SDOT’s Delridge Way SW Project

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is planning to redesign Delridge Way SW to move more people by prioritizing transit and laying the groundwork for new King County Metro RapidRide service. We want to hear from you about our 10% design proposal.

Take SDOT’s survey.

In the Delridge corridor, SDOT is proposing:

  • Bus lanes
  • Landscaped medians
  • Crosswalk improvements
  • Protected bike lanes
  • Neighborhood greenway connections
  • Signal upgrades
  • Paving
  • Water and sewer pipe upgrades
  • Spot parking and bike lane removal
  • Public art

Learn more about SDOT’s Delridge Way SW Project.

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.

Online survey link open through November 11, 2018:
www.surveymonkey.com/
r/delridgewaysw

Thank you Seattle voters

This project is partially funded by the 9-year Levy to Move Seattle, approved by voters in 2015. Learn more about the levy at www.seattle/gov/
LevytoMoveSeattle.

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Photo of a Metro Route 120 bus next to a bus stop in Delridge
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