The City has a variety of programs available to educate drivers and increase safety. These programs can be implemented as part of the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program or individually for any street classification.

Radar Speed Cart

The City is pleased to offer portable radar speed display carts for Shoreline residents to check-out. The City has four (4) radar carts that can be reserved for up to two (2) weeks.

City staff will even deliver them to your home. Simply wheel them to a safe place off the street, turn them on and test the display, lock them securely, and wheel them inside at night for charging.

If you are concerned about traffic speeds and pedestrian safety in your neighborhood and would like to check-out a radar cart please contact Darron Deranleau at (206) 801-2433, or by email at dderanleau@shorelinewa.gov.

A photo of a speed cart showing 25 mph speed limit with the actual speed of a car at 22 mph.

 

Crosswalk Flags

A crosswalk flag location can be established at an existing unsignalized crosswalk upon request and review and approval by City traffic engineers. A volunteer or group of volunteers is required to replace missing flags.

If approved, a canister and starter flags will be installed at each end of the crosswalk. The equipment will be attached to an existing sign or utility pole near the crosswalk or if none are available, a sign pole will be installed.

For more information or to request crosswalk flags, please contact a Traffic Services staff shown on the right of the page.

 A young boy holding an orange pedestrian flag as he walks through a crosswalk.