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Highland Park Elementary Neighborhood Greenway

Updated: November 8, 2019

What’s happening now?

Thank you for taking the time to tell us what you think about walking and biking around Highland Park Elementary School. We're reviewing the results of the online survey and collecting additional traffic data. We'll update this website with the Most Promising Route soon.

Project Overview

The Highland Park Elementary Neighborhood Greenway will improve connections between the school and the surrounding neighborhood including parks, businesses, and the citywide transportation network. The new neighborhood greenway will expand affordable, active transportation options for people of all ages and abilities.

Project area map

What's a Neighborhood Greenway?

Neighborhood greenways are safer, calmer residential streets for you, your family, and neighbors. We make people walking and biking the priority. Neighborhood greenways can include:

  • 20 mph speed limit signs
  • speed humps to calm traffic
  • stop signs for side streets crossing the neighborhood greenway
  • signs and pavement markings to help people find their way
  • easier crossings of busy streets with crosswalks, flashing beacons, or traffic signals

Two children riding bikes on the Burke Gilman Trail

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Transportation

Greg Spotts, Director
Address: 700 5th Ave, Suite 3800, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 34996, Seattle, WA, 98124-4996
Phone: (206) 684-7623
684-Road@seattle.gov

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The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is on a mission to deliver a transportation system that provides safe and affordable access to places and opportunities for everyone as we work to achieve our vision of Seattle as a thriving, equitable community powered by dependable transportation.