TBD Project Rank: 15

Maintenance / Preservation /
Enhancement Projects

TBD Project Rank: 15

PROJECT NAME:  100th @ 238th Signal Upgrades

ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $295,000


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PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Upgrades to the traffic signal system with new traffic signal pole standards, pedestrian heads, pedestrian push buttons, vehicles heads, video detection, and signal cabinet.

PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Creating safer intersection with updated system and significantly reducing future maintenance costs.

Maintenance / Preservation / Enhancement Projects

TBD Project Rank: 2

TBD Project Rank: 2 Maintenance / Preservation / Enhancement Projects TBD Project Rank: 2 PROJECT NAME: Main St. @ 3rd Ave. Signal Upgrades ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $164,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Upgrade signal system (signal poles, vehicle heads, and pedestrian push buttons). Change the location of the signal pole on the NW corner of the intersection. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE: Relocation of the signal pole on the NW corner of the intersection in order to reduce the number of conflicts with trucks as it is frequently getting hit by trucks making a right turn coming from the southbound direction of  3rd Ave. N. The signal upgrades will reduce the future maintenance cost.

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TBD Project Rank: 3

TBD Project Rank: 3 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 3 PROJECT NAME:  Main St and 9th Ave. S – (Interim solution) ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $10,000   PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Removal of parking on both sides of 9th Avenue (existing conditions: 1 northbound and southbound lanes) and restriping of 9th Ave. S (proposed: 2 northbound and southbound lanes). PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  The intersection is stop-controlled for all approaches and the existing intersection LOS is E, which is below the City’s concurrency standards, LOS D.  The improvement will reduce intersection delay and improve the LOS to D.

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TBD Project Rank: 4

4  Walnut St @ 9th Ave W Intersection Improvement – Cost: $10k

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TBD Project Rank: 5

TBD Project Rank: 5 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 5 PROJECT NAME: 212th St. SW / 84th Ave. W (5-Corners) Intersection Improvements ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $2,271,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The intersection of 84th Ave and 212th St. SW is 5 legged, which also includes Main Street and Bowdoin Way approaches. The intersection is stop-controlled for all approaches. A roundabout would be constructed with 60-foot radius and yield signs at each approach. Installation may require the acquisition of right of way on the west side of the intersection. The center of the roundabout will be landscaped and the outer edge will have a special pavement treatment to accommodate trucks. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  The intersection currently functions at LOS F and delays during the PM peak hour will worsen in the future. A roundabout will improve the LOS and reduce the need for vehicles to stop during low volume periods. A roundabout would improve the intersecti...

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TBD Project Rank: 6

TBD Project Rank: 6 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 6 PROJECT NAME: 234th SW / 236th St. SW Long Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $2,111,000     PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Construct a walkway on the south side of 236th St. SW from SR 104 to 94th Ave. W., extending northbound on 94th Ave. W to 234th St., westbound on 234th St. to 97th Ave. W, and finally connecting back to SR 104 on 97th Ave. W (ranked  #1 in the list of Long Walkway projects in the 2009 Transportation Plan) PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  To provide a safe and desirable walking route. The current pedestrian conditions are unsafe near Madrona Elementary School and along 236th St. SW because of the limited sight distance issues and curvature of the roadway.

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TBD Project Rank: 8

TBD Project Rank: 8 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 8 PROJECT NAME: Walnut from 3rd Ave. S to 4th Ave. S Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $110,000     PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Construct a missing link to the existing sidewalks (approximately 350’) on Walnut St. between 3rd Ave. S and 4th Ave. S (ranked #5 in Short Walkway Project list in 2009 Transportation Plan). PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Provide a safe and desirable walking route.

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TBD Project Rank: 9

TBD Project Rank: 9 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 9 PROJECT NAME: Walnut from 6th Ave. S to 7th Ave. S Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $219,000     PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Construct a missing link to the existing sidewalks (approximately 700’) on Walnut St. between 6th Ave. S and 7th Ave. S (ranked #4 in Short Walkway Project list in 2009 Transportation Plan). PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Provide a safe and desirable walking route.

