It’s a sign! Access Seattle is working!

One of many similar signs  now along both sides of 10th Avenue, between E Pike and E Union streets

One of many similar signs now along both sides of 10th Avenue, between E Pike and E Union streets

Access Seattle wants to help navigate you through the City’s construction boom. Coordination is critical, assessing all public and private projects in identified hubs and meeting with contractors to reduce cumulative impacts. Above is a sign (pun intended) that the effort is working–liasing with contractor Mill Creek Residential to produce and pay for signs guiding construction workers to park elsewhere (signs placed along both sides of 10th Avenue between E Pike and E Union streets).

The team meets regularly with contractors to negotiate solutions to problems community members raise–like construction vehicles taking up street parking.

It’s just a sampling of the ongoing work, which includes other signs along 10th Avenue paid for by contractor Exxel Pacific:

One of several similar signs along the west side of 10th Avenue between E Union and E Seneca streets.

One of several similar signs along the west side of 10th Avenue between E Union and E Seneca streets.

Proof that coordination, communication and collaboration work!