Links to View HPAC’s Past Meetings and Next Meeting

View HPAC’s past meetings: June 24, 2020Community discussion on SDOT Mitigation Projects Process: a discussion about West Seattle Bridge detour traffic through our neighborhoods, identifying additional concerns and ideas, and reviewing ideas HPAC has presented for mitigation projects. Two members of the West Seattle Bridge Task Force who represent our area also attended.Meeting Recording: https://youtu.be/fuyhdRDjCDEContinue reading “Links to View HPAC’s Past Meetings and Next Meeting”

Let’s Talk About Upcoming SDOT Mitigation Projects Process for our Neighborhood!

HPAC Community Listening Session – Join Us This Week! Join us this Wednesday, June 24, 7-8pm for a community listening session around the increasing West Seattle Bridge detour traffic through our neighborhoods and ideas we have for mitigation projects. We will also share what we know about the upcoming Project Prioritization Process. We will haveContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Upcoming SDOT Mitigation Projects Process for our Neighborhood!”

Wednesday at HPAC: SDOT Open House & Presentation on Highland Park Way Traffic Safety Improvement Project

HPAC Monthly [Virtual] MeetingMay 27, 20207:00 PM – 8:00 PM HPAC meetings for the next few months will be virtual only – in order to comply with the #StayHomeStayHealthy order in place in King County. When available, meetings will be recorded and uploaded to the our website: https://www.hpacws.orgVirtual meetings are limited to 100 participants. May Agenda:7:00: Welcome andContinue reading “Wednesday at HPAC: SDOT Open House & Presentation on Highland Park Way Traffic Safety Improvement Project”

Let’s Talk Navigating Our Own Neighborhoods

HPAC Subcommittee Forming – Join Us This Week In order to prepare for further discussions, requests, and mitigation plans about the impact of the detour through Highland Park, Riverview and South Delridge during the closure of the West Seattle Bridge, HPAC is hosting a working subcommittee, WSB Detour Subcommittee. We are looking for neighbors toContinue reading “Let’s Talk Navigating Our Own Neighborhoods”

Response from SDOT from HPAC’s Request for Traffic Mitigation Plan

HPAC received this follow up response on the questions posed during our 4/22/2020 meeting and our follow up letter sent on 5/4/2020 from SDOT. We have received several other areas of concerns and needs from neighbors and HPAC will be sending a follow up letter with those additional requests. If you have additional requests/areas ofContinue reading “Response from SDOT from HPAC’s Request for Traffic Mitigation Plan”

HPAC Request to Mayor Durkan, Seattle City Council and SDOT Director Sam Zimbabwe: A comprehensive and detailed traffic mitigation and enhanced transit plan for Highland Park, Riverview and South Delridge during the West Seattle Bridge closure

May 4, 2020 To:       Mayor Jenny Durkan Councilmembers: Herbold, Pedersen, Gonzalez, Morales, Sawant, Juarez, Strauss, Lewis, and Mosqueda CC: Sam Zimbabwe On behalf of the residents of the Highland Park, South Delridge and Riverview neighborhoods, HPAC is requesting a timely, comprehensive and detailed traffic mitigation and enhanced transit plan with a commitment to reactContinue reading “HPAC Request to Mayor Durkan, Seattle City Council and SDOT Director Sam Zimbabwe: A comprehensive and detailed traffic mitigation and enhanced transit plan for Highland Park, Riverview and South Delridge during the West Seattle Bridge closure”

Video of Ask SDOT about the West Seattle Bridge at HPAC on Weds. April, 22, 2020

Here is the link to view last night’s HPAC meeting with SDOT. We missed the first few minutes of the presentation in the recording. Much of the Q&A was focused on the concerns about the impact of the detour through South Delridge, Riverview, and Highland Park. We are also expecting to receive response from questionsContinue reading “Video of Ask SDOT about the West Seattle Bridge at HPAC on Weds. April, 22, 2020”

Ask SDOT what’s up with the West Seattle Bridge and 100,000 cars expected to go through our neighborhoods? Join HPAC’s April 22nd Virtual Meeting

HPAC April Virtual MeetingApril 22, 20207:00 PM – 8:00 PM HPAC meetings for the next few months will be virtual only – in order to comply with the #StayHomeStayHealthy order in place in King County. When available, meetings will be recorded and uploaded to the our website: https://www.hpacws.org HPAC Virtual meetings are limited to 100Continue reading “Ask SDOT what’s up with the West Seattle Bridge and 100,000 cars expected to go through our neighborhoods? Join HPAC’s April 22nd Virtual Meeting”

Highland Park Way and SW Holden Temporary Traffic Light Being Installed

As soon as HPAC leadership learned that the West Seattle Bridge would be closing, we reached out to our contacts at SDOT, Jim Curtain, James Le, and Adonis Ducksworth as well as Councilmember Lisa Herbold requesting traffic mitigation for our area, specifically temporary traffic lights. We asked how SDOT was going to shore up safetyContinue reading “Highland Park Way and SW Holden Temporary Traffic Light Being Installed”

HPAC March Meeting Canceled

Unfortunately, HPAC’s March meeting, which was to be an open house with SDOT on the proposed solutions for the Highland Park Way and SW Holden Intersection, is canceled. As with most public events and meetings, HPAC is following the guidance of Public Health, City and State officials, which is postpone, reschedule or cancel. There mayContinue reading “HPAC March Meeting Canceled”