Chapter 14.10
TRAFFIC STANDARDS CODE

Sections:

14.10.005    Purpose.

14.10.010    Definitions.

14.10.020    Application and administration.

14.10.030    Level-of-service standard.

14.10.040    Review of development proposals.

14.10.050    Methods of providing transportation improvements.

14.10.060    Mobility management area system intersections and map.

14.10.005 Purpose.

The purpose of this chapter is to set forth specific standards providing for city compliance with the concurrency requirements of the state Growth Management Act (GMA) and for consistency between city and countywide planning policies under the GMA. GMA requires that transportation improvements or strategies to accommodate the traffic impacts of development be provided concurrently with development to handle the increased traffic projected to result from growth and development in the city and region. Responding to the changing framework of the future of transportation, these standards ensure compliance through the inclusion of:

A. Roadway standards that balance congestion management with land use and urban design objectives;

B. Mobility management areas with long-range objectives and shorter-term standards tailored to each area’s characteristics and needs;

C. Level-of-service standards for each mobility management area, to include: reflection of other available mobility options; adjustment of level of service standards where appropriate; interim standards for specific areas until completion of interlocal negotiations; consideration of trips crossing mobility management area boundaries; use of area-average method of evaluating roadway system adequacy, and use of an averaged two-hour p.m. peak period representing extended high trip volume periods. (Ord. 5883 § 1, 2009; Ord. 5081 § 1, 1998; Ord. 4606 § 2, 1993.)

14.10.010 Definitions.

For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions apply:

A. “Affected intersection” means a signalized system intersection within a mobility management area in the city; or over which the city has operational responsibility under an interlocal agreement, as authorized by Chapter 39.34 RCW or other law; or where there is such an interlocal agreement to apply this chapter to the intersection; and to which the development proposal is projected to add 20 or more P.M. peak period average trips.

B. “Affected mobility management area” means any mobility management area with an affected intersection.

C. “Area-average level of service” means the sum of the critical volumes of the signalized system intersections within a mobility management area divided by the sum of the capacity of the signalized system intersections within that mobility management area.

D. “Background traffic” means the volume of traffic that is projected to occur on the street system as of the anticipated date of occupancy of a proposal. Background traffic includes regional traffic, anticipated traffic from all proposals which have been approved under Chapter 23.10 BCC, approved Process I and Process II applications, and approved Process III conditional use, shoreline conditional use, preliminary plat, and planned unit development applications within a community council jurisdiction. Approved applications shall be excluded from background traffic calculations upon expiration of the director’s concurrency approval as set forth in BCC 14.10.040(F).

E. “Concurrency” means a requirement of the Growth Management Act (RCW 36.70A.070(6), now or as hereafter amended) that the city must enforce an ordinance precluding approval of a proposed development if that development would cause the level of service of a transportation facility to fall below the city’s adopted standard, unless a financial commitment is in place to complete mitigating transportation improvements or strategies within six years. In the city of Bellevue, “transportation facility” is defined as any mobility management area. When a development fails to meet the concurrency test, mitigation will be required to accommodate the impacts of the development. Transportation demand management and other nonroadway strategies may be used.

F. “Congestion allowance” means the number of signalized system intersections allowed to exceed the level-of-service standard adopted for a mobility management area.

G. “Degradation” means an increase in the volume/capacity ratio (v/c ratio) above the area-wide level-of-service standard for a mobility management area as established in BCC 14.10.030; or an increase beyond the congestion allowance in the number of signalized system intersections exceeding the level-of-service standard.

H. “Director” means the director of the transportation department for the city of Bellevue, the director’s authorized representative, or any representative authorized by the city manager.

I. “Fully funded project” means a project in the most recently adopted capital investment program plan for the city or similar capital program of another jurisdiction which has sufficient funding committed for construction.

J. “Level-of-service” means the degree of saturation of an intersection. It is measured as the summation of the flow ratios for all critical lane groups in the intersection.

K. “Mitigation,” for the purposes of this chapter, means transportation demand management strategies or facility improvements constructed or financed by a developer which return a degraded area-wide level of service to the standard of the area. If an area already exceeds the standard prior to the development proposal, “mitigation” means transportation demand management strategies or facility improvements constructed or financed by a developer that at the least maintains the area-wide level of service existing prior to the development.

