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South 25th Street Signal Project

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Project Background

In reviewing accident reports (crash data) provided by both WSDOT as well as the City of Tacoma from 2007 to 2011, it was determined that three project-related intersections were in need of improvement; South 25th Street, Yakima Avenue, and Tacoma Avenue South.  Due to this need, the City of Tacoma received two grants from the Federal Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP). $880,000 was awarded in 2008 and $251,097 was awarded in 2013.  

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Project Description

This project will construct one new traffic signal at South 25th Street and J Street. The new signal will include vehicle and pedestrian signals, detection, and ADA sidewalk ramps. The existing traffic signals on South 25th Street at the intersections of Yakima Avenue and Tacoma Avenue will be upgraded. The upgrades will include vehicle detection and electronic signal controllers with conflict safety monitors. Traffic signal interconnect will be installed on South 25th Street and on Yakima Avenue.

 

Budget


Source Amount
Planning and Design
$163,955
Construction
$1,019,999
Total Project Cost
$1,407,740

Schedule


Task Estimated Start Date  Estimated End Date
Planning and Design
November 2011 
March 2013
Advertise and Award
March 2013
June 2013 
Construction
August 2013 March 2014

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You can contact City Project Manager Said Seddiki (253) 591-5204, with questions, concerns or comments. You are also invited to contact Said to get email updates on public meetings, events and notices.