Cedar Ave & SR 116 Pedestrian/Bike Improvements

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Jefferson County Public Works and its contractor, Interwest Construction, Inc. completed construction of the SR 116 and Cedar Ave. Pedestrian/Bike Improvement Project in Port Hadlock at the beginning of June.   The new facilities are now open for the public’s use.

 Jefferson County Public Works was awarded a Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Safe Routes to Schools Program grant for pedestrian and bicycle improvements on SR 116 and Cedar Avenue near the Jefferson County Library and the Chimacum Creek Primary School.  The objective of the WSDOT program is to improve the transportation system to enhance safety and mobility for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Project Overview

This project provided the Port Hadlock community, school students, library patrons, and transit riders with sidewalks, pedestrian crossings, and bicycle lanes along a segment of Cedar Avenue, a multi-use path to Chimacum Creek Primary School, a sidewalk to the Jefferson County Library, a relocated transit bus stop, and pedestrian activated crosswalk beacons on SR 116 near the entrance to the Chimacum Creek Primary School.  

Project Elements

Cedar Avenue
Construction of approximately 2,000 feet of concrete sidewalk, curb, and gutter, and ADA ramps along the westerly side of Cedar Avenue, from the Jefferson County Library entrance to Hayden Street. This segment of the project also included striping for bicycle lanes, crosswalks, pedestrian illumination, stormwater facilities, relocation of a Jefferson Transit bus stop, and relocation of utilities by Jefferson County Public Utility District.

SR 116
Installation of two pedestrian activated Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons on the shoulders of SR 116 at the Chimacum Creek Primary School entrance, to improve pedestrian safety.

Chimacum Creek Primary School
Construction of a paved and illuminated multi-use path (approximately 600’ long) from Cedar Avenue to an existing sidewalk near the front entrance of the Chimacum Creek Primary School, which connects to the bicycle dismount area.

Jefferson County Library
Construction of concrete sidewalk (approximately 140’ long) from the Library entrance at Cedar Avenue to an existing sidewalk near the Library building, ADA sidewalk ramps, and a crosswalk.

A ‘Ribbon Cutting’ for the completed SR 116 and Cedar Avenue Pedestrian-Bike Improvements Project, WSDOT Safe Routes to School Program, took place on Wednesday, July 6th at the east end of the new Multi-use Path at Cedar Avenue.

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