SDOT’s Admiral Way team & vehicle-noise researcher @ Admiral Neighborhood Association next week

As reported here one week ago, SDOT has started marking Admiral Way for forthcoming changes a year and a half in the making. That’s one of two major topics just announced by Admiral Neighborhood Association president Larry Wymer for next Tuesday’s meeting:

*Dawn Schellenberg and Sam Woods from SDOT will be returning for their 3rd visit to our group to provide their latest update – and Q&A session – on the SW Admiral Way Safety Project. They both conducted an on-site ‘Walk & Talk’ session on August 20 which some of you were at, and are now involved in “preparatory work” including marking the roadway for upcoming lane changes as part of the final design. Construction should begin within a matter of weeks, with the exact schedule announced prior to our meeting.

*Jesse Robbins is doing research across Seattle to learn if and how noise pollution from, among other things, cars and motorcycles with loud mufflers is a problem among residents. He has been visiting neighborhood organizations throughout Seattle as part of this research project, and is now focusing on neighborhoods throughout West Seattle to make sure our voices are heard. He welcomes any insight Admiral residents can provide towards his research in proving that vehicle noise pollution is still a problem, and working towards resolving with the right prioritization of focus and resources among city officers.

The ANA meets at The Sanctuary at Admiral, at 2656 42nd Ave SW. Our monthly meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

4 Replies to "SDOT's Admiral Way team & vehicle-noise researcher @ Admiral Neighborhood Association next week"

  • Diana September 8, 2016 (10:40 pm)

    Can you provide contact information for Jesse Robbins who is doing the research?

    • WSB September 9, 2016 (4:26 pm)

      Diana – According to ANA, Jesse Robbins is a private citizen talking with neighborhood groups, not a government employee or consultant – this is a grass-roots project. If you’re interested in it, your best bet is to come to ANA’s meeting on Tuesday.  Otherwise, you might be able to get contact information from ANA president Larry – TR

      • Diana September 9, 2016 (4:37 pm)

        Thank you Tracy. I’ll follow up with ANA.

  • gina September 9, 2016 (2:51 pm)

     Fart cars and motorcycles. At least you get a 1/2 mile warning to get the heck out of their way.

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