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TBD Project Rank: 10

TBD Project Rank: 10 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 10 PROJECT NAME: Maple St. from 7th Ave. S to 8th  Av. S Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $63,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Construct a missing link to the existing sidewalk (approximately 250’) on Maple St.  between 7th Ave. S and 8th Ave. S (ranked #3 in Short Walkway Project list in 2009 Transportation Plan) PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Provide a safe and desirable walking route.

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TBD Project Rank: 1

TBD Project Rank: 1 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 1 - Street Overlay / Resurfacing The map below (click here for PDF version) depicts those street segments in Edmonds (marked in orange) that are in the worst condition and therefore most in need of paving. These streets rated either 4 or 5 on a five-point scale with condition descriptors of "Poor" or "Severe". This amounts to approximately 1/3 of our total street system. It is the intent of the City to pursue paving projects on these streets to improve their condition with half of the new revenue generated by the $40 annual increase in the TBD Local User Fee. The map also depicts a number of streets that will be paved in 2011 using Water Utility funds as mitigation for street damage caused by replacement of the water main in each street (blue street segments). There are also several locations (blue with red zigzag) where streets are rated 4 or 5 and we will be replacing the water main in 2011. On those streets there will be a shared funding to compl...

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TBD Project Rank: 11

TBD Project Rank: 11 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 11 PROJECT NAME: Dayton St between 7th Ave. S and 8th Ave. S Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $79,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Construct a missing link to the existing sidewalk (approximately 250’) on Dayton St.  between 7th Ave. S and 8th Ave. S (ranked #2 in Short Walkway Project list in 2009 Transportation Plan). PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Provide a safe and desirable walking route.

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TBD Project Rank: 12

TBD Project Rank: 12 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 12 PROJECT NAME: 2nd Ave. S from James St. to Main St. Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $32,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Construct a missing link to the existing sidewalks (approximately 100’) on 2nd Ave. S between Main St. and James St.  (ranked #1 in Short Walkway Project list in 2009 Transportation Plan) PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Provide a safe and desirable walking route.

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TBD Project Rank: 13

TBD Project Rank: 13 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 13 PROJECT NAME:  City-wide traffic calming program ESTIMATED COST: $125,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  A Traffic Calming Program was created in the 2009 Transportation Plan. The City frequently receives speeding concerns along collectors and local streets. A record is being kept of the areas where speeding is an on-going issue. A portion of the total cost will be spent annually, in order to address several stretches with speeding issues every year. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  The installation of those devices will provide safer roadway conditions for all modes of transportation users along certain stretches by reducing vehicle speeds.

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TBD Project Rank: 14

TBD Project Rank: 14 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 14 PROJECT NAME:  76th Ave. W @ 212th St. SW Intersection Improvements ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $2,889,000  PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Widen 76th Ave. W to add a northbound left-turn lane for 250’ storage length and a southbound left turn lane for 125’ storage length. Provide protected left turn phase for northbound and southbound movements. Widen 212th to add a westbound right turn lane for 50’ storage length. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Reduce the intersection delay and improve the LOS. The existing intersection LOS is D and F (below City’s concurrency standards) by 2015.

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TBD Project Rank: 15

TBD Project Rank: 15 Maintenance / Preservation /Enhancement Projects TBD Project Rank: 15 PROJECT NAME:  100th @ 238th Signal Upgrades ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $295,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Upgrades to the traffic signal system with new traffic signal pole standards, pedestrian heads, pedestrian push buttons, vehicles heads, video detection, and signal cabinet. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Creating safer intersection with updated system and significantly reducing future maintenance costs.

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TBD Project Rank: 16

TBD Project Rank: 16 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 16 PROJECT NAME: Maplewood Dr. Walkway from Main St. to 200th St. SW ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $675,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Construct Walkway on Maplewood Dr. from Main St. to 200th St. SW (~ 2,700’). A sidewalk currently exists on 200th St. SW from Maplewood Dr. to 76th Av. W, adjacent to Maplewood Elementary School (rated #2 in the Long Walkway list of the 2009 Transportation Plan). PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Create pedestrian connection between Maplewood Elementary School on 200th St. SW and Main St., by encouraging kids to use non-motorized transportation to walk to / from school.

