SDOT crews working on the Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link Final Environmental Impact Statement will be installing cameras at selected driveways in Ballard next week to document the number of vehicles crossing potential trail routes that are being considered.
Cameras will typically remain in place for one week before being shifted to a new location.
This camera placement is part of SDOT’s effort to document the existing conditions along the potential routes for the Missing Link.
The Final EIS, which is set to include a recommended route for the Missing Link, will be published in 2017.
Further information about the driveway camera study is available online.
Locals can email questions in relation to the Missing Link EIS to BGT_MissingLink_Info@seattle.gov.