Everett eyeing $1.35M to expand bike paths east of Broadway
7 Mar 2022
Everett thinks it has the missing link for people who want to bike, roll or stroll to and from downtown.
The city is considering a $1.35 million project to design and build bike-only paths, bike signal crossings, and sidewalks on Fulton Street between California Street and Pacific Avenue. The stretch, under half of a mile, would connect Everett’s existing and planned bike lanes on California Street to Everett Station and the U.S. 2 trestle pedestrian path.
“This project fits in well with other nearby non-motorized amenities,” said city engineer Tom Hood last week during a presentation to the Everett City Council.
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