L. “Mobility management areas” means distinct areas with boundaries based on factors such as area-specific mobility targets. Mobility management areas are shown mapped in BCC 14.10.060. Some mobility management areas include intersections outside the city’s jurisdiction; see Transportation Element policies TR-33.

M. “P.M. peak period” means the two hours between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

N. “P.M. peak period (averaged) level of service” means the v/c ratio of a system intersection calculated using the P.M. peak period average trips.

O. “P.M. peak period average trips” means the average of the total vehicular trips between 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. and between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

P. “System intersection” means an intersection which contributes to the system function within each mobility management area. System intersections within the mobility management areas are listed and mapped in BCC 14.10.060.

Q. “Transportation demand management” means strategies designed to increase the efficiency of existing capital transportation facilities, including, but not limited to, transit and ridesharing incentives, flexible working hours, parking management, and pedestrian and bicycle enhancements to decrease single occupancy vehicle trips.

R. “Under construction” means when a construction contract for a project has been awarded or actual physical alteration or improvement has occurred on the site.

S. “Volume/capacity ratio (v/c ratio)” means the flow ratio for a lane group as defined in the Transportation Research Board Highway Capacity Manual 2000, now or as hereafter amended, using the operational analysis method where “v” equals the actual or projected demand flow rate for a lane group in vehicles per hour, and “c” equals the capacity of a lane group in vehicles per hour. (Ord. 5883 §§ 2 – 7, 2009; Ord. 5309 § 1, 2001; Ord. 5081 § 2, 1998; Ord. 4823 § 1, 1995; Ord. 4606 § 2, 1993.)

14.10.020 Application and administration.

A. General Application. This chapter applies to all applications filed after its effective date under Bellevue City Code (Land Use Code) Process I (LUC 20.35.100 et seq.); Process II (LUC 20.35.200 et seq.); Process III conditional use, shoreline conditional use, preliminary plat, and planned unit development applications within community council jurisdiction (LUC 20.35.300 et seq.); and Chapter 23.10 BCC; if the proposal or use will generate 30 or more new p.m. peak period average trips; provided, this chapter shall not apply to final plan approval or to any building permit for a planned unit development which received preliminary plan approval prior to June 14, 1989. The trip generation rate is based on the city’s most recent transportation impact fee program report adopted pursuant to Chapter 22.16 BCC, now or as hereafter amended. Other trip generation rate sources may be used where there may be special trip-generating characteristics of the proposal, as determined by the director.

B. Phased Development. A phased development is any Process I or Process II approval, or Process III conditional use, shoreline conditional use, preliminary plat, and planned unit development applications within community council jurisdiction, involving multiple buildings where issuance of building permits under Chapter 23.10 BCC could occur for individual buildings. The requirements of this chapter shall be applied for all phases at the time of approval of the initial phase and may be adjusted for each subsequent phase based on the cumulative impact of all the phases, except that the timing of application of the requirements of this chapter may be modified through a development agreement approved by the city council pursuant to Chapter 36.70B RCW.

C. Single Project Limits. All Process I, Process II, Process III conditional use, shoreline conditional use, preliminary plat, and planned unit development applications within a community council jurisdiction and Chapter 23.10 BCC applications which have been submitted for a single project limit (as defined in Bellevue City Code, LUC 20.50.040) within the three-year period immediately prior to an application will be considered as being a single application for purposes of determining under subsection A of this section whether this chapter applies to the application.

D. Change in Occupancy. This chapter applies to applications for tenant improvement permits where SEPA review is required and 30 or more new p.m. peak period average trips will be generated.

E. Concomitant and Development Agreements. This chapter applies to any development application that is subject to an existing concomitant or development agreement unless the agreement specifically provides otherwise.

F. SEPA. This chapter establishes minimum standards which are to be applied to all proposals in order to provide street capacity improvements to minimize traffic congestion on the streets and highways in the city. This chapter is not intended to limit the application of the State Environmental Policy Act to specific proposals. Each proposal shall be reviewed and may be conditioned or denied under the authority of the State Environmental Policy Act and the Bellevue Environmental Procedures Code (Chapter 22.02 BCC).

G. Reconstruction of Destroyed Buildings. If a building to which this chapter did not apply at time of construction is destroyed by fire, explosion or act of God or war, and is reconstructed in accordance with city code, it will not be required to comply with this chapter unless the reconstructed building is anticipated to produce trips in excess of those produced by the destroyed building.

