Proposed Changes Feedback

As part of the Northgate Link Project, the Roosevelt Station will open and begin operation September 2021. Before the station opens, SDOT needs to update the parking regulations for the surrounding area to ensure people who live, work, and visit nearby have access to the neighborhood and future station.  
 
SDOT has conducted a study on streets within ½ mile around the station and is proposing updates to some on street parking in the area. These changes will help discourage all-day commuter parking around the station while ensuring people can still access the station and neighborhood. SDOT will continue to monitor activity and propose additional curb regulation updates as needed.  
 
Thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback on proposed curbside regulations in the Roosevelt neighborhood to support residents and businesses. This survey will remain open until May 15, 2021.
 
There will also be an online public meeting to review the proposed RPZ expansion where you can provide verbal comments held on April 29th, 2021 from 6pm - 7:30pm. You may register to attend by clicking here.
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Proposed Parking Changes for Roosevelt Link Light Rail Station Area

Proposed Parking Changes for Roosevelt Link Light Rail Station Area

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* 1. Do you live, work, or visit the Roosevelt Area? If so, what best describes you?

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