522 Dexter Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109, USA
Not following the law should be enforced.
Crosswalk does Cross the bicycle path in two places
Sidewalks, crosswalks — Pedestrians, bicycles.
(1) The driver of a vehicle shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian or bicycle on a sidewalk. The rider of a bicycle shall yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian on a sidewalk or crosswalk.
(2)(a) If a person is found to have committed an infraction under this section within a school, playground, or crosswalk speed zone created under RCW 46.61.440, the person must be assessed a monetary penalty equal to twice the penalty assessed under RCW 46.63.110. The penalty may not be waived, reduced, or suspended.
(b) Fifty percent of the moneys collected under this subsection must be deposited into the school zone safety account.
[2010 c 242 § 3; 2000 c 85 § 2; 1975 c 62 § 41.]
Rules of court: Monetary penalty schedule -- IRLJ 6.2.
Effective date -- 2010 c 242: See note following RCW 46.61.275.
Severability -- 1975 c 62: See note following RCW 36.75.010.
7451-7499 25th Avenue Northeast Seattle, Washington
25th is a busy street! Our friends on 25th and 65th have the pleasure of a light that allows for protected lefts, it would be great to have the same light patterns on 75th and 25th. I am sure anyone who has experienced the back up trying to go left on to 75th ( going north) and all those blocked trying to continue to go north on 25th, will agree!!
Please give us a protected left turn light!!!
4 VotesFix it! Voted!Colman Dock Bainbridge Island, Washington
The traffic pattern changes have created a very dangerous situation when exiting the ferry terminal. Cars, motorcycles, and pedestrians are all faced with drivers either not seeing, or flat out not heeding, the new traffic lights. Having a police presence would force the drivers to be more focused on driving and aware of the new traffic patterns.
1600-1618 Bellevue Avenue Seattle, WA 98122, USA
I moved to this block in part because of the share bike station that was here. It was removed "temporarily" and has not been replaced, due to a holdup at the City of Seattle. Lack of transparency on this issue is not helpful.
Elliott Bay Trail Seattle, WA 98119, USA
On a light pole, on path, near fishing pier area.