H. Administration. The director shall be responsible for the administration of this chapter. The director may adopt rules for the implementation of this chapter; provided the director shall first hold a public hearing. The director shall publish notice of intent to adopt any rule and the date, time and place of the public hearing thereon in a newspaper of general circulation in the city at least 20 days prior to the hearing date. Any person may submit written comment to the director in response to such notice, and/or may speak at the public hearing. Following the public hearing the director shall adopt, adopt with modifications, or reject the proposed rules.

I. Exemptions. The portion of any project used for any of the following purposes is exempt from the requirements of this chapter:

1. Child care facility for children, as defined in LUC 20.50.014, if not operated for profit;

2. Public transportation facilities;

3. Public parks and recreational facilities;

4. Privately operated not-for-profit social service facilities recognized by the Internal Revenue Service under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3);

5. Affordable housing, which is defined as housing which is affordable to persons whose income is below 80 percent of the median income for persons residing in the Seattle Metropolitan Statistical Area;

6. Public libraries;

7. Publicly funded educational institutions;

8. Hospitals, as defined in LUC 20.50.024, if not operated for profit.

Notwithstanding the exemptions hereunder provided, the traffic resulting from an exempt use shall nonetheless be included in computing background traffic for any nonexempt project. (Ord. 5883 § 8, 2009; Ord. 5555 § 1, 2004; Ord. 5309 § 2, 2001; Ord. 5308 § 1, 2001; Ord. 5081 § 3, 1998; Ord. 4823 § 2, 1995; Ord. 4606 § 2, 1993.)

14.10.030 Level-of-service standard.

A. Area-Average Level-of-Service Standards. P.M. peak period (averaged) level-of-service standards are tailored for each mobility management area, reflecting distinct conditions and multiple community objectives, with an area-average approach used to measure system adequacy. In this approach, the average level-of-service of the system intersections within each area is calculated. The congestion allowance specified for each mobility management area is the maximum number of system intersections allowed to exceed the area-average level-of-service standard set for a mobility management area. The area-average level-of-service standard and the congestion allowance for each mobility management area are:

Mobility Management Area

Area-Average LOS Standard (Maximum v/c Ratio)

Congestion Allowance

Regional Center

0.950

(Downtown/Area #3)

9

Activity Area

0.950

(Factoria/Area #13)

5

(Bel-Red/Northup/Area #12)

7

Mixed Commercial/ Residential Areas

0.900

(Wilburton/Area #4)

3

(Crossroads/Area #5)

2

(Eastgate/Area #10)

4

Residential Group 1

0.850

(North Bellevue/Area #1)

3

(South Bellevue/Area #7)

4

(Richards Valley/Area #8)

5

(East Bellevue/Area #9)

5

Residential Group 2

0.800

(Bridle Trails/Area #2)

4

(NE Bellevue/Area #6)

2

(Newcastle/Area #11)

3

(Newport/Area #14)

*

*No system intersections are currently identified in this mobility management area.

B. Degradation of Mobility Management Areas. Degradation of a mobility management area is defined in BCC 14.10.010. If the maximum v/c ratio of a mobility management area is already exceeded prior to a development proposal, the development proposal may not degrade the v/c ratio further. If the congestion allowance of a mobility management area is already exceeded prior to the development proposal, the development proposal may not degrade the congestion allowance further. (Ord. 5883 § 9, 2009; Ord. 5081 § 4, 1998; Ord. 4823 § 3, 1995; Ord. 4606 § 2, 1993.)

14.10.040 Review of development proposals.

A. Application. The director will review any proposal which is subject to this chapter under BCC 14.10.020 to determine its impact on each mobility management area it affects.

B. Development Approval. A proposal (consisting of a development project and mitigation, if any) meets the requirements of this chapter if the volume of traffic resulting from the proposal when added to the background traffic volumes of the affected intersections (1) would not cause degradation of the area‑wide level-of-service in any mobility management area, and (2) would not cause the congestion limit to be exceeded in any mobility management area. The developer may rely on capacity provided by fully funded projects, including projects in the current capital investment program as defined in BCC 14.10.010(I), and capacity provided by street improvements under contract as part of other approved development proposals.

