South Link Non-Motorized Access Study | Seattle, Washington
Client: Sound Transit
Sound Transit requested that Huitt-Zollars prepare a Non-Motorized Access Study of the area within 1/2 mile of the proposed South 200th Station area. The purpose of the study was to review existing pedestrian and bicycle routes, and propose improvements to current bike and pedestrian facilities to encourage non-motorized access. Huitt-Zollars performed site reconnaissance, identified issues, performed existing conditions inventory, and identified a non-motorized access network based upon the “Proposed S. 200th Street Station Area Capital Mitigation Options” map provided by the City. Multiple pedestrian and bicycle routes were identified, and a matrix was developed that provided issues identification and cost/benefit analysis.