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TBD Project Rank: 17

TBD Project Rank: 17 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 17 PROJECT NAME:  220th St. SW @ 76th Ave. W Intersection Improvements ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $173,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Reconfigure eastbound lanes to a left turn lane and through / right turn lane. Change eastbound and westbound phases to provide protected-permitted phase for eastbound and westbound left turns. Provide right turn overlap for westbound movement during southbound left turn phase. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Reduce the intersection delay and improve the LOS. The existing intersection LOS is D and E (below City’s concurrency standards) by 2015. The improvement would improve the LOS to C by 2015.

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TBD Project Rank: 18

TBD Project Rank: 18 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 18 PROJECT NAME:   228th St. SW Corridor  Safety Improvements ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $4,931,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  1) Extend 228th St across the unopened right-of-way to 76th Ave. West  2) Signalize the intersection of 228th St SW @ SR99 and 228th St. SW @ 76th Ave. West   3) Construct a raised median in the vicinity of 76th Ave. West.4) Add illumination between 224th St SW and 228th St SW on SR 99. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  The construction of this missing transportation link will improve both access and safety to the I-5 / Mountlake Terrace Park & Ride lot from SR99. This east / west connection will reduce demand and congestion along two existing east / west corridors (220th Street SW and SR104) that currently experience congestion for many hours a day. Roadway safety will also be significantly improved as SR 99/ 228th Street SW will becom...

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TBD Project Rank: 19

TBD Project Rank: 19 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 19 PROJECT NAME: Meadowdale Beach Rd. Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $950,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Construct a walkway on Meadowdale Beach Dr. between 76th Ave. W and Olympic View Dr. (~3,800’). This is one of the last collectors in the City with no sidewalk on either side of the street (ranked #4 in Long Walkway Project list in 2009 Transportation Plan). PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Provide a safe and desirable walking route connecting a minor arterial with high pedestrian activity (Olympic View Dr.) to a collector with sidewalk on the east side of the street (76th Ave W). Meadowdale Elementary School is directly north of the project on Olympic View Dr.

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TBD Project Rank: 20

TBD Project Rank: 20 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 20 PROJECT NAME: Main St. Pedestrian Lighting from 5th Ave to 6th Ave ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $625,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The project consists of installing (11) historic style decorative light poles along this block (6 on the south side and 5 on the north side), (4) decorative poles with artist made elements at the top of the pole (2 on both sides), and inlaid street names at the intersection corners. The visual character of this location will be further enhanced as each new pole will have a planter basket for summer flowers. New sidewalk and curb gutter will be installed along both sides of this stretch (total length: approximately 1,200'), to improve pedestrian safety and remove the sidewalk humps and cracks. New ADA curb ramps or truncated domes will be installed at all non-compliant curb ramps. The trees will remain but root barriers will be added to prevent tree roots fr...

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TBD Project Rank: 21

TBD Project Rank: 21 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 21 PROJECT NAME: 80th Ave W from 188th St. SW to Olympic View Drive Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $1,000,000   PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Construct Walkway on 80th Ave West between 188th St SW and 180th St SW and on 180th St SW between 80th Ave W and Olympic View Drive (ranked # 6 in Long Walkway list in 2009 Transportation Plan). PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Provides safe pedestrian access between Seaview Park, connecting to Olympic View Drive Walkway and Southwest County Park. The walkway would create a safe walking route for kids attending Seaview Elementary School (188th St. SW).

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TBD Project Rank: 22

TBD Project Rank: 22 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 22 PROJECT NAME: Olympic View Dr. @ 76th Ave. W Intersection Improvements ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $1,431,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:   Install traffic signal (the intersection is currently stop controlled for all movements). PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE: The improvement will reduce the intersection delay. By 2015, the Level of Service will be F, which is below the City’s concurrency standards (LOS D). The improvement would modify the Level of Service to LOS B.

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TBD Project Rank: 23

TBD Project Rank: 23 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 23 PROJECT NAME: Caspers St. @ 9th Ave. ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $1,022,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:   Install traffic signal. The intersection is currently stop-controlled only for the northbound movement, on 9th Ave N.  The northbound movement on 9th Ave N is having difficulty accessing SR-524, due to the limited number of gaps along SR-524 during the PM peak hours. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Reduce the intersection delay and create a safer access from 9th Ave N onto SR-524.

