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SR 202 Corridor Study – Existing Conditions

The following images show existing conditions along SR 202 between 244th Avenue Northeast and intersections within Fall City.

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Shoulders

Shoulders along SR 202 between 244th Avenue northeast and Fall City are narrow. This image shows the shoulder along SR 202 near Chief Kanim Middle School.

This image shows the shoulder along SR 202. It is about 3 feet wide.

The narrow shoulder continues into Fall City, adjacent to the Chief Kanim Middle School. This grassy area is the future location of the proposed West Side Trail. 

Image of the right of way along SR 202 in Fall City, adjacent to the Chief Kanim Middle School, which is the future location of the West Side Trail.

The below image shows the north side of SR 202 in central Fall City. A striped pedestrian path separates the SR 202 roadway from parking along the Snoqualmie River. 

Image of the north side of SR 202 in the Fall City central business district. A walking path separates parking and the roadway.

The below image shows the intersection of SR 202 and Southeast 42nd Street/Southeast 334th Place in Fall City.

Image of SR 202 at the intersection of Southeast 42nd Street/Southeast 334th Place in Fall City.

Sidewalks

This image shows the sidewalk on the south side of SR 202 in the Fall City central business district.

Image of the sidewalk along the south side of SR 202 in central Fall City.

The Snoqualmie River Bridge crossing allows pedestrian access to the King County park on the north side of the river.

Image of the Snoqualmie River Bridge pedestrian crossing.

Bicycling

In addition to providing important local and regional connectivity for vehicle traffic, SR 202 sees regular use by people bicycling on the corridor.

Image showing a bicyclist crossing the Snoqualmie River Bridge in Fall City.

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