C. Development Denial. The proposal will not be approved under this chapter if it causes degradation not mitigated by (1) the existing street network, (2) fully funded projects, (3) street improvements under contract as part of other approved development proposals which are fully funded, or (4) developer mitigation approved in accordance with BCC 14.10.050.

D. Director’s Determination and Appeal Process.

1. The director shall issue a concurrency determination approving, approving with mitigation, or denying the development proposal in accordance with this chapter.

2. If mitigation is required, the director shall determine if the mitigation proposed by the developer meets the requirements of BCC 14.10.050 and shall include such mitigation in the concurrency determination.

3. The concurrency determination shall be issued in writing. Notice of the director’s decision and any mitigation required shall be published once in a newspaper of general circulation in the city, which may be consolidated with any other notice required by the Bellevue Land Use Code or Environmental Procedures Code.

4. Any party who has standing to appeal may appeal the director’s decision to the hearing examiner pursuant to the Process II appeal procedures, BCC (Land Use Code) 20.35.250. If notice of the concurrency determination was consolidated with notice of a decision on the underlying development proposal, the appeal of the concurrency determination shall be consolidated with any appeal of the underlying development proposal.

5. Any appeal of the director’s decision must be filed with the city clerk within the time period required in Process II, BCC (Land Use Code) 20.35.200 et seq.

E. Changes to Fully Funded Projects. If the list of fully funded projects is modified after the time the proposal vests under BCC 23.10.032, the applicant may elect to rely on the new capacity provided by the modified list of fully funded projects; provided, that such election must be made prior to issuance of a building permit.

F. Expiration of Approval. The director’s concurrency determination approving or approving with mitigation a development proposal shall expire one year from the date of the director’s final decision, except as otherwise provided in this subsection.

1. Expiration Date Extended for Building Permit or Establishment of Use. Except as set forth in subsection (F)(2) of this section, the expiration date of an approval for development proposals shall be extended when:

a. A complete building permit application is filed for the proposal before the end of the one-year term. In such cases, the expiration date of the approval shall be automatically extended for the time period during which the building permit application is pending prior to issuance; provided, that if the building permit application expires or is canceled, the approval shall also expire or be canceled. If a building permit is issued, the expiration date of the approval shall be automatically extended for the period of the building permit; provided, that if the building permit expires or is canceled, the approval shall also expire or be cancelled; or

b. For projects which do not require a building permit, the use allowed by the approval has been established prior to the expiration date of the approval and is not terminated by abandonment or otherwise.

2. Expiration Date Extended for Catalyst Projects. The expiration date of the approval for the phases of a master development plan for a catalyst project may be modified to extend the approval for any phase to up to five years from the date of issuance of the approval required under this chapter through a development agreement approved by the city council pursuant to Chapter 36.70B RCW. In no event may more than 1,000,000 square feet of commercial development be vested under this section at any one time. As used in this section, “catalyst project” and “master development plan” shall have the meanings assigned in the Bellevue Land Use Code. (Ord. 5883 §§ 10 – 12, 2009; Ord. 5081 § 5, 1998; Ord. 4978 § 30, 1997; Ord. 4823 § 4, 1995; Ord. 4606 § 2, 1993.)

14.10.050 Methods of providing transportation improvements.

A. Mitigation Methods. If mitigation is required to meet the area-average level-of-service standard or congestion allowance in any mobility management area, the applicant may choose to (1) reduce the size of the development until the standard is met, (2) delay the development schedule until the city and/or others provide needed improvements, or (3) provide the mitigation approved pursuant to this section.

B. Payment for and Timing of Improvements.

1. Construction improvements to intersections subject to the city’s direct operational control which are required of a developer under BCC 14.10.040 must be under construction within six months after issuance of a certificate of occupancy, final plat approval, or other such approval. The director shall require an assurance device to guarantee completion of such improvements in accordance with LUC 20.40.490.

2. The developer may provide funding in an amount equal to the director’s cost estimate for improvements required under BCC 14.10.040. The director may require actual construction rather than provision of funding. Payment for transportation improvements must occur by the time of building permit issuance, final plat approval, or other such approval.

3. All funds received by the city under subsection (B)(2) of this section shall be expended within six years of receipt. Any funds not expended within six years of receipt shall be refunded in full to the property owner of record at the time of refund, plus interest earned, less a reasonable administrative charge for processing.

