145th Pl SE Bike Lanes and Sidewalks
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In 2007 the city made major improvements to 145th Place Southeast between Southeast Eighth and Southeast 16th streets, adding bike lanes, sidewalks, a median and landscaping. With a year-long project that began in the summer of 2011, the city transformed 145th Place, adding bike lanes, sidewalks and medians, along with a center turn lane between Southeast 16th and Southeast 24th streets. Southeast 22nd Street was also improved between 145th Place Southeast and 156th Avenue Southeast.
- Five-foot-wide bike lanes;
- Six-foot-wide sidewalks;
- Two-way center left-turn lane; and
- Planted median islands, irrigation and landscaping.
In addition, the traffic signal and the curb ramps at the intersection of 145th Place and 24th Street were improved and a six-foot-wide sidewalk was added on the north side of Southeast 22nd Street. A new stormwater conveyance system was installed, as was street lighting and two mid-block crosswalks.