The below images include segments and intersections of SR 202 being analyzed in this study.
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244th Avenue Northeast intersection
SR 202 at the intersection of 244th Avenue Northeast is a “T” intersection with 244th Avenue Northeast approaching from the south. The intersection is signalized, and there is a striped pedestrian crossing across SR 202 and 244th Avenue Northeast and a left-turn lane from westbound SR 202 to 244th Avenue Northeast.
Northeast Ames Lake Road intersection
Northeast Ames Lake Road approaches SR 202 from the north and is a stop-controlled, “T” intersection. SR 202 has a dedicated left turn lane as it approaches the intersection from the west. There are no pedestrian facilities at this intersection. SR 202 has a posted speed of 55 miles-per-hour.
Northeast Tolt Hill Road intersection
Northeast Tolt Hill Road has two connections to SR 202 from the north forming a “triangular” intersection configuration. Northeast Tolt Hill Road splits into two segments with stop signs on both approaches to SR 202. There is also a driveway access on SR 202 on the south leg of the intersection to a local landscaping business. There are no pedestrian facilities at this intersection. The posted speed is 55 MPH.
Southeast 8th Street intersection
Southeast 8th Street approaches SR 202 from the east as a “T” intersection with a stop sign. There are no left turn pockets at this intersection and no pedestrian facilities. The posted speed is 55 MPH.
292nd Avenue Southeast intersection
Southeast 292nd/Duthie Hill Road approaches SR 202 from the south as a “T” intersection. The intersection of Southeast 292nd/Duthie Hill Road is a signalized intersection with a right-turn pocket to Southeast 292nd on SR 202 and a dedicated left-turn lane on westbound SR 202 to Southeast 292nd. There is a striped pedestrian crosswalk across Southeast 292nd and SR 202. The posted speed is 55 MPH.
Southeast 40th Street and 324th Avenue Southeast intersection
SR 202 approaches the Southeast 40th Street intersection from the northwest at an angled approach. Eastbound traffic on SR 202 can turn right to Southeast 40th Street and eastbound traffic on Southeast 40th Street can access SR 202 eastbound. There is also a stop-sign controlled left turn approach from Southeast 40th Street to access SR 202 westbound. There are no pedestrian facilities or crossings at this intersection. The posted speed is 45 MPH.
Entrance to Chief Kanim Middle School
The intersection of SR 202 with 324th Avenue Southeast / West River Road is a four-way intersection with stop sign control on the 324th Avenue Southeast/ West River Road minor arterial approach. There are no dedicated left-turn lanes on SR 202 at this intersection, nor are there dedicated pedestrian facilities. The posted speed is 45 MPH.
There is a driveway access to the Chief Kanim Middle School and there is a 35 MPH school speed zone near the school. Although there are no pedestrian facilities here, the proposed West Side Trail will provide a shared-use path on the south side of SR 202.
Southeast 42nd Street/334th Place Southeast intersection
The intersection of SR 202 with Southeast 42nd Street/ 334th Place southeast is a triangular intersection, with Southeast 42nd Place entering SR 202 at an angle. Eastbound traffic traveling on SR 202 can access Southeast 42nd Place/334th Place southeast with a right exit-lane. There is also a striped, angled approach to SR 202 from Southeast 42nd Street/334th Place southeast, providing access to westbound SR 202. The posted speed is 30 MPH.
Although there are no pedestrian facilities or pedestrian crossings of SR 202 at this intersection, the proposed West Side Trail will start at the southwestern leg of this intersection and will proceed west along the south side of SR 202 to the west end of Fall City.
Downtown – 335th, 336th, 337th Place Southeast intersections
This aerial image shows SR 202 as it passes through the central business district of Fall City. There is one travel lane in each direction, and on the north side of SR 202, a wide shoulder serves as the pedestrian path. There are four intersections, all of which approach SR 202 from the south and are stop controlled. There is angle parking on the south side of SR 202 as well as a sidewalk for pedestrians to access the downtown businesses in this segment. Pedestrian crossings are marked at 335th Pl SE and at 338th Pl SE. The posted speed is 30 MPH.
Preston-Fall City Road Southeast intersection and Snoqualmie River bridge crossing
This aerial image shows the intersection of SR 202 with Preston-Fall City Road in downtown Fall City, as well as the Snoqualmie River Bridge crossing. SR 202 has two travel lanes here as well as a left-turn lane southbound from the Snoqualmie River Bridge, providing turn access to Preston-Fall City Road.
There is a pedestrian walkway across the Snoqualmie River Bridge on the west side of the bridge that transitions to a marked pedestrian path on the westbound shoulder of SR 202. There is also parking in front of businesses on the south side of SR 202 as it approaches the Preston-Fall City Road intersection. Sidewalks on the south side of SR 202 end at 338th Ave S. No dedicated pedestrian facilities are present between 338th Ave S and Preston-Fall City Road. In addition, no pedestrian crossings are marked at the intersection of Preston-Fall City Road. The posted speed is 30 MPH.
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