King County Roads visit to Four Creeks

King County Roads visits the FCUAC November 2018 meeting

King County Roads Strategic Plan (2014): The Strategic Plan includes a detailed discussion of the financial constraints faced by King County Road Services, their effect on our ability to maintain the road system, and the strategic priorities that guide our investment of Roads’ limited funds.

King County Roads 2016 Transportation Needs Report (2016): The TNR is a list of improvements to serve unincorporated King County’s transportation needs, projected to the year 2031. It is a component of the King County Comprehensive Plan.

Regional Transportation System Initiative (2017-2018): This partnership between the Sound Cities Association, King County cities, the Puget Sound Regional Council, the Washington State Department of Transportation, and King County identified the critical connecting roads that comprise the regional road network and their unmet maintenance, operations, and capital needs. The regionally significant roads include SE May Valley Rd, Issaquah-Hobart Rd SE, and SE 128th St. The final report and a large format regional road network map are at the link below.

Other King County Road Services Resources

  • 24/7 Road Helpline: Call us for help with road maintenance and traffic safety issues in unincorporated King County, such as downed stop signs, signals that are out, or trees over the roadway — 24 hours a day. 206-477-8100, 1-800-527-6237 (toll-free),
  • Snow and Ice Routes: Primary King County Snow Plowing and Sanding Routes, plus additional snow & ice information.
  • My Commute: Online map featuring real-time traffic cameras from King County and other agencies like the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and travel alerts from King County, WSDOT and several neighboring cities.
  • Road Alerts Emails and Twitter: Sign up for emails and text messages about unincorporated King County road construction projects, significant weather-related road closures and natural disasters.

Slides used by Roads at the November FCUAC meeting (PDF)

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