Now is the time to show up and speak up for short-term improvements to the Ballard Bridge!

Please join the Connect Ballard Team at the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) Neighborhood Greenway Open House on Monday, May 2. You’ll have the chance weigh-in on proposals to improve bridge safety for people biking and walking.

Caring neighbors — including business owner and Cascade Board Member Haley Keller — have been calling for improvements to the Ballard Bridge for a long time. Take a look at the video Haley made last year: 

Now is the time to fix this gap and ensure it is safe for all ages and abilities.

Ballard Neighborhood Greenway Open House

Monday, May 2, 2016
Open house 6–7:30 p.m., presentation at 6:30 p.m.

Pacific Crest Montessori School, 600 NW Bright St
This meeting is wheelchair accessible via the Bright Street entrance and is served by bus routes 40 and 28
Please RSVP 

Join us in asking for short-term improvements to the Ballard Bridge, such as:

  • Safe connections on and off of the bridge for people walking and biking 
  • Wide, ADA accessible sidewalks 
  • Taller railings to keep people from falling into the street
  • 25 MPH speed limit 
  • Protected Bike Lanes at south end

At this open house, you’ll also have an opportunity to weigh in on efforts to connect historic Ballard to the Burke-Gilman Trail and RapidRide improvements.