4. The director may recommend to the city council approval of latecomer agreements as provided by state law or for other reimbursement from properties benefited by the improvements.

5. A proposal for construction of transportation improvements to intersections partially or wholly outside the city’s direct operational control, or payment for those improvements in an amount equal to the director’s cost estimate, which improvements are required of a developer to meet the requirement of BCC 14.10.040(B), must be submitted to the agencies which have control for approval. Should the agencies elect to postpone the proposed improvements, or refuse to accept the proposed mitigation, the director shall collect and hold the amount estimated for mitigation until the improvement is made or until six years have elapsed. Any funds not expended within six years of receipt shall be refunded in full to the property owner of record at the time of refund, plus interest earned, less a reasonable administrative charge for processing. An assurance device in accordance with LUC 20.40.490 may, with the agencies’ approval, substitute for the payment or construction.

C. Transportation Demand Management.

1. As a mitigation measure, the developer may propose and establish transportation demand management strategies to reduce single-occupancy vehicle trips generated by the project. The director will determine the corresponding trip volume reduction, which for purposes of determining compliance with this chapter shall not be greater than 30 percent. The director will have discretion to grant an exception to the 30 percent limit.

2. The director shall monitor and enforce the transportation demand management performance as directed under BCC 14.60.070 (Transportation Management Program) and through programs developed for the downtown in accordance with BCC 14.60.080 (Transportation Management Program – Downtown). The director will determine if a performance assurance device will be required.

D. Decision Criteria – Acceptable Mitigation. Acceptable mitigation requires a finding by the director that:

1. The mitigation is consistent with the comprehensive plan.

2. The mitigation contributes to system performance.

3. If the mitigation proposed involves an intersection, the intersection must be operating at a v/c ratio of 0.851 or greater, except in residential group #2, where intersections must be operating at a v/c ratio of 0.800 or greater.

4. Improvements to an intersection or roadway may not shift traffic to a residential area.

5. Improvements to an intersection or roadway may not shift traffic to other intersections for which there is no acceptable mitigation available.

6. Improvements to an intersection or roadway may not shift traffic to intersections within another jurisdiction which would violate that jurisdiction’s policies and regulations.

7. Improvements to an intersection or roadway may not shift traffic to another mobility management area when such a shift would violate that mobility management area’s objectives and standards.

8. The effect of the improvement may not result in a reduction or loss of another transportation objective, including but not limited to high occupancy vehicle lanes, sidewalks, or bicycle lanes.

9. The adverse environmental impacts of the facilities improvement can be reasonably alleviated.

10. The improvement will not violate accepted engineering standards and practices.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, the director has the authority, in the director’s sole discretion, to require correction of a documented safety-related deficiency. (Ord. 5883 §§ 13, 14, 2009; Ord. 5309 § 3, 2001; Ord. 5081 § 6, 1998; Ord. 4823 § 5, 1995; Ord. 4606 § 2, 1993.)

14.10.060 Mobility management area system intersections and map.

Area 1: North Bellevue

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

69

Bellevue Way NE

NE 24th Street

74

Bellevue Way NE

Northup Way NE

78

108th Ave. NE

Northup Way NE

93

Lake Washington Blvd.

NE 1st/NE 10th

Area 2: Bridle Trails

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

64

140th Ave. NE

NE 24th Street

79

148th Ave. NE

NE 40th Street

114

116th Ave. NE

Northup Way NE

116

115th Place NE

Northup Way NE

118

Northup Way

NE 24th Street

123(F)

140th Ave. NE

NE 40th Street

188

148th Ave. NE

NE 29th Place

189

NE 29th Place

NE 24th Street

Area 3: Downtown

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

3

100th Ave. NE

NE 8th Street

5

Bellevue Way NE

NE 12th Street

7

Bellevue Way NE

NE 8th Street

8

Bellevue Way NE

NE 4th Street

9

Bellevue Way

Main Street

20

108th Ave. NE

NE 12th Street

21

108th Ave. NE

NE 8th Street

22

108th Ave. NE

NE 4th Street

24

108th Ave.

Main Street

25

112th Ave. NE

NE 12th Street

26

112th Ave. NE

NE 8th Street

36

112th Ave.

