Connectivity
Connectivity
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Percentages of the Downtown urban center and Overlake Village, by developed square footage, that achieve connectivity levels of “medium” or higher.

Connectivity improved in Downtown and remained stable in Overlake Village. Connectivity in Overlake is anticipated to improve as redevelopment projects such as Esterra Park are constructed. Improvements in Downtown were the result of completing connectivity projects from the Transportation Facilities Plan. The 2013 baseline connectivity figures were revised because of a change in measurement methodology.

Connectivity in Redmond varies widely by neighborhood. In the Downtown urban center, where blocks are short and there are many through streets, connectivity is high. Connectivity is lower in the residential neighborhoods, which were originally designed to limit through traffic and subsequently have fewer connecting streets and paths.

Targets are based on the connectivity outcomes of projects in the Transportation Master Plan’s Transportation Facilities Plan (TFP) and the long-term Buildout Plan. The 2030 target includes projects and programs named in the TFP, as well as planned private connections identified in development agreements. 
 

Source: Planning Department

Updated March 2015

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