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The proposed H Line for Rapid Ride down Delridge Way SW is the subject of an Online Open House sponsored by SDOT.

SDOT offering a Delridge Rapid Ride H Line Online Survey

Town Hall and outreach events coming up

SDOT is offering a Delridge Rapid Ride H Line Online Survey, running from March 13-31 on the proposed RapidRide H Line.

King County Metro and SDOT are collaborating to convert the 120 bus line into a new rapid ride line in 2020. The webpage links to a description of the Delridge Corridor, opportunities and constraints, and tradeoffs.

SDOT has listed two options, which can be viewed here.

Option 1

  • Adds all-day bus-only lanes from the West Seattle Bridge to SW Alaska St
  • Adds peak bus-only lanes from 23rd Ave SW to SW Holden St
  • Widens the west sidewalk from 23rd Ave SW to SW Holden St
  • Improves pedestrian crossings
  • Adds new neighborhood greenway connections
  • Changes bus stop locations to increase bus speeds
  • Adds a landscaped median in some sections of the corridor

Option 2

  • Adds all-day bus-only lanes from the West Seattle Bridge to SW Alaska St
  • Keeps existing protected bike lanes on Delridge Way SW and adds a new southbound protected bike lane from SW Andover St to SW Kenyon St
  • Improves pedestrian crossings
  • Adds new neighborhood greenway connections
  • Changes bus stop locations to increase bus speeds
  • Adds a landscaped median in some sections of the corridor

An online survey is linked here; you can sign up for e-mail updates here. In-person events are planned on Delridge from 3/20 to 3/24; the schedule is here. SDOT’s goal for a citywide 2024 Rapid Ride network is linked here.

Thanks to District 1 Seattle City Councilmember Lisa Herbold for this information.

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