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Engineering

The City of Tacoma uses the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Action Plan’s school prioritization analysis to make physical improvements in order of priority and based on available funding.

School Infrastructure Updates

We are happy to announce the following schools have received funding through the Safe Routes to School Program.

 

School

Project Description

Estimated Start

Estimated Completion

Funding Source

Whitman Elementary School

Add bulbouts and pedestrian flashing beacons at S. 40th and M St. Install raised crosswalks at the schools crossings on S. 39th St and S. 40th St.

Summer 2022

 

City Council

Edison Elementary School

Improve school crossings and walking route along S. 60th St. Install speed hump on S. Pine St.

Summer 2022

 

City Council

Lincoln High School

Add raised crossing on S. 37th St.

Summer 2022

 

City Council

Manitou Elementary School

Install raised crosswalk and pedestrian flashing beacons at school crossing on S. 66th St. Add protected bike lane from Tyler St. to Cheyenne St.

Summer 2023

 

WSDOT SRTS Grant

Roosevelt Elementary School

Construct missing link sidewalk along school walking route on E. Roosevelt Ave.

Summer 2024

 

City Council