Interurban to Green Lake Neighborhood Greenway Connection

Updated: January 18, 2022

What's Happening Now?

New bike detection cameras have been repaired and are fully operational. Weekend work for sidewalk restoration will begin as soon as January 21st. This work is weather dependent and could be postponed if the forecast is not favorable.

This crossing is one element of the Interurban to Green Lake Neighborhood Greenway Connection which is being built along N 83rd St between 1st Ave NW and Fremont Ave N. We recently installed an all-way stop at the intersection of Linden Ave N and N 83rd St, completing the neighborhood greenway connection between Fremont Ave N and the new protected bike lanes at Green Lake.

Picture of a bike detection camera.

Image: Example of a pedestrian crossing signal with bicycle detection

Other improvements to this neighborhood greenway will include speed humps to calm traffic and stop signs on intersecting streets (Dayton Ave N). This connection will provide a safe route to school for students walking and biking to Greenwood Elementary and other destinations along the 1st Ave NW permanent Healthy Street.

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.

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. Recently we installed a new all way stop at the intersection of Linden Ave N and N 83rd St with decorative pavement as selected by the neighborhood survey.

A homemade "Bike to Green Lake" sign is nailed to a tree in a residential neighborhood

Image: A neighborhood installed “Bike to Green Lake” sign

Learn more about the projects we're coordinating with:

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



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

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