Capital Projects

Projects included in the Capital Investment Program Plan are derived from a number of sources, including formal long-range plans adopted by the City Council, commissions, needs assessments, public surveys, and requests from residents and the business community. Improvements are implemented over a seven-year period. Project design, land acquisition, construction costs and the projected means of financing these costs are the main components of a project.

In this section, you will find major Transportation Department projectsimage of Projects in Your Neighborhood interactive map in design or construction. In addition to project-specific web pages, a Projects in Your Neighborhood interactive map shows locations and provides at-a-glance information.

And a "Construction Happens" brochure provides general information about project schedules, timing and benefits. It also explains how staying informed will help you get around during a busy construction season. 

The Transportation Department conducts studies and plans well in advance of project construction. Bellevue keeps businesses, commuters, property owners and residents informed about transportation projects. During the planning stage information is shared and people are invited to help shape projects to meet their needs.

The Real-time traffic map and cameras, along with regularly updated Traffic advisories, alert motorists of traffic impacts and help the find the best route around construction zones. The Transportation Department's Twitter page, @BvueTrans, has additional information on local projects.

 

Contact

Tresa BergPublic Involvement Manager

Telephone

425-452-4638

Email

tberg@bellevuewa.gov

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