North-South Corridors Study

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The City will see significant growth in Redmond and surrounding areas in the next 10-15 years, which means more people will be traveling along the City’s roads, trails, sidewalks, and other pathways. To help plan for this change, Redmond is conducting a study of its key north-south running transportation corridors.

What is a Transportation Corridor? A passage, pathway or linear link between places. It supports the movement of people, goods, and services via many different modes of travel – such as transit, driving alone or with others, walking, bicycling, or using a wheelchair.

The purpose of the North-South Corridors Study is to identify solutions that improve how these transportation corridors function for a variety of travelers going north and south throughout the City.

Ultimately, the City’s goal is to identify and prioritize a set of operational and capital improvements – or projects – to improve access, safety and mobility within these corridors. Some project solutions will be planned and implemented in the short-term, while others will take longer to design, fund, and construct.

Redmond’s 2030 Comprehensive Plan describes a transportation system that “offers people a variety of real choices for how we get between where we live, work, shop, and play”. The North-South Corridors Study will help to realize this vision.

Please take this 5-10 minute questionnaire to help inform the study.

The City will see significant growth in Redmond and surrounding areas in the next 10-15 years, which means more people will be traveling along the City’s roads, trails, sidewalks, and other pathways. To help plan for this change, Redmond is conducting a study of its key north-south running transportation corridors.

What is a Transportation Corridor? A passage, pathway or linear link between places. It supports the movement of people, goods, and services via many different modes of travel – such as transit, driving alone or with others, walking, bicycling, or using a wheelchair.

The purpose of the North-South Corridors Study is to identify solutions that improve how these transportation corridors function for a variety of travelers going north and south throughout the City.

Ultimately, the City’s goal is to identify and prioritize a set of operational and capital improvements – or projects – to improve access, safety and mobility within these corridors. Some project solutions will be planned and implemented in the short-term, while others will take longer to design, fund, and construct.

Redmond’s 2030 Comprehensive Plan describes a transportation system that “offers people a variety of real choices for how we get between where we live, work, shop, and play”. The North-South Corridors Study will help to realize this vision.

Please take this 5-10 minute questionnaire to help inform the study.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    If you travel along Redmond’s north-south transportation corridors, then your feedback matters to the future of transportation and mobility in Redmond.

    Please take this brief questionnaire. Your feedback will help us better understand what’s important to you about Redmond’s north-south corridors.


    If you travel along Redmond’s north-south transportation corridors, then your feedback matters to the future of transportation and mobility in Redmond.

    Please take this brief questionnaire. Your feedback will help us better understand what’s important to you about Redmond’s north-south corridors.


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