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Reminder! We're studying near-term walking/biking improvements and want to hear from you! We have this list of potential projects and we'll select which to take to further design based on costs/benefits and your input.

Join us at our public workshop!
Join us on Tuesday, December 17 for a workshop at the 2100 Building. Tell us what you think about the potential walking and biking improvements and participate in small group discussions with the team. We’ll have snacks and language interpretation in Vietnamese, Amharic, Spanish, Tigrinya, Khmer, and Somali.

PUBLIC WORKSHOP
Tuesday, December 17
5:30-7 PM
Program starts at 5:45 PM
2100 Building; 2100 24th Ave
Small group discussions, snacks, language interpretation!

We’ve extended our survey deadline to December 19! Take our survey to learn more about each of the below potential improvements and select your top projects.

Map of the Mt Baker Station area with a list of the near-term improvements being considered: 1. Extend sidewalk corners (i.e. “add curb bulbs”) at intersection of Martin Luther King Jr Way S and Rainier Ave S 2. Widen and repair sidewalk on the east side of Rainier Ave S 3. Widen crosswalks crossing Rainier Ave S at S Forest St, Martin Luther King Jr Way S, and S Mt Baker Blvd 4. Change north lane of Mt Baker Blvd to walk and bike only 5. No right on red heading north from Rainier Ave S to Martin Luther King Jr Way S 6. Artistic enhancements to the pedestrian bridge 7. New crosswalks across Rainier Ave S and Martin Luther King Jr Way S at S Mt Baker Blvd 8. Improve pedestrian crossings on S McClellan St at Rainier Ave S and Martin Luther King Jr Way S
See the project fact sheet and project visuals for more info.
Additional outreach
In addition to the online survey, we’ve also been holding workshops and meeting in person with community groups and project neighbors.
Near-term improvements ranked with blue sticky dots.
Example of top 3 improvement choices from a workshop with Mt Baker Hub Alliance.
Other Accessible Mt Baker work
We’re collaborating with partner agencies to take steps toward the town center vision including studying the feasibility of relocating the Metro Transit Center closer to the Mt Baker Light Rail station. Check out our webpage for more info.

Thank you!

Accessible Mt Baker project team
Email: AMB@seattle.gov
Phone: 206-775-8720
The Rainier/MLK intersection is in the middle of major destinations including the Mt Baker Link Light Rail Station, King County Metro Transit Center, Franklin High School, housing, and retail. As part of the Accessible Mt Baker project, we’re working on near-term improvements to improve walking and bike access in the area and to better connect the transit center to the light rail station.
If you need this information translated, please call (206) 775-8720.
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Dịch và thông dịch viên sẵn sàng nếu có sự yêu cầu (206) 775-8720.
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Haddii aad dooneyso turjubeen fadlen wac (206) 775-8720.
Matutulungan ka naming maintindihan kung hihingi kang tulong (206) 775-8720.
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