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Roxbury Street S.W. has been under review for design changes to regulate traffic for some time now by SDOT. Two public meetings are scheduled for people to see what design changes are being contemplated.

Roxbury Street design alternatives public meetings set

Roxbury Street S.W. which connects West Seattle and White Center and serves as the dividing line between the City of Seattle and King County has been the subject of intense interest from SDOT in the past year as means by which to regulate the traffic flow on this busy corridor have been under review. Now residents living in the area will are being invited to attend two Design Alternatives Review meetings for this road safety corridor project.

Launched in response to community concerns, SDOT has conducted extensive public outreach. They note in a post on the SDOT blog that they have "developed several different engineering options to improve safety for all modes on Roxbury. Join us to review and to provide feedback into these options."

Here are the details:

Thursday, July 31, 6 PM to 7:45 PM, Southwest Library Second Floor Meeting Room, 9010 35th Avenue SW

Monday, August 4, 6 PM to 7:45 PM, YWCA Greenbridge Center, 9720 8th Avenue SW

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