The City of Sequim hosts a public workshop at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, June 23, in the council chambers of the Civic Center, 152 W. Cedar St., to receive input from the public on pedestrian and vehicle operational issues and to hear concerns experienced first-hand by users at the signalized intersections of Sequim, Third, Fifth, and Seventh avenues on West Washington Street.
In May, the Sequim Public Works Department conducted a study with low resolution cameras mounted on signal poles along West Washington Street to collect traffic data.
Information from that study will be presented at the meeting. The data includes vehicle and pedestrian counts, type and turning movement volumes, and vehicle and pedestrian operational issues.
Traffic engineers and city staff will conduct the meeting to gather public input before any solutions or recommendations that aim to reduce congestion and improve vehicle and pedestrian flow on West Washington Street are finalized.
Call the City of Sequim Public Works Department at 683-4908 for more information.