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Overview
Crews will work throughout Issaquah to improve sidewalks and pedestrian crossings at several locations. Work on the projects, identified in our crossing study, will occur during the summer and fall of 2017.

Second Avenue Southeast 
  • To improve safety and pedestrian access near several schools, crews recently added a pedestrian crossing of Second Avenue Southeast at the Rainier Trail, along with a flashing beacon.

Maple Mini-Roundabout 
  • This project added a mini-roundabout at the Trader Joe's/Target intersection to improve function and safety, as well as provide a more intuitive intersection for pedestrians and drivers
  • Crews also plan to install rectangular rapid flashing beacons for the pedestrian crossings on Maple Street soon.
  • After the closure, some additional work will need to be completed. At least one lane will be open at all times with flaggers alternating traffic. Driveway access will be maintained during peak business hours. 

Front Street South
  • The project will add a pedestrian crossing and flashing beacon in the 600 block of Front Street South, near several multifamily residences and Our Savior Lutheran Church.
  • During the project, at least one lane of Front Street will be open with  at all times, with a flagger alternating traffic.
  • To minimize traffic impacts, crews will be allowed to work only from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

East Sunset Way
  • To improve safety and pedestrian access in historic Olde Town, crews will add a flashing beacon to the pedestrian crossing at East Sunset Way and City Hall.
  • During the project, at least one lane of Sunset Way will be open at all times, with a flagger alternating traffic.

Northwest Juniper Street

  • The project will add a new sidewalk, parking, curb and gutter to the south side of Northwest Juniper Street from the existing sidewalk at Newport Way Northwest to Seventh Avenue Northwest. In addition, crews will eliminate a gap in the existing walk, and add stormwater improvements.
  • During the project, at least one lane of Juniper Street will be open at all times, with a flagger alternating traffic.

Contact Us
For more information, contact Senior Engineer John Mortenson via email, or call 425-837-3427.