Wells Ave S and Williams Ave S Conversion Project

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Keith Woolley
Project Manager
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The project provides pedestrian and bicyclists facilities and enhancements, traffic operation and circulation improvements in Downtown. The improvements include adding raised intersections with bulb outs, lighting, street furniture, streetscape, bike racks, signage, wayfinding and converting Williams Ave S and Wells Ave S to two‐way traffic operations.

This project is one of the strategies identified in the City Center Community Plan. The project enhances downtown Renton as a destination area, while improving circulation, reducing traffic speeds and enhancing pedestrian safety. A feasibility study, including a Downtown Circulation Traffic Analysis for the conversion to two‐way operations was completed.

The city was awarded a STP grant in the amount of $3,850,000 in 2016. Design started in 2017 and construction is anticipated to start in 2019.
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