Bremerton Crosswalk Improvements

Current Project Status


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Project Overview

The City has received a $692,000 grant to construct pedestrian improvements at the following five locations:
  • Kitsap Way at Harlow Drive 
  • Kitsap Way and 11th Street
  • High Avenue and 11th Street
  • High Avenue and 6th Street
  • SR304 and 1st Street
The improvements will include American’s with Disabilities Act compliant sidewalk ramps and crosswalk buttons at each location, along with enhanced lighting, crosswalk markings and signage where needed. At Kitsap Way and Harlow Drive and at SR304 and 1st Street an enhanced pedestrian crossing signal called a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) will be installed. The City currently has an RRFB in operation at Lower Wheaton Way and Campbell Way. At High Avenue and 6th Street a pedestrian traffic signal called a Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (PHB) will be installed. The signal will control traffic like a standard traffic signal, allowing pedestrians a safe crossing.  

A video from WisDOT on how a PHB signal works




A video from OregonDOT on how a RRFB works