Downtown Demonstration Bikeway

We want to hear from you

If you bike, walk, bus, or drive along 108th Avenue Northeast in downtown, please us tell us how the demonstration bikeway has changed how you travel by responding to a short questionnaire. This will help the city understand what works, what doesn’t work and how the project design could be improved to better serve the needs of everyone who uses the street. The questionnaire will be available until Nov. 1, 2018.

The Transportation Department celebrated the opening of the Demonstration Bikeway on July 31 (video). It provides a safer and more comfortable route for people to bike north-south in Bellevue's busiest neighborhood. The bikeway is located on 108th Avenue Northeast, from Main Street to Northeast 12th Street.


The project is funded by the Neighborhood Safety, Connectivity and Congestion Levy, which was approved by voters in 2016. The project will install:
  • Separated bike lanes on both sides along most of the street. Lane dividers will include painted buffer areas, temporary curbs and posts, and planter boxes.
  • Striped bike lanes in narrow road segments, such as intersection approaches at NE 4th, 6th, and 10th Street, and shared lane markings at two existing median islands where the road is too narrow to install bike lanes.
  • Additional bike safety improvements including green pavement markings highlighting mixing areas between bikes and cars, such as turn lanes and high-traffic driveways.

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