Interurban to Green Lake Neighborhood Greenway Connection

Updated: February 13, 2020

What's Happening Now?

Thank you for providing feedback on this project. Based on the community feedback the decorative curb bulbs will have the Honeycomb pattern in the brick red color. We will also be adding an all-way stop at the intersection of Linden Ave N and N 83rd St.

A sample showing red hexagons with white borders between them to mimic brick with mortar. A rendering of a curb bulb with a red honeycomb pattern surface and flexible bollards on the edges

See more details of our survey results here.

Project Overview

The Interurban to Green Lake Neighborhood Greenway Connection will run along N 83rd St providing a vital link between the existing neighborhood greenway (Interurban North) on Fremont Ave N and the protected bike lanes on Green Lake Dr N. The neighborhood greenway connection will be constructed in coordination with the Aurora Ave N intersection improvements as soon as summer 2020.

A rendering of a person riding a bike near proposed improvements at N 83rd St and Linden Ave N. The improvements include a bump out, bicycle wayfinding dots, and a crosswalk.

A future connection is also planned to connect with the existing 1st Ave NW neighborhood greenway in coordination with a Vision Zero crossing improvement at Greenwood Ave N.

Learn more about the projects we're coordinating with:

A map of the proposed greenway running along N 83rd St between Aurora Ave N and 1st Ave N.

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. The new neighborhood greenway will bring affordable, active transportation options for all ages and abilities.

A cyclist riding with a trailer on a neighborhood greenway.

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, curb bulbs, flashing beacons, or traffic signals