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February 6, 2013

$19M project will improve and expand Burke-Gilman Trail on the UW campus

  • The UW says this segment already has the highest bike and pedestrian traffic in the state. More users are coming in 2016 when the light rail station opens.
  • By LYNN PORTER
    Journal Staff Reporter

    Images courtesy of Place Studio and Alta Planning + Design [enlarge]
    The goal is to make the trail safer and increase capacity. New paving and markings will help give users a better idea of when they are coming to an intersection.

    When the Burke-Gilman Trail opened in 1978, it included a 1.7-mile stretch that runs through the University of Washington from Pasadena Place Northeast to Northeast 47th Street.


     
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