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Posted on: December 23, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Transportation Master Plan Update Adopted

At their December 21 meeting, the Mountlake Terrace City Council adopted the 2020 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Update.

The 2020 TMP Update addresses the city’s current transportation infrastructure, defines the vision for the impending transportation system needed to accommodate future travel demand, and creates a transportation network within Mountlake Terrace capable of improved, safe, and efficient mobility throughout the city. 

The Plan includes both short-range and long-range strategies and policies that will lead to the development of an integrated multimodal transportation system to facilitate the safe and efficient movement of people and goods, while addressing current and future transportation demand and land use. It also identifies existing conditions for the various modes of transportation, as well as proposes safety and mobility improvements for each mode. 

Additionally, transportation infrastructure improvement projects are identified, including roadway (intersection and corridor), transit, and non-motorized improvements. Finally, the 2020 TMP Update also addresses environmental considerations, maintenance and operation needs and funding mechanisms.   

The public was provided the opportunity to review and comment on the TMP Update through an online survey from February through July of 2020.  An online Open House was also held for public feedback from late September to mid-October.  A total of 178 people completed the online survey and 59 participants took part in the online Open House. The city appreciates everyone who took time to participate.

To review the TMP Update, visit www.cityofmlt.com/1977. For more information, please contact Traffic Engineer Marc Seferian at (425) 744-6265 or mseferian@mltwa.gov

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