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TBD Project Rank: 24

TBD Project Rank: 24 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 24 PROJECT NAME: 238th St. SW from Hwy. 99 to 76th Ave. W Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $812,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:   Ranked #9 in Long Walkway list from 2009 Transportation Plan.  Install 5’ sidewalk on the north side of 238th St. SW.   PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Improve pedestrian safety along that stretch and creating safe pedestrian connection between Hwy. 99 and 76th Ave. W.

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TBD Project Rank: 25

TBD Project Rank: 25 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 25 PROJECT NAME: 84th Av. W (212th St. SW to 238th St. SW)   ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $20,422,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Widen 84th Ave. W to (3) lanes with curb, gutter, bike lanes, andsidewalk on each side of the street. The stretch is divided evenly between Edmonds and Snohomish County. Snohomish County runs from 220th St. SW to 234th St. SW PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Improve overall safety of the transportation system along this collector street: 1) the sidewalk and bike lanes would provide pedestrians and cyclists with their own facilities and 2) vehicles making left turn will have their own lane, eliminating any back-up to the through lane when insufficient gaps are provided.

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TBD Project Rank: 26

TBD Project Rank: 26 Maintenance / Preservation /Enhancement Projects TBD Project Rank: 26 PROJECT NAME: 4th Ave. N Corridor Enhancement ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $6,870,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Corridor improvements along 4th Ave N to build on concept plan developed in the Streetscape Plan update (2006).   PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  The corridor improvements in the public right of way will encourage pedestrian traffic & provide a strong visual connection along 4th Ave. N Improvements will enhance connectivity as an attractive walking corridor & contribute to the economic vitality in downtown by encouraging the flow of visitors between the downtown retail & the Edmonds Center for the Arts. Timing for design phase is crucial as the City addresses utility projects in the area & will assist the City in the process of identifying & acquiring funding sources for the project implementation phase.

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TBD Project Rank: 27

TBD Project Rank: 27 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 27 PROJECT NAME: Olympic Ave. from Main St. to SR-524 / 196th St. SW Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $1,249,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Ranked #3 in Long Walkway project list in 2009 Transportation Plan. Install a new sidewalk on the east side of the street. The existing sidewalk is unsafe because of rolled curb. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Improve pedestrian safety along the stretch of the road and create safe pedestrian access to Yost Park and Edmonds Elementary.

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TBD Project Rank: 28

TBD Project Rank: 28 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 28 PROJECT NAME: Hwy. 99 @ 220th St. SW intersection improvements ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $3,932,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:    Widen 220th St. SW to add a Westbound right turn lane for 325’ storage length. Widen SR-99 to add 2nd Southbound left turn lane for 275’ storage length. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Improve intersection delay from 72 seconds (without improvement) to 62 seconds (with improvement) in 2015.

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TBD Project Rank: 29

TBD Project Rank: 29  Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 29 PROJECT NAME:  238th St. SW from 104th Av. W to 100th Av. W Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $1,049,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:   Ranked #8 in Long Walkway list from 2009 Transportation Plan. Install a 5’ sidewalk on the north side of 238th St. SW from 104th Ave. W to 100th Ave. W. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:   Improve pedestrian safety along that stretch and create safe pedestrian access to Hickman Park from 100th Ave. W.

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TBD Project Rank: 30

TBD Project Rank: 30 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 30 PROJECT NAME: Hwy. 99 @ 212th St. SW intersection improvements ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $4,079,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:    Widen 212th St. SW to add a westbound left turn lane for 200’ storage length and an eastbound left turn lane for 300’ storage length. Provide protected left turn phase for eastbound and westbound movements. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Improve intersection efficiency and reduce delay.

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TBD Project Rank: 31

TBD Project Rank: 31 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 31 PROJECT NAME: 189th Pl. W from 80th Ave. W to 78th Ave. W Walkway ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $175,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Ranked # 7 in Short Walkway list from 2009 Transportation Plan. Install 5’ sidewalk on either side of the street to create safer pedestrian conditions. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:   Improve pedestrian safety along that stretch and create connection to existing sidewalk on 189th Pl. W. This missing link will create a pedestrian connection from 80th Ave. W to 76th Ave. W.

