Lake Washington Loop Trail Project

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Page Updated: 5/18/2022

Project Description

This is Phase 3 of the Lake Washington Loop Trail Project, and will extend from the junction of Logan Avenue North and the Cedar River Trail (which is the south endpoint of previously constructed Phase 2) and will continue along Airport Way to the intersection of Rainier Avenue South and Airport Way.

Project elements include a 12-foot cycle track, streetscaping, adding pedestrian-scale illumination, traffic signal improvements, sidewalk replacements, new ADA pedestrian ramps, signage, and pavement markings.


The construction began on May 3, 2021. The contract time for this project is 98 working days.

The Cycle Track was opened in May 2022.

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