Meridian Ave E Corridor Study

Project Overview

This study is being conducted by the City of Edgewood in an effort to assess multimodal access, safety, and environmental needs along Meridian Avenue, from 24th Street E to the southern City limits at Todd Rd E.  Key intersections will be analyzed, and strategies and concepts will be developed to improve this corridor for all. In support of this effort, the City will be seeking input from businesses and property owners along the corridor, and from the general public through outreach events and a public survey.

Read the Corridor Study Scope here.

Project Goals 

  1. Develop a long-term strategy for addressing multimodal mobility, access, and safety needs along this stretch of Meridian Avenue
  2. Collaborate with WSDOT, stakeholders, and the public to confirm future needs
  3. Support the City’s Town Center Subarea Plan and other growth along the corridor
  4. Minimize impact to the environment

Overall Workplan

Corridor Assessment: September 2022 - March 2023
Development and Evaluation of Alternatives: April - September 2023
Summary of Recommendations: November 2023

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Public Input Schedule

The following opportunities will be available to the public to be involved in the study:

To be kept informed about these opportunities as they are scheduled, please send an email to the contact provided below.  Evan Hietpas, Senior Planner