Residents and others interested in improving pedestrian and bicycle access on 108th Avenue Southeast, from Bellevue Way to Interstate 90, are invited to a pair of open houses on Tuesday, May 18.
To make it convenient for people to attend, the same information will be presented in morning and evening events:
- Bellevue Christian Church, 10808 SE 28th St., 9 to 11:30 a.m.
- Enatai Elementary School, 10615 SE 23rd St., 3:30 to 6 p.m.
These open houses will provide an opportunity for residents who live on or near 108th Avenue Southeast to learn more about options for the improvements, and to offer input about what could work best.
Comments on the project so far concern on-street parking, tree preservation, walkway placement, bicycle use and traffic calming.
Questions staff hope attendees at the open houses will address include whether a sidewalk or pathway is preferred, what sections of 108th are most in need of improvement and whether there should be a separate bike lane or a shared lane with vehicles.
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