Last Updated: July 2019
The Transportation Services Division is responsible for addressing and enhancing traffic and pedestrian safety, as well as planning for long-term transportation improvements.
For questions regarding regional transportation in Shoreline and central Puget Sound, please contact these transportation service providers:
King County Metro -Two new pilot programs
- Community Ride - App based, designated service area
- Community Van - Join a ride or propose a trip - just need one other party to participate
Comment on potential north King County bus service changes
King County Metro is launching a yearlong community engagement process to decide what changes are needed to improve service and connections as Sound Transit prepares to open three new Link stations in the U-District, Roosevelt, and Northgate in 2021.
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/
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.