The City of SeaTac is seeking public feedback on its proposed International Boulevard Pedestrian Safety Study and Local Road Safety Plan.

Please fill out our quick survey regarding pedestrian safety issues along International Boulevard.

Here’s more info from the city:

Project Overview
Phase 1: This project will study and recommend pedestrian safety improvement projects along the International Boulevard corridor, from South 152nd Street to South 216th Street.

Phase 2: The project will also prepare a citywide Local Road Safety Plan that will propose strategies and measures to improve safety for all modes of transportation.

At least one safety project in the recommended plans will be designed through construction ready documents.


    • Phase 1: August 2020 through June 2021
    • Phase 2: April 2021 through December 2021

Phase 1 Timeline through March 2021:

More Information
To find out more about this project and how to get involved, please contact Public Works Programs Coordinator, Mason Giem at 206.973.4763 or [email protected].

Nearby Related Projects
The International Boulevard Pedestrian Crossing safety project is one of multiple projects the City is doing adjacent to the airport and light rail station over the next few years. These projects are continuations of the visioning and urban design framework project the City undertook last year. In addition to the International Boulevard Pedestrian Crossing Safety project they include:

    • SeaTac/Airport Station Area Pedestrian Improvement Project: Which is focused on designing and constructing sidewalk and road improvements near the light rail station along part of S 176th St, 32nd Ave S and S 180th St.
    • SeaTac Housing Action Plan: Which will create a plan that identifies how the City can support strategies to increase the supply and type of housing for all income levels throughout the City and specifically near light rail stations.
    • Phase 2 Sub-Area Plan for Airport Business District/Station Area: Once funding has been identified, the City will begin Phase 2 of the vision/urban design framework project which will complete a long-term growth and development plan for the airport business district and station area.