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SR 509 - S Normandy Road Vic to 174th Intersection - Paving & ADA Compliance - Complete October 2015

Project Status - Complete
This small map shows the location of the paving work on SR 509 near Normandy Park and Burien.

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This small photo shows cracking pavement on SR 509 in the Normandy Park area. SR 509 will be repaved between S. Normandy Road and S. 174th Street to extend and preserve the highway.

The old asphalt was cracked and deteriorating.

This small photo shows an existing pedestrian ramp on SR 509. The ramp will be rebuilt and brought up 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.

Several pedestrian ramps were upgraded to meet current ADA standards.

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In summer 2015, contractor crews working for WSDOT repaved SR 509, also known as 1st Avenue South. The old pavement had deep cracks, chips, wheel ruts, and potholes.

Once the new pavement was in place, crews replaced traffic detection equipment and placed new high visibility striping.

In addition to new pavement, contractor crews upgraded 13 pedestrian ramps to meet current ADA standards.

How You Benefit
Cross GlyphImproves Safety
The new pavement protects the highway's structural integrity and provides a smoother driving surface.

Upgraded pedestrian ramps provide a safer transition to cross the road.
Dollar Sign Glyph Economic Incentive
New pavement reduces the need for costly emergency maintenance work such as filling potholes and repairing cracks.

Partnerships & Cooperation
This project coordinated with the city of Normandy Park's road and sidewalk work to minimize impacts to drivers.


Financial Data for PIN 150916A, 150916B
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $2,416
CWA $0
Total $2,416

Contact Us
WSDOT communications
15700 Dayton Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98133

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