6 days ago

What’s in the One Center City Action Plan

5th and 6th Avenue northbound lanes; 4th and 2nd Avenue improvements

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5th and 6th Avenue northbound lanes; 4th and 2nd Avenue improvements

    What's in the One Center City Action Plan
    The One Center City (OCC) Advisory Group, tasked with developing a plan to increase mobility in central Seattle during the impending period of maximum constraint, released its recommendations for near term capital projects in June. The plan must still be approved by the Seattle City Council and other stakeholders.
    https://seattletransitblog.com

Jun 20

Let’s Add New Bus Lanes to Overcome ‘Period of Maximum Constraint’

...The major addition to the transit network will be a new downtown transit pathway using Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue and providing transit lanes in some stretches but not in others. This should provide a...

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...still benefit from more transit priority. Route 5 got an important queue jump at the Aurora Ave and Bridge Way N interchange and piggybacks on RapidRide E Line BAT lanes on Aurora Avenue. Finding space for...

...easy. However, more queue jumps could ease other bottlenecks, like the congested (and confusingly named) Fremont Way N and Fremont Ave N intersection. And there does appear to be room for a BAT lane on Greenwood Avenue...

...summer. We could expand on them with painted bus lanes, particularly at key sections like Olive Way and John Street near Broadway...

    Let's Add New Bus Lanes to Overcome 'Period of Maximum Constraint' " The Urbanist
    The news on One Center City has not been very uplifting. The effort to keep Seattle moving during coming transit logjams got a re-brand to "Imagine Seattle," but it appears to still be lacking for bold imagination and timeliness.
    https://www.theurbanist.org

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