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Puyallup Avenue Corridor Improvements

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Public Outreach

Outreach for this project started in 2016 with stakeholder focus groups, community surveys, public meetings, and a day-long charette. City staff have provided updates and gathered input from City Commissions & Advisory Groups – including the Transportation Commission, Bicycle Pedestrian Technical Advisory Group (BPTAG), and Transit-Oriented Design Advisory Group (TODAG). 

 

Project Description

This project will enhance the multimodal transportation experience for pedestrians, cyclists, drivers, transit riders, and freight operators along Puyallup Avenue, from South C Street to Portland Avenue, including the Portland Avenue intersection (1.2 mile length). The project scope includes reconstruction of the roadway and installation of complete street elements including bike lanes, sidewalks, curb ramps, bulbouts, crosswalks, signals, lighting, landscaping, bus stops, parking, upgraded utilities, and a shared HOV/transit lane.

 

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The recommendations and analysis within the planned design are characterized within three districts along the length of the Puyallup Avenue corridor. 

  • Neighborhood District: The length of the Puyallup Avenue corridor spanning from C Street to D Street, contains a mix of street-fronting retail and commercial spaces. The area from C Street to the I-705 overpass is part of the City’s Brewery District.
  • Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) District: The length of the Puyallup Avenue corridor spanning from D to G Streets encompasses the area of the Olympus Summit School and the Tacoma Dome Station.
  • Industrial District: The length of the Puyallup Avenue corridor from G to Portland Avenue, including the Portland Avenue intersection, contains active industrial uses. The east end if Puyallup Avenue connects to Highway 509 and I-5.

The scope of the project may be expanded to tie into the Tacoma to Puyallup (T2P) trail system currently underway. More information regarding the regional T2P project can be found on the WADOT website.

Tacoma to Puyallup Regional Trail | WSDOT (wa.gov)

 

Project Schedule

The project is currently in the design phase. An estimated construction start date has not been set yet and additional funding needed for construction has not yet been secured.

 

Project Funding

The table below summarizes the current funding sources for the project.

 

Source

Amount

Federal Total

$2,162,500

State Legislative Funds (Move Ahead WA)                                                    

$9,000,000

Street Initiative – 1085

$337,500

 

Project Related Documents

Questions and Comments

You can contact City of Tacoma Project Manager, Charla Kinlow at (253) 208-4223 or by email with questions, concerns, or comments.