Transportation Funding Approved for Bike and Pedestrian Projects

Funding for trail extensions, bike and pedestrian bridges, and key corridor connections will make walking and biking a little easier around the region.

Renton's Lake Washington Loop Trail received funding for preliminary engineering.

PSRC approved funds for the Lake Washington Loop Trail connecting the Lake Washington and Cedar River regional trails

Today the PSRC Executive Board approved nearly $17 million for the following transportation alternatives projects:

Tacoma’s Prairie Line Trail — $1,919,372 and the Tacoma 13 Corridor — $95,000

Kirkland’s Park Lane Pedestrian corridor enhancements – $857,479

Seattle’s Canton and Nord Alleys repaving – $851,018 and the Northgate Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge – $600,000

Renton’s Lake Washington Loop Trail – $346,000

Bainbridge’s Sound to Olympics Trail / SR305 Corridor Enhancements, Phase 2 – $1,617,550

Redmond’s  Overlake Village Bicycle-Pedestrian Bridge – $5,000,000

Bellevue’s Northup Way Connection to the SR 520 Trail – $2,215,820

Carnation’s SR 203/Tolt Avenue Central Business District improvements – $735,250

King County’s Missing Sidewalks in Skyway – $657,015

Lynnwood’s Interurban Regional Trail – Missing Link – $1,323,450

Sumner Trail-Main Street to Puyallup Street – $228,624

Lakewood’s  112th / 111th – Bridgeport to Kendrick – $156,000

Bonney Lake’s Fennel Creek Trail – Segment 2 – $273,600

Edmonds’ Sunset Avenue Overlook Trail – $90,903

PSRC selects projects for funding from the Federal Highway Administration’s transportation alternatives program, which provides funding for bike and pedestrian facilities, historic preservation, archeology and other efforts.

The Executive Board also approved a prioritized contingency list of projects that could move forward if more funding becomes available.