Pedestrian crossing work ongoing across city
Last updated 4/1/2021 at 9am
In an effort to improve safety at nine pedestrian crossings in Edmonds, the city began its pedestrian crossing enhancements project Monday, March 29.
Improvements will include pedestrian curb ramp upgrades to comply with ADA requirements, corner bulb-outs to reduce the crossing distance for pedestrians, traffic signal modifications, flashing beacons, new pavement markings, signs, and a safety education program.
The city secured a federal transportation grant through the Safe Routes to School Program to help pay for the project.
The nine locations, related improvements and tentative start...