FOLLOWUP: 2 Neighborhood Street Fund projects going out to bid

Almost a year and a half after they were chosen for funding, two Neighborhood Street Fund projects proposed by West Seattleites are going out to bid. A notice in today’s Daily Journal of Commerce announces that the city is seeking bids on a package of five NSF projects meant to improve walking and biking safety, two of which are in West Seattle – the Chief Sealth Walkway Improvements and the Harbor Ave. SW/SW Spokane St. Intersection Improvements Project. The notice says bids will be opened March 7th; we’ll be checking with SDOT on the anticipated construction schedule.

1 Reply to "FOLLOWUP: 2 Neighborhood Street Fund projects going out to bid"

  • TSurly February 12, 2018 (5:14 am)

    Queue up the “cyclists get everything and never pay for it” and the “Seattle’s war on cars” crowd.

    The improvements at the Harbor Ave/Avalon Way are long overdue.

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