • How can I get a stop sign installed to slow down traffic?

  • How can I get sidewalks installed on my street?

  • How do I get worn pavement markings repainted?

  • How do I pay/dispute a traffic ticket?

  • How do I report a broken or damaged sign?

  • How do I report a pothole?

  • How do I report a street light outage?

  • How do I report a traffic signal problem?

  • How do I request a traffic signal for an intersection?

  • People keep parking in front of my mailbox or too close to my driveway, how can I get this to stop?

  • This street/intersection is unsafe – what is the City going to do about it?

  • What can our neighborhood do about people who speed on our street?

  • Where can I find the local traffic laws?

  • Who has the right of way at an intersection with no stop signs?