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TBD Project Rank: 32

TBD Project Rank: 32 Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects TBD Project Rank: 32 PROJECT NAME: 84th Ave. W from 188th St. SW to 186th St. SW ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $175,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:   Ranked #9 in Short Walkway list from 2009 Transportation Plan. Install 5’ sidewalk on the east side of the street to connect to the existing sidewalk to the south PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:   Improve pedestrian safety along the stretch of road, as many school kids walk to Seaview Elementary.

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TBD Project Rank: 33

TBD Project Rank: 33 Maintenance / Preservation /Enhancement Projects TBD Project Rank: 33 PROJECT NAME:  Signal Rebuild - Puget & Olympic View Dr ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $247,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Replace the existing span wire and wood pole traffic signal with a semi-actuated traffic signal controller and signal mast arm supports at the intersection. The existing roadway geometrics and curbs will remain the same. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  The current support system is subject to movement in the wind. The new system will allow fixed support of signal heads. 

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TBD Project Rank: 35

TBD Project Rank: 35 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 35 PROJECT NAME: Olympic View Dr. @ 174th Ave. W Intersection Improvements ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $906,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Widen Olympic View Dr. to add a northbound left turn lane for 50’ storage length. Shift the northbound lanes to the east to provide an acceleration lane for eastbound left turns. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:  Improve intersection efficiency and safety of drivers accessing either street.

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TBD Project Rank: 36

TBD Project Rank: 36 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 36 PROJECT NAME:  Main St. @ 9th Ave. Intersection Improvements ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: $1,092,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Install a traffic signal The intersection is currently stop controlled for all approaches. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:   Improve the Level of Service, which is currently LOS E (below City’s Level of Service standards: LOS D), to LOS B (with improvement).

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TBD Project Rank: 37

TBD Project Rank: 37 ROADWAY PROJECTS TBD Project Rank: 37 PROJECT NAME: Walnut St. @ 9th Ave. Intersection Improvements ESTIMATED PROJECT COST:  $1,092,000 PROJECT DESCRIPTION:   Install traffic signal.  The intersection is currently stop controlled for all approaches. PROJECT BENEFIT/ RATIONALE:   Improve the Level of Service, which is currently LOS E (below City’s Level of Service standards: LOS D), to LOS A.

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TBD Info

Meeting schedule

All regular Transportation Benefit District Board meetings are held at 6:30pm on the first Tuesday of February and the first Tuesday of August of each year in the City of Edmonds City Council Chambers.

The Transportation Benefit District (TBD) shall automatically dissolve on November 28, 2026.

Meeting minutes

February 18, 2014
August 6, 2013
February 5, 2013

August 6, 2012

February 7, 2012

August 2, 2011

April 26, 2011

August 3, 2010
July 20, 2010
July 13, 2010
June 22, 2010
May 4, 2010
March 23, 2010
June 2, 2009
February 17, 2009
February 3, 2009

Ordinances

Ordinance 3804 (7/30/10)
Ordinance 3707 (11/18/08)

Resolutions

Resolution 1 (2/7/12)

Annual Reports

2013 Official Notice
2013 Annual Statement
2013 Annual Report (.ppt)
2013 Annual Report (.pdf)

2012 Official Notice
2012 Annual Statement
2012 Annual Report (.ppt)
2012 Annual Report (.pdf)

2011 Official Notice
2011 Annual Report (.ppt)
2011 Annual Report (.pdf)


Board members

The Transportation Benefit District Board is comprised of the current sitting City Council members.

Pursuant to RCW 36.73.020(3), the legislative authority that establishes a TBD is the governing body of the TBD. The Edmonds City Council (legislative authority) acts ex officio and independently as the TBD governing body.

Public Records Officer

The City Clerk is designated as the Public Records Officer for the TBD.  Requests for public records relating to the TBD can be made to the City Clerk using this Request for Public Records Form.

City staff:

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Public Works Department
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