Tag: clearance

3.10 Freight

The City of Seattle Freight Master Plan (FMP) contains an updated city freight network in order to improve freight mobility and to direct future investments. The design standards and guidance in this ...Read More

3.2 Clearances

Clearances are the minimum distances between elements in, under and above the street right-of-way. Clearance requirements are a key factor in how space within the right-of-way and on private property ...Read More

3.1 Sidewalks

SDOT’s goal is to provide an interconnected pedestrian network consisting of sidewalks, curb ramps stairways and convenient street crossing opportunities that facilitate walking as a safe, attractiv...Read More

Bike Intersection Design

Design Guidance Conflicts between bicyclists and pedestrians and motorists can be reduced using geometric design and/or signal phasing. Geometric design: Conflict locations should be separated so trav...Read More

Bike Lanes and Transit Service

See Transit design section for more information on related design elements. Trolley Impacts Trolley overhead is designed by King County Metro to allow coaches to move a maximum of 10’ from the cente...Read More

Shared Lanes

Shared lanes may be marked with the addition of shared lane markings. Shared lanes are appropriate on arterials with a posted speed limit of 30 mph or less, collector streets, or minor arterials to fi...Read More

Protected Bike Lanes

Best Management Practice Description Protected bike lanes are exclusive bicycle facilities where bicyclists are separated from sidewalks and motor vehicle traffic by physical features intended to prev...Read More

Clearances and setbacks

The following setbacks and clearances shall be used for On-Site Stormwater Management BMPs in the public right-of-way. For more information on clearances, see the Design Standards Clearances section. ...Read More