How to get involved: The City is seeking your help to identify what the new improvements should be. We will work with the community to analyze design alternatives and determine the location and appearance of potential design elements such as:

  • Sidewalks on one side of the roadway
  • Crosswalk locations
  • Bike lane placement, if possible
  • Turn lane placement, when needed
  • Street lighting
  • Landscaping
  • Irrigation and storm and water quality treatments


We look forward to hearing what’s important to you!

Questions & Comments:
If you have questions or comments, please contact:
Paul Krawczyk, Project Manager
425-452-7905
pkrawczyk@bellevuewa.gov


Or go to the City of Bellevue's Open House Page

Project Background: In 2014, a citizens’ group calling itself the Newport Way Sidewalk Committee attended several City Council meetings with the stated objective of having the City construct a sidewalk on one side of Newport Way to connect schools, library, churches and community center. In response to their request, a new project was created to provide roadway improvements to Newport Way between 150th Avenue SE and Somerset Boulevard.

  Join us!
  WHEN: Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 5 - 7 PM
  WHERE: South Bellevue Community Center
                 Community Meeting Room
                 14509 SE Newport Way
                 Bellevue, WA 98006

Existing Roadway Condition: Along most of Newport Way between 150th Avenue and Somerset Boulevard there are currently no pedestrian or bicycle facilities. People walking and biking are forced to navigate narrow shoulders. Additionally, there are no crosswalks in this area, making it difficult to cross safely to popular neighborhood and regional destinations: churches, community center, libraries, parks and schools.

The City of Bellevue invites you to an open house about upcoming improvements on SE Newport Way between Somerset Boulevard SE and 150th Avenue SE. Come learn about the possibilities and give your feedback.

and bicyclists to access the Newport Way Library.

Narrow shoulders on SE Newport Way make it difficult for pedestrians

  SE Newport Way Project Open House