City of Seattle photo 2022 Outer Loop
From Seattle’s Vision Zero & the Levy to Move Seattle:
“The Green Lake outer Loop project will be open this Friday, November 4, 2022. As soon as early Friday morning people can start using the new bike path! 
Green Lake Outer Loop is open! We are opening the new bike facility with temporary safety and separation measures to our standards for the community to start enjoying. New temporary orange barrels will be placed along W Green Lake Way N and W Green Lake Dr N separating the bike lane from the vehicle lane until we replace the barrels with permanent concrete curbs as soon as next week. Expect to see some of this additional work on the bike lane soon and keep a lookout for intermittent reroutes during the day while our crews finish the installation.

Thank you! Thank you for the community’s vision and engagement in making this project happen. Because of your feedback, we now have a complete Outer Loop around Green Lake that provides more travel options for people walking, running, biking, and better connections to surrounding neighborhoods.
Levy to Move Seattle and Vision Zero Program Funding for the Green Lake Outer Loop project comes from the Levy to Move Seattle and our Vision Zero Program, which prioritized this project due to its safety benefits and potential to address recent collisions that have occurred in this area. As we continue to re-envision Aurora Ave N, the completion of the Green Lake Outer Loop project is an exciting achievement of transforming street area into a people-focused space that connects neighborhoods and provides more transportation options for the community.
We want to keep you up to date Check out our project webpage for continued updates and to sign up to join community engagement opportunities:
“To stay informed, sign up for our listserv. Feel free to share this information widely with your neighbors and encourage them to sign up for the listserv. Thank you, Jules Posadas”
Green Lake Outer Loop
(206) 900-8760