East Bellevue Demonstration Greenway

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Welcome! We’re excited to share that the City of Bellevue will create its first ever Neighborhood Greenway along a north-south route in East Bellevue. This two-mile stretch, primarily located along 165th and 166th avenues, will receive treatments that are intended to make it easier to bicycle around the neighborhood and to nearby destinations. The East Bellevue Demonstration Greenway is being designed as a demonstration project to encourage continuous feedback from users and residents about their experiences. The purpose of this forum is to receive feedback on decorative treatments for five traffic circles located within the greenway corridor. Please select the Traffic Circle Designs tab below to indicate your preferred design. Feedback will be accepted through Friday, May 7 at 5 p.m.

Description and location

The East Bellevue Demonstration Greenway will receive treatments intended to make it more comfortable to bicycle and roll along the corridor. Improvements will include:

Bicycle pavement markings will help guide cyclists along the designated greenway route and will indicate to motorists that bicyclists may be more present than other streets.

Neighborhood traffic circles will have posts to help slow vehicle traffic and decorative pavement markings to create placemaking in the neighborhood and enhance the riding experience on the greenway.

Bicycle wayfinding signage will be strategically placed signage to guide riders along the route and to nearby destinations and bicycling corridors.

Reduction in speed limit to 20 miles per hour (mph) from 25 mph will encourage safer bicycling conditions while deterring thru traffic.Relocation of stop signs at key intersections to minimize the number of stops for people biking and rolling.

The project alignment will follow the same alignment as the Healthy Street in 2020. This will begin at the corner of 166th Avenue SE and SE 16th Street in the south, and end at the corner of 165th Avenue NE and Northup Way in the north.

Share your thoughts on traffic circle decorative designs

This project will consist of decorative designs (pavement markings) within five planned traffic circles. Please provide your feedback in the “Traffic Circle Design” tab below on which design you would like to see installed. Please note that the demographic questions are optional but we would appreciate your completing them for our outreach purposes. This site will be used for feedback throughout the duration of the demonstration period,

Welcome! We’re excited to share that the City of Bellevue will create its first ever Neighborhood Greenway along a north-south route in East Bellevue. This two-mile stretch, primarily located along 165th and 166th avenues, will receive treatments that are intended to make it easier to bicycle around the neighborhood and to nearby destinations. The East Bellevue Demonstration Greenway is being designed as a demonstration project to encourage continuous feedback from users and residents about their experiences. The purpose of this forum is to receive feedback on decorative treatments for five traffic circles located within the greenway corridor. Please select the Traffic Circle Designs tab below to indicate your preferred design. Feedback will be accepted through Friday, May 7 at 5 p.m.

Description and location

The East Bellevue Demonstration Greenway will receive treatments intended to make it more comfortable to bicycle and roll along the corridor. Improvements will include:

Bicycle pavement markings will help guide cyclists along the designated greenway route and will indicate to motorists that bicyclists may be more present than other streets.

Neighborhood traffic circles will have posts to help slow vehicle traffic and decorative pavement markings to create placemaking in the neighborhood and enhance the riding experience on the greenway.

Bicycle wayfinding signage will be strategically placed signage to guide riders along the route and to nearby destinations and bicycling corridors.

Reduction in speed limit to 20 miles per hour (mph) from 25 mph will encourage safer bicycling conditions while deterring thru traffic.Relocation of stop signs at key intersections to minimize the number of stops for people biking and rolling.

The project alignment will follow the same alignment as the Healthy Street in 2020. This will begin at the corner of 166th Avenue SE and SE 16th Street in the south, and end at the corner of 165th Avenue NE and Northup Way in the north.

Share your thoughts on traffic circle decorative designs

This project will consist of decorative designs (pavement markings) within five planned traffic circles. Please provide your feedback in the “Traffic Circle Design” tab below on which design you would like to see installed. Please note that the demographic questions are optional but we would appreciate your completing them for our outreach purposes. This site will be used for feedback throughout the duration of the demonstration period,