From the City of Bellevue: Upcoming Open Houses on Neighborhood Congestion Reduction Intersection Studies

From the City of Bellevue: Upcoming Open Houses on Neighborhood Congestion Reduction Intersection Studies

Upcoming Open Houses on Neighborhood Congestion Reduction Intersection Studies

The Bellevue Transportation Department is hosting open houses to receive community feedback on neighborhood congestion reduction studies. The purpose of the studies is to evaluate how to improve traffic flow and safety at various intersections.

  • Open House: Study of 156th Ave SE All-way Stop Intersections, Jan. 29, 4:30-6:30 p.m., Lake Hills Library, 15590 Lake Hills Blvd (Details in mailer)
  • Open House: SE 8th Street and Lake Hills Connector Intersection Studies, Feb. 11, 6-7:30 p.m., Bellevue Botanical Garden, 12001 Main Street. (Details in mailer)
  • Open House: Lakemont Blvd SE at Forest Drive SE and at SE Newport Way, Feb. 20, 6-7:30 p.m., Lewis Creek Park Visitor Center. (Details in mailer)

These studies are part of the Neighborhood Congestion Reduction Program, aimed at easing traffic congestion in neighborhoods. The program is funded by the 2016, voter-approved, Neighborhood Safety, Connectivity and Congestion Levy.

For more about the Neighborhood Congestion Reduction Program, contact Chris Long, traffic engineering manager, at 425-452-6013 or clong@bellevuewa.gov. To learn more about levy-funded projects, view an interactive map, and subscribe to receive project updates at  BellevueWa.gov/transportationlevy.