1.3 Relationship to Other Standards and Guidelines
Streets Illustrated is one of many resources for a project applicant proposing to do work in the street right-of-way. Information in Streets Illustrated is:
- Consistent with citywide regulatory documents such as Seattle Municipal Code and the Seattle Fire Code
- Consistent with City of Seattle Standard Plans and Specifications (to meet minimum requirements) with supplementary guidance to encourage improvements that exceed minimum standards where space and functional conditions allow.
- Consistent with applicable federal, state, regional, and local regulatory requirements.
- Consistent with related citywide plans, such as the Seattle 2035 Plan, Vision Zero, the Pedestrian Master Plan, the Bicycle Master Plan, the Transit Master Plan, the Freight Master Plan, and the Stormwater Management Plan.
While Streets Illustrated strives to be inclusive, it is the responsibility of the project to insure compliance with all city, state, and federal requirements such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).