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SR 509 - S Normandy Road Vic to 174th Intersection - Paving & ADA Compliance - project photos

This large photo showing cracking pavement on SR 509 in the Normandy Park area. SR 509 between S. Normandy Road and S. 174th Street will be repaved during the summer of 2015 to extend the life of the highway

Severe cracks are evident on SR 509 (1st Avenue South) in the Normandy Park area. Contractor crews will remove the top two inches of pavement and then replace it with new asphalt and fresh striping. The photo above is looking north on SR 509. 

 This large photo shows the circle that appears in pavement where a traffic loop is located on SR 509 in the Normandy Park area. Traffic loops gather traffic data and alert traffic signals to change. This photo also shows the cracking that is occurring on SR 509. The highway will be repaved between S. Normandy Road and S. 174th Street to extend its life. Traffic loops will also be replaced.

The circle you see above is where a traffic detection device is located. The detection devices send signals to the traffic lights at the intersection to trigger signal changes.  This photo also shows the severe cracking that has occurred on SR 509. The pavement will be replaced along with the traffic detection devices.
 


This large photo shows and existing pedestrian ramp on SR 509. The ramps will be rebuilt to 2014 ADA standards as part of the project to repave SR 509 between S. Normandy Road and S. 174th Street in the Normandy Park area.
Thirteen pedestrian ramps, such as this one, will be upgraded to current ADA standards to provide a safer transition to cross the highway. The upgraded ramps will feature brighter colors, more traction and crosswalk signal buttons that are easier to reach.