The City of Bellevue is hosting several public open houses on May 18th at which residents can provide input on 108th Avenue SE improvement plans. Bellevue wants to improve the road for bicyclists and pedestrians to prevent accidents and improve safety.
Bellevue has a budget of $7 million to improve the stretch of 108th Avenue Southeast through Enatai, between Bellevue Way and Interstate 90. Street map here.
The street has become increasingly important for bicycle commuters and pedestrians who walk to schools, parks, swimming polls and churches.
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The Seattle Times Bellevue Blog Posted by Katherine Long “Pedestrian, bike improvements planned for Bellevue’s 108th Avenue SE“