Last Updated: May 2019
The Transportation Services Division is responsible for addressing and enhancing traffic and pedestrian safety, as well as planning for long-term transportation improvements.
Long Term Transportation Planning
- 2011 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) - Long range plan for the transportation network in Shoreline
- 2020-2025 Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) - State required 6-year transportation plan
Current Studies, Plans, Programs, and Projects
- 145th Street Corridor Study
- 148th Street Non-Motorized Bridge
- 175th Street Corridor Improvements
- 185th Street Multimodal Corridor Strategy (pre-design study)
- Bicycle Plan
- Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program (NTSP)
- Sidewalk Prioritization Plan
- Street Light Program
- Streetlight Master Plan
- Trail Along the Rail Feasibility Study
- Projects - Current projects that expand or improve roads, sidewalks, trails, drainage, parks, and buildings owned by the City as part of the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).
- Traffic Services Webpage - This page contains information and links to street lights, traffic signals, traffic signs, speed limits, driver education, and traffic counts and reports.
For questions regarding regional transportation in Shoreline and central Puget Sound, please contact these transportation service providers:
King County Metro: metro.kingcounty.gov
Sound Transit: www.soundtransit.org
Community Transit: www.communitytransit.org/
Washington State Department of Transportation: www.wsdot.wa.gov
SeaTac Airport: https://www.portseattle.org/