Delridge – Seattle
We’re creating a better bus street on Delridge Way SW to prepare for RapidRide. That means we’re rebuilding parts of the street, completely changing how the lanes are laid out, and making walk/bike connections so you can get to better bus service safely.
The City of Seattle is committed to partnering with Metro to make buses more reliable through the rebuilding of damaged streets and adding special bus lanes, and signals to help transit through Delridge. New sidewalks, bike routes and crossings to get people to the new bus stops are also planned for the RapidRide upgrade.
Making Delridge Way SW a Better Bus Street
To support the coming-in-2021 RapidRide H Line, the City of Seattle is bringing improvements for transit, people walking, and for people biking to your neighborhood.
That means your Levy to Move Seattle dollars will help remake and reimagine what Delridge can be for everyone in the neighborhood. We’re committed to getting people walking and biking around the neighborhood and to new bus stops.
Our project includes:
- New bus lanes to sail past traffic
- New bus signals to hop to the front of the line at red lights
- New planted medians to green Delridge and calm traffic
- New sculptures for community placemaking
- New paving for a smoother ride and long-lasting street
- New sewer and water pipes for fresh drinking water and wastewater removal
- New protected bike lanes, crosswalks, bike/walk signals, neighborhood greenway connections, pedestrian lighting, sidewalk repair
- Parking removal—the new design replaces several full blocks of street parking with new bus and bike lanes
- Parking time restrictions – some street parking will be restricted for a few hours during peak times on weekdays for the new peak-only bus lanes
Give Feedback Today
Take SDOT’s survey to weigh in on some of these improvements and how you’d use them. Thank you for helping redesign the street.
Westwood Village and Delridge
Route and Improvements
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For more information on upcoming changes in Delridge, visit the Seattle Department of Transportation website.