WSDOT to present Sedgwick Road intersection proposal

PORT ORCHARD — The Washington State Department of Transportation has scheduled an open house for community members to learn about a proposal to reduce the potential for crashes and improve traffic flow through the intersection of SE Sedgwick Road and Long Lake Road.

As a result of comments from local stakeholders and residents about the intersection, WSDOT says it has narrowed the preferred alternative proposal to a roundabout at the intersection. SE Sedgwick Road also is designated State Route 160.

Attendees at the open house will have an opportunity to see the roundabout concept and discuss the next steps with the WSDOT project team.

The open house is scheduled for 4-6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 11, at Long Lake Community Center, 5100 Long Lake Road SE in Port Orchard.

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