Main Street

72

112th Ave. NE

NE 4th Street

Area 4: Wilburton

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

30

116th Ave. NE

NE 8th Street

73

116th Avenue

Main Street

131

116th Ave. SE

SE 1st Street

139

116th Ave. NE

NE 4th Street

233

120th Ave. NE

NE 8th Street

Area 5: Crossroads

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

58

Bel-Red Road

NE 20th Street

62

156th Ave. NE

Northup Way

63

156th Ave. NE

NE 8th Street

Area 6: North-East Bellevue

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

75

164th Ave. NE

NE 24th Street

76

164th Ave. NE

Northup Way

87

164th Ave. NE

NE 8th Street

111

Northup Way

NE 8th Street

Area 7: South Bellevue

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

14

112th Ave. SE

Bellevue Way SE

89

112th Ave. SE

SE 8th Street

102

118th Ave. SE

SE 8th Street

219

I-405 NB Ramps

SE 8th Street

226

I-405 SB Ramps

SE 8th Street

Area 8: Richards Valley

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

35

124th Ave. NE

NE 8th Street

43

140th Ave. SE

SE 8th Street

44

145th Place SE

Lake Hills Blvd.

45

145th Place SE

SE 16th Street

71

Lake Hills Connector

SE 7th Pl./SE 8th Street

82

Richards Road

Kamber Road

85

Richards Road

SE 32nd Street

134

Richards Road

Lake Hills Connector

280(F)

Sunset Connector

Kamber Road

Area 9: East Bellevue

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

41

140th Ave. NE

NE 8th Street

42

140th Ave.

Main Street

49

148th Ave. NE

NE 8th Street

50

148th Ave.

Main Street

51

148th Ave. SE

Lake Hills Blvd.

52

148th Ave. SE

SE 16th Street

55

148th Ave. SE

SE 24th Street

65

148th Ave. SE

SE 8th Street

83

156th Ave.

Main Street

Area 10: Eastgate

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

56

148th Ave. SE

SE 27th Street

86

156th Ave. SE

SE Eastgate Way

92

161st Ave. SE

SE Eastgate Way

101

150th Ave. SE

SE Eastgate Way

171

142nd Ave. SE

SE 36th Street

174

150th Ave. SE

SE 38th Street

227

150th Ave. SE

I-90 EB Off-Ramp/

SE 36

272(F)

Sunset Connector

SE Eastgate Way

Area 11: Newcastle

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

98

Coal Creek Parkway

Forest Drive

133

150th Ave. SE

SE Newport Way

228(F)

SR-901/Lakemont Blvd. Ex

SE Newport Way

229(F)

Lakemont Blvd.

Forest Drive

242(F)

164th Ave. SE

Lakemont Blvd/Lakemont Ex

257(F)

164th Ave. SE

SE Newport Way

Area 12: Bel-Red/Northup

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

29

116th Ave. NE

NE 12th Street

32

120th Ave. NE

NE 12th Street

34

124th Ave. NE

Bel-Red Road

37

130th Ave. NE

Bel-Red Road

39

140th Ave. NE

NE 20th Street

40

140th Ave. NE

Bel-Red Road

47

148th Ave. NE

NE 20th Street

48

148th Ave. NE

Bel-Red Road

59

Bel-Red Road

NE 24th Street

60

156th Ave. NE

Bel-Red Road

61

156th Ave. NE

NE 24th Street

68

130th Ave. NE

NE 20th Street

81

148th Ave. NE

NE 24th Street

88

124th Ave. NE

Northup Way NE

117

120th Ave. NE

NE 20th Street

Area 13: Factoria

Int. #

North-South Street

East-West Street

105

Richards Road

SE Eastgate Way

202

128th Ave. SE/

Newport Way

SE Newport Way

203

SE Newport Way

Coal Creek Parkway

204

128th Ave. SE

SE 36th Street

220

I-405 NB Ramps

Coal Creek Parkway

221

I-405 SB Ramps

Coal Creek Parkway

222

128th Ave. SE

SE 38th Place

284(F)

124th Ave. SE

Coal Creek Parkway

Area 14: Newport

No system intersections are currently identified in this mobility management area.

Notes:

See Figure 1 for map.

(F) designates future signal.

(Ord. 5883 § 15, 16, 2009; Ord. 5081 § 7, 1998; Ord. 4823 § 6, 1995; Ord. 4606 § 2, 1993.)