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Mobility ramp before, during, and after replacement.

King County Road Services seeks to make sidewalks, curb ramps and street crossings in unincorporated King County accessible for all users. The County recently identified and inventoried existing pedestrian facilities on unincorporated King County roads that may not fully meet accessibility standards. This inventory is being used to develop a King County Roads Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan.

The Transition Plan will identify and plan improvements to pedestrian facilities managed by King County Roads Services. Streets within city limits, highways, and trails are outside of the scope of the Roads ADA Transition Plan. The map below shows the unincorporated King County road system.

Complex map showing the location of unincorporated areas of King County and unincorporated area roads managed by King County Road Services. Unincorporated King County roads are concentrated in the White Center-North Highline and Skyway-West Hill areas south of Seattle, the Fairwood area east of Renton, areas between the between Federal Way and Auburn city limits, and throughout the rural area on the eastern half of the county.
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An important part of this plan is hearing from the community to learn more about community priorities as well as existing physical barriers to access. Our ADA Transition Plan survey is now closed. The survey results will be used to inform the completion of the ADA Transition Plan.

If you need help with road maintenance and traffic safety issues in unincorporated King County, such as downed stop signs, signals that are out, or specific ADA requests — call our 24/7 Road Helpline at 1-800-527-6237 (1-800-KC-ROADS), 24 hours a day.

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If you have additional questions, please contact John Vander Sluis, King County Road Services Division, at 206-263-0621 or email jvandersluis@kingcounty.gov.

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If you have additional questions, please contact John Vander Sluis, King County Road Services Division, at 206-263-0621 or email jvandersluis@kingcounty.gov.