The below images show existing conditions along SR 900 as of September 2020.
There are sections of SR 900 that are missing sidewalks, where people have use the shoulder to access bus stops, stores, or their homes.
Where sidewalks are present, they’re not always accessible for everyone. This pedestrian button would be hard to reach for someone using a wheelchair.
This sidewalk ramp and others in the corridor are missing tactile surface markings.
Corridor speeds are signed as 50MPH for sections of the SR 900 corridor, which is not a pedestrian-friendly environment.
In 2019, WSDOT installed a marked walkway along the north shoulder of SR 900 between the bus stop at Cambridge Park Villa and the intersection with 68th Avenue South.
In 2020, WSDOT restriped the turn markings at South 129th Street and repainted the crosswalks.
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