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Silverdale Transit Center 

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Join us at a public meeting to learn about and provide input on the design of the Silverdale Transit Center that will be located at the southeast corner of Ridgetop Blvd NW and SR303/NW Waaga Way.​

Kitsap Transit is constructing a new transit center in Silverdale, a designated Regional Growth Center. The Silverdale Transit Center will include up to eight bus bays, shelters, vehicle parking, stormwater management facilities, ADA accessible site improvements, sidewalks, bike lanes, bike storage and a bus driver comfort station. The transit center is part of a larger development including hospital expansion, stormwater and corridor improvements funded with federal, state, county and private dollars.

Location of Future Silverdale Transit Center

Silverdale Transit Center Future Location off Ridgetop

Overview

Kitsap Transit currently operates a transfer center on a dead-end spur in front of the Trails at Silverdale shopping center under an agreement with the Washington State Department of Transportation. The location does not meet the needs of transit riders, including potential safety risks for pedestrian access and accessibility to housing and services. The current facility was built as a temporary solution in 2001. Prior to that, Kitsap Transit had a transfer center for 25 years at the Kitsap Mall.

The future Silverdale Transit Center (STC), located across from the regional Harrison Medical Center and near housing developments, improves reliability and accessibility for transit riders and enhances access and mobility within the regional growth center by connecting people to opportunities. The project also provides for a signalized intersection and crosswalk, reducing safety risks for pedestrians and motorists.

The future STC will incorporate a highway access ramp to SR 303/NW Waaga Way and a canopy structure to protect riders from rain.

Kitsap Transit plans to finalize the bid specifications in 2020, advertise and award a construction contract in 2021 and complete the project in 2022, assuming no changes in anticipated funding sources.

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Wheaton Way Transit Center

Grand Opening

WHEN: 10 AM, Monday, November 25, 2019

WHERE: 3915 Wheaton Way, Bremerton

Start of Service

The transit center opens for bus service on Monday, December 2, and features nine bus bays (see diagram below) and a 162-stall Park & Ride. Click on any of the following bus routes serving this new transit center for more information:

Wheaton Way Transit Center Map

East Bremerton Transit Center Closing Dec 2​​

The site also features electric-vehicle charging stations, stormwater management facilities, ADA accessible site improvements, sidewalks, bike storage and bus-driver comfort station. The transit center, built on vacant land, is located next to new housing developments and will replace an existing transfer center site that Kitsap Transit leases at SR 303 and Sylvan Way. That transfer center is in the parking lot of a shopping center and does not meet the needs of transit riders, including potential safety risks for pedestrians and motorists navigating around buses.

Wheatonway Transit Center Rendering

Wheaton Way Transit Center Construction​​

Wheaton Way Transit Center Construction  ​​

Wheaton Way Transit Center Construction​​

Wheaton Way Transit Center Construction at night​​


Questions?
Contact us: planning@KitsapTransit.com
www.kitsaptransit.com

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