Transportation Corridor Study

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The proposed development at Point Wells will take up to 25 years to fully complete. However, the project’s impacts and mitigations must be identified at this stage of the process. As the Point Wells development project moves forward, the City hosted a series of workshops to ensure that the community has an opportunity to provide input on Snohomish County’s environmental review process and identify capital investments that will make for a safer transportation corridor.

 

Transportation Corridor Workshops

As part of the agreement between the City and BSRE, the City conducted a series of workshops as part of the development of a Transportation Corridor Study to focus extensively on the project’s transportation impacts to the Shoreline community. 

The study looked at time spent waiting at intersections, the ability for residents to safely access their driveways, and safety concerns for pedestrians and bicyclists. To ensure the process was objective, the City hired a third party facilitator. 

The process included a series of six workshops that gave residents an opportunity to explain and show on maps exactly the kinds of capital investments that will make for a safe and efficient transportation corridor. The finalization of the Corridor Study is on hold until the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Point Wells project is completed by Snohomish County. 

Workshop Materials

The workshop meetings were divided in focus between the two segment areas shown on the map below. Segment A meetings were held on February 12, February 26 and March 13, 2014. Segment B meetings were on March 19 and April 1. There was a final wrap-up meeting for both segments on April 16.

Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014 - Segment A
Meeting #1: Overview and identifying issues

Workshop Materials:
Powerpoint presentation
Comments and suggestions from stations
Comment forms and letters
Additional Emails and Letters
Segment A, Workshop #1 Meeting Summary

Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014 - Segment A
Meeting #2: Confirmation and prioritization of issues

Workshop Materials:
Powerpoint presentation
Comments and suggestions from stations
Comment Forms and Letters
Segment A, Workshop #2 Meeting Summary

Thursday, March 13, 2014 - Segment A
Meeting #3: Review proposed design options

Workshop materials:

Powerpoint Presentation
Comments and suggestions from stations
Comment Forms and Letters
RBD Plan Exhibit Option 1
RBD Plan Exhibit Option 2
RBD Plan Exhibit Option 3
RBD Plan Exhibit Option 4
Option 1 - 3 Drawing
Option 4a-c Drawing
NW 196th Street Option Drawing
NW 196th Plan Exhibit Option 1
Segment A, Workshop #3 Meeting Summary

Recommended Options for RBD_Option 4c Signatures 

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 - Segment B
Meeting #1: Understanding and prioritizing issues

Workshop materials:
Powerpoint Presentation
Comments and suggestions from stations
Comment Forms and Letters
Segment B, Workshop #4 Meeting Summary

Tuesday, April 1, 2014 - Segment B
Meeting #2: Review proposed design options

Workshop materials:
Powerpoint Presentation
Comments and suggestions from stations
Comment Forms 
Letters and Emails
Segment B, Workshop #5 Meeting Summary
RBD Plan Exhibit Option 1 [PDF - 32 MB]
RBD Plan Exhibit Option 2 [PDF - 11 MB]
RBD Plan Exhibit Option 3 [PDF - 32 MB]
RBD Plan Exhibit Option 4 [PDF - 11 MB]
 

Thursday, April 3, 2014 - Segment A OPEN HOUSE
5:00 to 8:00 p.m., Richmond Beach Library

Review the proposed design options for Segment A.

Workshop materials:
Comment Forms
Comments and suggestions 
Additional Comments (April 14)

Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - Segment A & B
Final Wrap-Up Meeting

Workshop materials:
Comment Forms
Comments and suggestions
Letters and Emails
Powerpoint Presentation
RB_Drive sections_2-lane
NW 196th section_2-lane
RB_Drives sections_2-lane
NW 196th Street Rollplot_2-lane 
[PDF - 4.4 MB]
RB Drive_exhibits_2-lane 
[PDF - 6.7 MB]
RB Road_exhibits_3-Lane  [PDF - 33 MB]
RB Road_exhibits_3-Lane-2 
[PDF - 11 MB]

 Additional Letters, Emails, and Forms

 

Point Wells Study Corridor segment map

More information

For questions or comments, please contact City Traffic Engineer Kendra Dedinsky at kdedinsky@shorelinewa.gov or (206) 801-2431.

Visit the Point Wells project page for more information.